#11: Micro Flick
Subtle hairstyles are great for the office and for casual events. Use your fingers to pull your hair upwards into a small subtle flick. Use your fingers to lightly tousle the rest of your hair.
To give thin hair more volume, brush it from the roots. Comb over and round to each side to help your hair to look thick and full.
#13: Subtle Fohawk
If you don’t want to or cannot go with a full mohawk for whatever reason, then style your hair into a subtle fohawk instead. Run your finger simultaneously inwards from either side of your head to create this look.
#14: The Military Buzzcut
Long military buzzcut is a great choice for thin hair. A buzzcut is much softer than a severe buzzcut.
Give your hair upwards volume by rolling it over from the roots. Create this effect by using a barrel brush whilst you are drying it.
#16: Widows Peak
If you have a natural widow’s peak, your hairstyle can look really sharp. Embrace this unusual genetic trace rather than trying to hide it.
#17: Full Fringe
A style with a full fringe can help to give you a brooding and mysterious look. Comb your hair forwards and down over your forehead to create a thick, full look.
#18: Thick Buzzcut with Beard
A thick buzzcut looks really stylish when teamed up with a light beard. Grow a more developed beard for an even more rugged look.
#19: Swept Peak
The hair at the sides and the back of your head should be carefully combed flat against your head. Comb the hair in the center of your head so that it rolls up and over.
#20: Max spikes
Style your hair into extreme spikes to help to give the appearance of more volume. The thinner that your hair is, the less styling gel that is actually required to keep it set into upright spikes.