How to Style Choppy Layers With Bangs

Layers add volume, definition, and texture to any hairstyle. Choppy layers, in particular, provide an edgy and bold surface by cutting the hair in asymmetrical and layered portions. This style works well for women with long hair who want to add movement.

Long Bangs

Long-layered hair with bangs can be styled in various stylish ways. For a feminine appeal, opt for side-swept fringe and balayage highlights to create a romantic and airy effect. This is perfect for date nights or casual brunch dates.

Channel Brigitte Bardot with Short Curtain Bangs

Short curtain bangs and choppy layers create a chic look. Pair it with red lipstick and black frames for an ultra-glam style. For more impact, add fringe highlights in various colors.

Blowout for Face-Framing Layers

Try a layered fringe with choppy ends if you don’t want to commit to full choppy bangs. This creates a similar effect but is more subdued, especially for medium-length hair. Use a leave-in conditioner like Mizani 25 Miracle Milk before blow-drying for smooth strands.

Half Up/Half Down Upstyle with Choppy Layers

StyleStyle your long choppy layers with bangs in a half-up/half-down updo for a romantic and carefree look for a romantic and carefree look. Start with a straight blowout, and then use your hands to pull back the face-framing layers from your forehead. Protect your hair from heat damage with products like Redken Oil for All Heat-Protection Spray.

Long Layers for Manageable Hair

Choppy layers can make long hair more manageable. Ask your stylist to add face-framing layers or a V-shape cut for maximum impact. Feathered layers resembling bird feathers, add texture and work well with pixie or bob cuts.

Luscious Blonde Beachy-Bohemian Style with Long Layers

Layering long choppy layers with a luscious blonde hue creates a captivating beachy-bohemian style. Use Dove Smooth