Depends on your hair type; mine is baby-fine straight. Chin & shoulder length styles, with short razor cut layers beneath, work great by creating volume & fullness. Despite marketing advice, do not goop up fine hair with lots of styling product - esp hair spray. It clumps & glues your hair together & weighs it down. Just work in a small amount of gel around the crown of your head - no lower than the top of your ears. Create lift & volume using a large round/oval brush; dryer set on low. Again, working above your ears, only. Do not over-dry. Hair should be left slightly damp & flexible when done. Otherwise you will have a flyaway mess. Follow these steps & the rest of your hair will fall into place nicely. Wait before brushing/combing, hair needs to set a few minutes. Then, flip the ends with the brush, if you like. More importantly - DO NOT use hairspray - your fine hair will go flat & you will lose all the nice fullness you just created. Got this advice from a stylist years ago & it never fails to work perfectly. Whatever I've tried, style-wise, I always end up going back to this method. Have fun!