10 Hairstyles to Conceal Hair Loss and Boost Volume

Side-Swept Bangs

Kirsten Dunst sports medium-short blonde hair with side-swept bangs to conceal thinning. Stylist Jerome Lordet advises pulling bangs into a loose ponytail, drying with a round brush for volume, and sweeping to the side.


Yara Shahidi uses a headband to hide hairline thinning, placed 1/4 inch from the hairline. Secure with teasing and Unite Boosta Finishing Hairspray for hold and shine.

Hairline Powder

Use hairline powder or scalp foundation to cover thinning baby hairs at the temples. Simply style your hair as usual, then brush a bit of the powder or foundation on either side to conceal sparse areas.

Top Knot

Rita Ora opts for a top knot, ideal for curly hair to mask hair loss in the crown. Style with gel, gather into a knot, leaving out ends for fuller appearance.

Flipped Over Side Part

Emma Stone avoids a center part to disguise thinning at the crown. Start with volumizing spray, flip hair upside down while blow-drying, then style with a deep side part for added body.

Caesar Cut

Zoe Kravitz rocks a Caesar cut to cover receding areas. Use mousse or gel like Ouai Matte Pomade to mold hair for a slicked-back look.

Blunt Bob

Hailey Bieber's blunt bob adds fullness to thinning hair. Start with volumizing mousse, air-dry for natural waves, enhancing texture with a spray.


Teyonah Parris uses twist-outs for natural curls to create volume. Apply curling pomade, twist, and separate curls for desired style.

Face-Framing Layers

Sandra Oh's soft wavy hair with face-framing layers disguises sparse areas. Use Pattern Leave-In Conditioner for volume and shine.

Back-Combed Ponytail

Jessica Chastain's back-combed ponytail hides crown hair loss. Style with curl tonic or mousse, sweep into a pony with a slight pouf for coverage.

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