Layers are an effective way of adding movement, texture, and volume to long hairstyles. They’re especially beneficial when styling thicker strands as they reduce bulk while making the style lighter and easier to manage.
Moana star Auli’i Cravalho channeled old Hollywood glamour with an all-over layered bob that featured feathered layers to create an angular shape and highlight her color transitions.
Layers add volume and texture to long locks while at the same time decreasing weight for thick tresses. If you have a full head of wavy or curly locks, consider getting a layered cut featuring longer feathered layers near the face for a lightweight appearance with lots of movement.
Long feathered layers are an excellent style option for women who prefer messy or tousled looks, and work beautifully across all hair colors. Highlights can add dimension and character to this layered hairstyle; alternatively, natural brown shades may give an equally stunning result.
If you have straight hair, try opting for a layered haircut featuring a V-shaped shape to highlight and volumize it. This look will show off your beautiful locks while giving them volume.
If your locks naturally have waves, a long layered hairstyle could be just what’s needed to showcase them at their best. A few chunky layers that mimic feathers add movement and structure to your magnificent mane without needing too much extra effort for styling.
This sultry look, which works best on curly or wavy hair, relieves the weight of thicker locks while adding volume to thin or delicate locks. A light hold spray and some color will complete this sultry style.
This fabulous long-layered haircut is an effective way to frame the face. To achieve it, start with a curl-boosting product and blow dry your hair using a round brush before using a large curling iron to form large vertical coils that alternate their direction occasionally.
Long-layered hairstyles for curly tresses can add movement and volume. This look works particularly well on women with naturally wavy or curly locks, emphasizing their natural texture while giving your strands more campaign and creating a youthful appearance.
If you want something fresh and bold, try opting for a V-cut with medium-length layers and caramel brown highlights – this style will perfectly showcase your seductive side while suiting any face shape.
Opting for more subtle styles with shorter, lighter, nearly invisible layers will create an ideal class for those with straight or wavy locks, helping remove excess weight from thicker strands while creating volume in thin or delicate hair strands. This hairstyle works particularly well on women with straighter or wavy tresses but will make a book for those without.
Wavy extended hair benefits greatly from layering its ends, creating additional dimension and movement in your locks. Ask your stylist to add face-framing layers slightly longer than the remainder of your strands to achieve this style without losing its beautiful waves – perfect for side-parted or center-parted options!
Wavy hair can benefit from short layers slightly shorter than the rest of its strands, creating soft yet subtle layers to define your face shape and flatter any hair texture. Contrasting lengths will add movement and structure for an eye-catching, feminine look. For an added splash of color, consider asking your stylist for light blonde balayage on these layers!
Feathered layers offer long hair an exciting, flirty style that’s easy to manage, creating movement and volume with curling or texturizing spray. These loose strands reminiscent of bird feathers create a campaign while adding volume when applying curled or texturizing spray.
Pair long, delicate layers with side-swept curtain bangs to frame your face and add drama for an elegant vintage style. This type of long-layered hairstyle works exceptionally well on thicker textures.
Skilled hairstylists can craft layers to complement the shape and features of your face, drawing out their best qualities while adding layers that frame your features beautifully. However, they must communicate what style they should achieve for you – this allows them to ensure you have just enough density without compromising length.