How to Style Mid-Length Layered Wavy Hair

No matter your hair texture, layers are an effective way to add depth and dimension. Ask your stylist to add some shaping around the face and shorter pieces throughout to enhance waves and texture.

V-Cut Layers

Add layers to give your hair texture more depth by layering it. This style, featured here with bright pink ombre hair color and deep side parting, creates a striking V-shape silhouette and works especially well for those with long and wavy locks.

Layered Wavy Hairstyle for Medium Length Hair

If your strands are naturally curly, adding layers may be unnecessary. This layered wavy hairstyle for medium-length hair with sun-kissed highlights and loose waves is simple to manage and looks gorgeous on women of all ages.

Bold Layers

Wavy hair pairs perfectly with layers, allowing its shape to fall naturally while adding depth and texture. Layers also work great for eliminating bulk and creating movement in the locks and can be added in many different ways depending on the desired look: feathering allows you to add layers for texture framing your face, or layering involves cutting different lengths throughout your locks.

Long Bob

The classic bob is an adaptable hairstyle that suits most face shapes and textures. Still, when combined with wavy locks, it takes on even greater versatility, creating a natural-looking texture with movement and dimension. One particularly stunning style for wavy locks is a long bob with side partings and swept-across bangs featuring brunette balayage in random sections – something the long bob offers less readily.

Choppy Bob

Choppy layers in a short bob add texture, shape, and movement to this timeless haircut. Women looking for an effortlessly modern style may appreciate this wavy take on the classic bob with its asymmetrical length and blended-yet-choppy layers that create an intriguing yet effortless style that works well with either side partings or central parts.

Curtain Bangs

Curtain bangs offer an elegant and feminine fringed look, ideal for round faces, creating an instant slimming effect. Low maintenance requirements also make this style suitable for women with fine hair, as it creates volume with its messy or undone appearance. Curly textures work wonderfully with this style. Celebs such as Yara Shahidi and Zendaya sport gorgeous coily curtain bangs that showcase natural textures while emphasizing face shapes. Use some texturizing balm for extra separation; this style can also work beautifully for medium-length wavy hair as it blends in seamlessly into waves.