How to Add Volume to Long Hair With Light Layers

Long hair without volume is often dull and lifeless, making a statement without ever really drawing the eye in. For an opulent silhouette, try layer-flipping at various angles; this style is also great for fine hair as it won’t cause it to go flat!

Layers add texture and volume to your hair, whether curly, wavy, or straight. They make for a stunning sultry look suitable for most face shapes and can easily be styled using volumizing mousse or shine spray.

Wavy hair

Soft, light layers can bring out the natural beauty of wavy hair by adding volume and movement. Longer layers in front can compliment your main length while shorter ones frame your face for an eye-catching style – curtain bangs make an excellent addition that goes perfectly with this kind of haircut!

Have you seen many celebrities with layered haircuts?

– Katy Perry can’t imagine herself without her iconic side-parted pixie with subtle layers

– Halle Berry stands out with long waves accentuated with signature layers

– Rose Byrne’s layered bob is perfect for showing off her lush wavy locks. It draws focus to her jawline and striking eyes, and its volume draws eyes directly toward them. Additionally, caramel highlights add shine to Rose’s complexion and the depth of color in her locks.

Brown hair

Women with brown hair have many styles they can try that will accentuate their natural beauty, such as keeping it dark with some balayage highlights. This style allows lightening without losing too much thickness, framing the jawline beautifully in turn. Raspberry is another gorgeous option with long layered hair, perfect for summertime! Pair this hue with a deep side part and side bangs for maximum impact.

Medium-length hair

Medium-length hair allows you to create a fun style with layers. Pairing this look with a subtle ombre can make her hair appear fuller and healthier. Use volumizing products such as Briogeo Blossom