I’ve always had fine hair. For most of my life, I didn’t really mind this fact, but when I hit my early 20s and wanted to start wearing my hair down more often, I started to notice that it was getting boring very quickly because it just didn’t have any movement or body. So when my stylist suggested the butterfly haircut, it seemed like a great way to instantly give my look some oomph while also solving one of the biggest problems with my hair type.
Why I’ve Waited So Long to Go Short
I always wanted to have short hair, but because my hair is so thin and fine, I was always told it would be impossible for me. But about six months ago, a friend told me about the butterfly cut and said that it would be perfect for me. I decided to take a risk and go for it. And I’m so glad that I did! The haircut is perfect for my hair type because it’s cut at different lengths, which makes my hair look fuller.
What Changed My Mind About Going Short
I have always wanted to go short, but I was scared to because of my fine hair. It’s not that it’s thin or anything, but I just don’t think it can take the weight of a short haircut. As a result, I’ve been growing my hair out for over 3 years, and every time I get to the point where it’s long enough for me to get a trim, I chicken out and grow it out again.
How a Small Change Can Lead To A Big Transformation
Growing up with fine hair, I’ve always struggled with the lack of volume and texture. After a while, I started to get used to my flat hair and learned how to work with it. But when I saw a video on YouTube about the butterfly haircut, I was hooked. It made my hair look thick and healthy. If you have thin or fine hair like me, give this style a try!
Things I Wish I Had Known Before Choosing This Cut
I wish I had known that the butterfly haircut would be really short in the back. My hair is so thin there, and now it’s shorter than my other layers. I also wish I had known how quickly this cut grows out because it is so time-consuming to maintain.
I have always had a love-hate relationship with my hair. From the time I was little, it was a struggle to get it to do anything but lay straight and flat on my head. And as I grew up, that same problem persisted. No matter how much product I used or how many times I tried out different hairstyles, nothing seemed to help.