Popular Layered Haircuts We All Want to Try

Planning to transform your look?
Change your look this year with a fashionable layered haircut.

If you want to transform your current hairstyle but you are afraid of cutting your hair, you should consider layered haircuts. These hairstyles are chic, sophisticated, trendy and are ideal for any hair length and hair type.

Layered haircuts bring an impression of fuller and longer hair. By chopping long or short layers, you enhance texture, and that gives you new look instantly. When choosing the kind of layers, think about the style and thickness of your natural locks to get the best look. Not sure where to begin? We have compiled the most beautiful layered haircuts that will motivate you.

1 - Long Layered Hair. 

Typically, extended layers are achieved by leaving your hair long and trimming the hair some few inches at the trimmings. This is done to get layers to boost the volume of the hair and avoid choppy lines and extended layers.

Depending on your face, you can incorporate highlights to accentuate some facial features. Just ensure everything is kept below the jawline for a polished vibe.

2 - Medium Layered Hair.

This is the best look for ladies with thick hair or naturally wavy hair. The styling of the layers starts around the face, but you can start it at the cheekbone but make sure the waves are highlighted and subtle. Layers are a great addition here since they enhance movement and doesn't need a lot of styling meaning there is no long morning hairstyling routine.

3 - Shoulder Length Hair.

Many women like to style shoulder-length hair, but one limitation about it is that sometimes it can be challenging to style. However, if you want to style it effortlessly, consider including some layers to your hair. Choose light layers starting from the jawline to give it structure and shape.

4 - Short Layered Haircut.

 You can achieve this short-layered hair easily without looking like you have a mullet. Start by cutting fine layers all over the length of the hair. The short layers that you leave will highlight your face and enhance shape and movement to your layered hairstyle.

5 - Layered Hairstyle for Thick Hair.

If you want to tame your thick hair, consider incorporating layers. Ask your stylist to use long layers, and shape them around the face. The layers give you full body and boost the volume of your hair. To DIY this style, use large round brush comb and comb your hair to the side for additional dimensional.

6 - Elongated Straight Locks with Layers.

If you are looking for a layered haircut that shouts sleekness, then include layers in your straight locks. Long locks tend to hide your face, more so if they are straight. Layers can solve this issue. The feather the hair falling on your face starting at the jawline. By so doing, your face is entirely opened up, and your strands are kept away from it and fall on the cheeks.

7 - Medium Hair with Long Layers.

Mid-length hair appears great when layered since layering boost the texture of the hair everyone is trying to achieve. To achieve this look, tell your stylist to begin layering above the collarbone to get a tousled look. And if you want to DIY at home, use sea salt spray on your hair and blow dry the hair while holding it upside down. This creates wave and depth and holding the hair upside down enhancing volume.

8 - Layered Hairstyle and Side Bangs.

Side bangs have changed over time and when you compare side bangs of the 90s are different from those of nowadays. This layered hairstyle utilises the modern side bangs. It features subtle layering rather than block side fringe. To get this same look, tell your stylist to cut the bangs on the side, but make the edges sleek and smooth by adding layers on around your face. This technique will enhance movement to your locks, while still maintaining the layers subtle.

9 - Layered Curly Hair.

You can also incorporate layers in your curly hair. This haircut is a classic example of how you can achieve that.

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