Creating movement is an important factor when choosing a haircut with fine or very thin hair. For anyone looking for something short, feathery, choppy bangs will create a lightweight, airy look with only minimal styling and maintenance required.
Low-key bangs like these can be worn with pretty much any hairstyle from undercuts and tapered styles to slightly longer, more textured looks. How often they require a trim depends on the cut you have and how fast your hair grows, but as a general rule you should get it done every 4-6 weeks.
1/ Natural look
Rough dry your hair to create a natural, undone texture, then use a small amount of matte putty to keep the bangs in place. You won't need much putty at all, so start small and add a little more if you need it - just be careful not to overdo it because it's easy to over-apply with fine strands!
2/ Tousled texture
For a more textured look, warm some grooming clay in your hands then scrunch it through your hair, starting at the back and working toward the front. By the time you get to your hairline, you should only have a tiny amount of gum on your fingers, at which point you need to gently rake your bangs into position.
3/ High-shine definition
While ultra-slick hairstyles aren't great for fine hair, a small amount of regular strength gel will add shine and keep your locks totally under control all day long. Again, only use the bare minimum to avoid overloading your hair.