One of the best ways to add movement to a thin hairstyle with bangs is to add texture. A few waves boost the overall shape, creating a fringe that looks a little thicker and doesn't seem weighed down. Longer bangs are perfect for this as they offer more styling space, and they can be swept out of the way on those days where you just don't feel like dealing with bangs.
How to add volume
One of the best ways to give your bangs extra volume is by blow-drying them correctly. When the hair is still damp, apply Advanced Hairstyle BOOST IT Volume Inject Mousse and rough dry until it's only a tiny bit damp. This will add texture and keep the hair from looking limp. If your hair is really fine, you may want to blow-dry it upside down for a couple of minutes to get some extra lift, too.
After all that, you can finally go ahead and complete your blowout with a round brush to create movement through your bangs.
How to add texture
Once your hair is dry, you can add texture. Rake the hair into place with your fingertips, taking care not to touch the roots, then mist your hair with Advanced Hairstyle BOOST IT High Lift Creation Spray.
To absorb excess oil when you're between washes, spritz the roots with Advanced Hairstyle BLOW DRY IT Longwear Spray. The dry shampoo formula will eliminate any telltale signs of greasiness and stop the bangs from sticking to your forehead or looking too piecey.