Micro bangs and a study of fine hair
Check out these soft, fluttery Micro Bangs, I love them! Definitely not for every face shape or hair texture but it works so well on her because her small face and delicate, feminine features are left open, not closed off. Also a note on fine hair; her thin hair's potential is really maximized by the color being richer on top which makes her hair look really thick and by the haircut having minimal layering and a very small section dedicated to the fringe resulting in maximum weight at the bottom. I've also shown this photo to my women struggling with hormonal hair loss after pregnancy around the face frame area. One option is to hide it by changing the parting and sweeping more long hair over that inevitable breakage. However another option is to cut them into micro bangs! It can make those baby hairs look intentional and stylish as they grow out.