Getting bored of your long hair and looking for a change? A layered hairstyle is the chicest choice if you can't commit to a drastic chop just yet. Next to making your tresses look longer and bouncier, layers are also very low-maintenance and easy to pull off. Basically, it'll give your hair the subtle refresh it needs!
Convinced yet? Here are 10 hairstyles to consider if you want a long haircut with layers:
1. Soft face-framing layers
Soft and effortless layers will instantly give your locks more texture, no matter how long or thick your hair is. It also allows you the ability to be creative with your hair length! Opting for face-framing layers, for example, will transform your overall look and provide extra coverage and shape to enhance your facial features.
2. Feathered layers with curtain bangs
This hairstyle uses the feathering technique to provide your hair with additional texture and shape. It was popularized in the 1970s and '80s, but you can give it a modern spin with curtain bangs that are suited to your face shape.
3. Long shag cut
A long shag is a heavily layered style dating back to the era of Joan Jett, Mick Jagger, and Jane Fonda. It's one of the edgier layered styles you can get, which would be perfect if you're tired of your old look. The best part? It's super low-maintenance hair and will add gorgeous texture to your locks.
4. Layered block cut
The "block cut" is a simple nod to the hime cut from K-beauty. Its softly-cut layers help emphasize the shape of your face without looking as sharp as the original. To pull it off, make sure to consider your face shape when deciding the length: For example, for round-shaped faces, cutting the fringe a little below the chin achieves a flattering elongating effect.
5. Inward flipped layers
For those who are struggling with dry hair and split ends, the swoopy-edged layered style is a lifesaver! Cutting sections and layers of your hair can remove those frizzy ends and give your hair a softer shape. Like a smoother version of the shag, this style is versatile, low-maintenance, and will help achieve a lighter look to your locks.
6. Textured waves with blunt micro bangs
Contrary to popular belief, choosing a haircut for curly and wavy hair isn't difficult when you know how to work with your hair type and length. For one, natural waves actually suit layered haircuts more since it emphasizes your texture effortlessly while adding some playfulness to your overall look. If that's not enough for you, combine the layers with a bold fringe that can emphasize your facial features.
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