Layered hair wins over enough votes in the beauty world to be considered an absolute favorite. Layered hairstyles adjust to the type of your hair providing you with a beautiful texture whether your hair is thick or thin, curly or straight, short or long. They remove the bulk from thick hair in medium and long layered haircuts and provide body and volume for fine hair of any length. Therefore, layered haircuts are, probably, among the most frequent requests at hair salons today. They are very versatile, because you can wear your medium and long hair with layers loose or pull it into a classy updo, a casual ponytail, braid it, twist it, well, – play with it to your heart’s content. We offer you new, trendy short layered haircuts and hairstyles as well as classy long and medium layered haircuts you will enjoy styling and wearing for sure!
Numerous Layered Long Haircuts
© Eliza K, Full Service Salon. This is the ultimate goal for any woman with long hair who wants a sleek, chic cut that provides body and movement. The mixture of layers here is the secret ingredient. Take note of how the shortest layers only exist to frame the face, other than that, most of the layers are mid-length.
Face-framing Long Layered Hairstyles
© Colleen Duffy, Cleen cuts. Here’s one of the most flattering hairstyles for long hair, no matter what its color or texture. The cut blends longer layers with the rest of the hair, but the layers that really matter are the ones framing the face. For long length, they usually start at the chin-length and descend to the tips.
Numerous-sized Long Layered Haircut
© SAL SALCEDO Hair. Layers are one of the easiest ways to make long hair look fabulous. Ask for some short layers, medium and long ones throughout the length. The multiple layers give your hair movement, plus they’re fun to style. For example, hair cuts like this one lend themselves well to messy braids and buns, shaggy ponytails, and even faux bobs or fake bangs.
Stylish Straight Layered Hairstyles
© Hair by Katlin. Sleek, chic texture and shine are the goals with this cut. The layers are quite long and perfectly feathered towards the ends. Nervous about chopping off even an inch? This is a great transitional cut, especially if the idea is to create shape.
Choppy Long Layered Haircut
© Mary Mulqueen. Back in the disco fever days of the late ‘70s and early ‘80s, there was an abundance of glamorous haircuts for long hair. This is a fabulous throwback — a retro cut mixed with modern execution and styling. The layers are purposely choppy, jagged, and close together, resulting in a feathery look.
Long Wavy Layered Hairstyle
© Helen, Full Service Salon. Without layers, being healthy and beautiful, long hair can still sometimes seem heavy or lifeless. Long haircuts with layers let the texture of long locks reveal in a natural way. When it comes to styling, there are all kinds of ways to rejuvenate those lengthy tresses, beginning with some simple, casual beach waves.
Curly Layers with Large Bangs
© Andy Colour Salon. To achieve this voluminous hair do, use different barrel sizes when curling your hair, alternating the direction of curls. This way, your hair will look amazing without giving the impression of an overdone hair style. For a sexy touch, go for messy side bangs by teasing them and curling the ends backwards.
Twitchy V-Shape Layers Hairstyles
© Hilights Salon. Contrary to popular belief, no matter the length, a mane with layers can be edgy. Case in point: this style. The way these locks were cut lets the ends curve towards the centre and create an offbeat V-line. Soften this haircut by wrapping the bottom portion of your hair around a thick curling iron.
Overturn Long Layered Haircut
© Mary Mulqueen. Look at all that bounce and body! For girls with long hair, layers are the key to making curls and waves last. Without layers, all that long hair gets heavy, and that causes curls to lose their shape and bounce. Short and medium-length hair layers take away some bulk and weight, keeping curls bouncy and perfectly formed.
Mid-length Layers with Side Bangs
© Angelina, Toni & Guy. Texture does not look its best in medium haircuts without the right color and style. Undone waves work well with rich, polished shades of brown and face framing layers. The result is a chic, effortless look.
V-shape Medium Layered Hairstyles
© Lhonette Bernard-Charles, IGK Hair Salon. This v-layered style reminds us of a horse’s mane flying free in the meadow breeze. Medium layered haircuts are the best of both worlds – a manageable length and enough to work with at the ends. Short feathered layers frame the face, while longer layers in the back draw the eye downward.
