As short haircuts tend to come and go, classic mid-length styles hold timeless beauty that never disappoints. Finding the ideal cut allows you to create multiple looks with one amount alone. Try a collarbone-grazing bob with choppy bangs (a la Rosie Huntington-Whiteley) for an effortlessly sophisticated, cool-girl style. Opt for a shaggy voluminous lob for added movement and texture if you have curls.
Layered Shoulder-Length Haircut
Shoulder-length layered bobs are among the top mid-length haircuts in 2016, as they suit almost every face shape. If your natural waves have uncurled into coils, ask your stylist for a light and airy style with angled layers to accentuate them; thick-haired people should add longer texturized layers that give a beachy effect to achieve this look. Highlighting is another way to enhance blond or brown hair color. A combination of subtle slicing and baby lights will add dimension to layered bob styles for a sun-kissed look, or, for something bolder, try opting for shaggy layers with flipped-out ends for maximum drama. Wear your layered bob in half updos to highlight your eyes and draw focus onto your cheekbones, especially with a low ponytail. Or, add gray hues to your lob for something different – either way, it is sure to turn heads!
Layered Layered Haircut
Layered bobs are an effortless way to add an exotic edge to any look. From face-framing layers for softness or longer pieces for structured looks, the result is beautiful and suitable for women with different hair textures. Feathered layering techniques are an excellent solution for thicker hair as they add dimension without making your locks too bulky. Your stylist can even use a razor to refine the ends and give them a more blended appearance. A wolf cut is the ideal layered haircut for people with natural curls, as it helps create more volume and sexiness in your style. Your stylist should start the layers from the center of your head before layering them toward your crown for the most effective result – gorgeous beach waves or not; this look looks incredible when worn this way.
Layered Long Haircut
A layered long haircut can work wonders on all hair types. Its effectiveness in thick hair is particularly marked, helping reduce its heaviness at the bottom and giving movement. A layered long haircut also looks lovely on wavy or straight locks alike, as it creates volume with natural-looking layers for volume-boosting styles. The layering of this long layered haircut creates an eye-catching face-framing silhouette, which can further be enhanced with subtle color transitions such as this balayage blonde with shadow roots. It is an attractive style option for medium-length hair that needs some additional dimension, lightening up, or simply brightening. Feathered layers look stunning on long hair and can be styled in many ways to add drama. Use curtain bangs or side-swept fringe for an eye-catching effect, or tuck behind ears for a sophisticated and sultry effect. Make your feathered layers even more eye-catching by choosing vibrant hair colors such as cherry red or copper blonde with side-swept bangs to make this style pop.
Layered Short Haircut
Adding layers can be the solution if you want something less permanent or with more versatility. This style is highly forgiving and works on most face shapes and hair textures – plus, it is excellent for women without the patience for growing out their locks too long! A layered haircut works exceptionally well on curly or wavy medium-length hair, providing volume while creating an understated yet flattering frame around the face. Furthermore, this cut works particularly well on those with round or oval faces. Add an eye-catching flair to your layered short hair with bold color blending on its short layers. For example, this angled pixie features dark brown roots, which effortlessly transition into light blonde strands for an eye-catching effect.