How to Style Short Straight Layered Hair

Short layered hair is an effective way to add texture to your locks, and these trendy yet easy styles are fashionable yet simple to style. Choose between pixie cuts, bobs, or long pieces in the front. Have your stylist add side bangs that cover your forehead to achieve an edgier look. Additionally, dyeing your layers a striking hue can add even more drama.

A-Line Pixie

A-line pixies are an adorable and flattering short hairstyle for straight locks, making an A-line pixie the ideal solution. Faster on the sides and back, with long layers in front that frame your face. Furthermore, this look looks incredible when enhanced with blonde highlights to brighten and lighten strands.

If you want a slightly longer pixie haircut, try this side-swept silver pixie. Its longer fringe and textured layers make for an edgier appearance, while its side-swept bangs balance it all out and draw attention to your beautiful eyes.

Keira Knightley’s platinum choppy pixie is striking and feminine, making a statement without overshadowing your natural locks. It works beautifully on thin as well as thick hair types. The unique choppy style sets it apart from other pixie styles while simultaneously drawing attention to your beautiful locks.

Side-Swept Bob

This long bob with side bangs is an ideal style for straight hair types, as its layers naturally contour your face to give a stunning and sophisticated look. Add even more charm by adding soft balayage for an added flourish.

For an easy and low-maintenance style, opt for a long collarbone-grazing layered bob with deep side parting. Choppy layers will add texture and volume for an eye-catching style.

Emma Stone is a blonde bombshell who wears wavy, layered bobs with long side bangs to show off her striking features, such as eyes and mouth. The long side bangs draw the eye inward while her sweeping fringe frames her face beautifully to make her look like a rock star.

Razored Bob

This jagged hairstyle is ideal for women looking for an edgier style. The length is shorter in the back than in the front for added dimension to this bob. Additionally, honey brown highlights add dimension by emphasizing its hue.

Textured cuts add dimension and dimension to a simple straight bob, so if your locks are pin-straight, try using dry texture spray for an instant change or add rough styling as an element.

Dark roots and an undone texture add sophistication to this elegant chin-length bob, while a textured side bang and an undone top section highlight its angle.

Layered Bob

A layered bob can look both feminine and edgy, depending on how it’s styled. Layers create an eye-catching silhouette for this chin-length bob that complements all face shapes, while feathered bangs add dimension and keep it from looking flat. For an additional structured edge, texturize your layers before blow-drying with a round brush or nozzle for more defined layers and a more muscular silhouette.

A stacked layered bob is a timeless hairstyle, ideal for thin locks seeking added volume. Experiment with different parts, such as side or middle partings and straight, wavy, or curly waves, until you find what looks best on you! A little highlighter can also help make thin locks appear fuller!

Feathered Bob

Feathered layers are an iconic hairstyle, adding volume, thickness, and interest to any style. Feathered layers are trendy among bob haircuts since they give thin or fine hair an illusion of more fullness. Made famous by Farrah Fawcett from Charlie’s Angels, feathered layers have become an eye-catching trend that shows off any face or feature that needs showing off.

This style works best on lengths grazing the jawline or longer and looks best when worn with side-swept bangs. Ideal for women seeking an effortlessly chic appearance and incredibly gorgeous when worn with gray hair, layered bobs are also an excellent way for moms who wish to keep their locks looking neat and tidy.