Mid Parted Medium Layers
© Colleen Duffy, Cleencuts, Color by Jessica Gonzalez. Medium long styles are optimal if you love versatility in hairstyles. Layers done with a razor to thin the ends will make your hair fall in a more flattering way and won’t distract from your face.
Wavy Bob Layered Haircuts
© Colleen Duffy, Cleencuts. Long bobs are popular for a reason: they are flattering on everyone, versatile and modern. This hand-painted lob features shorter layered hair in the back to add volume without weighing the overall haircut down.
Choppy Medium Layered Hairstyle
© Stephen Garrison, Jonathan & George Salon. Not all layered hairstyles focus on subtle, barely-there layering. This haircut relies on deliberately choppy, uneven hair layers. There’s little to no blending involved here, which creates an edgy, jagged appearance. For anyone trying to grow out their hair, this is a fantastic go-to.
Overturned Layers in Mid-length Hair
© Sofia and Soraia Hairstylists. Here’s an ideal style for medium length hair that looks heavy. It’s also perfect for women who have long hair and want to make it a little bit shorter. The first layers start somewhere in the middle of the length and descend towards the ends in stacked pieces. The result is a bouncy, adorable haircut with volume and movement to spare. Flip those ends using a curling iron, a straightener, or a blow dryer and a round brush.
Face Framing Medium Layered Haircut
© Jaymz Marsters. This is a perfect example of a shoulder length layered cut with a chic vibe. Play with bangs alternating loose peek-a-boo styles with half updos that feature a pinned back or braided fringe.
Straggly One Length Layered Bob
© Colleen Duffy, Cleen cuts. In need of a bob cut that will have you feeling girly and modern at the same time? This bob is mostly all one length, but with some wispy pieces that give it a soft feel. What really pulls the cut together is the swooping hair at the front and the volume in the back.
Short Layered Bob Hairstyles
© Hair by Krista at Chester Soho Salon. This short layered bob is about as easy and carefree as hair can get! If you have naturally straight hair, all you’ll have to do is shake your head to get that tousled look. Also added some jazz to her haircut by adding some more texture. The blonde midshafts and ends are super cute. Revealed roots aren’t just for long hair.
Glamorized Straight Layered Bob
© Toni&Guy Alliance. For a classic bob, go for hair that is slightly longer in the front (near the ears) with side bangs, body in the back, and soft layers. This style gives you endless styling options. For a more modern look, you can part it deeper on the side and add some texture with natural waves or heat-styled crimping.
Wavy Long Bob Layered Hairstyles
© Colleen Duffy, Cleen cuts. What’s really stylish these days is hair on the opposite ends of the natural spectrum—meaning hair that’s totally unnatural (like wild colors) or that’s completely natural (like this look). To style your new long bob, use a large barrel curling iron randomly throughout and apply a texturizing product to get separation.
Glamorized Layered Pixie Cut
© Justin Dillaha, The Standard Hair Studio. For a style that is youthful and timeless all at the same time, try this gorgeous choppy pixie. This cut is the perfect mix of messy and sleek. You can slick it back for an evening wear look, or rely on a texturizing product for some bedhead-inspired styling.
Short Asymmetrical Layered Haircut
© Hiro Hair Stylist, Tokyo. Short layered haircuts are so much fun! You’ll enjoy your morning style routine because it will go so much faster. If you’re curious on how to style this look, the key is to tuck some hair behind the ear, and leave some forward. Use a medium barrel round brush when you blow dry your hair to get the volume.
Short Layered Hairstyle with Extra-long Bangs
© Maddy Frankow, Robert Morales Studio. Short layered bob hairstyles are quite popular now. This style is achieved by leaving the front longer and stacking the back. The bangs are kept extra-long and grazed with a lighter hue for a lovely detailed look.
Side Parted Short Layered Hairstyle
© Chiyuki LA Hairstylist. This short hair style with bangs looks great on women with naturally slender faces. The long side bangs help add flare to the front of the face, while the long side hair are stacked behind the ear.