I just want to know which haircut will suit waist long and very thin hair. I am also facing hair loss. – Deepa
This may hurt, but please trust me. Cut it off. Cut it off right now. Waist length hair can be lovely with the right hair type. Very thin hair is not that hair type.
When I was a little girl, it seemed like every character, every doll, every idealized vision of femininity had waist long, glorious hair. I hated my short fine hair, and I was determined to grow it out. After a year of determined haircut avoidance, my sister cut off my ponytail when I was sleeping. I was inconsolable. At 6 years old, I felt like there was no hope for me to ever be like the princesses I admired. I would never be beautiful, valued, or loved; and it was all because I had “boy” hair. I’ve heard incredibly similar stories from many other women. I guess scissors and elder siblings go together like pizza and drunk people.
We were subtly taught to believe that our worth can be partially measured in hair length. It’s no wonder that, even as adults, we sometimes freak out at the idea of cutting our hair. Don’t let that externally imposed insecurity rule you! You do not need long hair to be feminine, valued, or beautiful.
If you would like to make your hair look thicker, long hair is not the way to go. Without enough of it, it lies shapeless, and it usually looks damaged. Cutting your hair to shoulder length or shorter will make it look fuller and healthier. This, in turn, will make you look healthier. Try out a Nioxin kit specified for your hair type. For some people, Nioxin products can make thinning hair look much thicker.
Your hair should be a source of empowerment, not one of insecurity. Cut that nonsense off, embrace this opportunity, and find out how hot you feel with shorter hair!