Get Creative With Textured Layered Hair

Layered hairstyles create an eye-catching face-framing effect and complement every facial structure. Add texture and movement with styling products such as sea salt spray or hair mousse for even greater chicness!

Soft, long layers with a sweeping effect look gorgeous on blonde locks. This look is easy to maintain, while remaining both sexy and laidback at once.

Thick Hair

Thicker hair makes layering even more playful! Select a haircut tailored to your thick locks, and consider whether soft or dramatic layers suit you best.

Create a layered style that works with your natural texture for optimal results, using layers to frame your face and add volume. If you are blonde, adding texture in between highlights and lowlights may allow organic color to play within this layered look.

Long, disconnected, choppy layers, such as thick locks, will add movement and dynamic to straight hair with no wave. Choppy layers remove bulk while making strands appear healthier and lighter; this style also works excellent on wavy or curly textures! However, you might benefit more from an internal layering technique that reduces bulk without altering length for fine or thin textures.

Wavy or Curly hair

Layers can add movement and freshness to wavy locks while taking weight off thicker strands, simplifying styling and management.

Long, wavy hair requires a haircut with soft, beachy, elegant, seductive waves. Long layered bangs that fall seductively over one eye can add a sense of mystery and intrigue.

If your curls have well-defined ringlet shapes and have an S-shaped pattern, this indicates type 3A hair. For those with soft yet defined waves but still defined S-shape patterns – 3B hair would fit this bill; otherwise, if your locks exhibit loose S-shaped patterning with some open spiral or spiral shapes, you would belong to type 2A or 2B. Layering can help refresh these styles without losing their distinct curl patterns!

Fine to Thin Hair

Many people often mistake textured and layered hair as being the same thing. However, the two differ significantly. Layering can be ideal for thin strands, while texturing is ideal for increasing density and decreasing frizz. Furthermore, depending on diet, lifestyle, and hormonal levels, your texture could change over time.

Thin hair can appear fuller with the appropriate haircut and styling products. For instance, fine wavy locks can benefit from adding volume with a point-cut textured bob or feathered style featuring subtle balayage for an attractive sun-kissed effect.


A layered haircut is an evergreen hairstyle that works for any length and texture of hair, from thin or delicate locks to thick locks and even flat strands. Layers create volume to light waves while lightening their weight to give movement to flat strands. Furthermore, layers create an eye-catching face-framing effect that flatters almost all facial structures and sizes.

Mid-length textured lobs are low-maintenance styles that can easily be managed using appropriate products. It pairs well with middle parts and curtain bangs for an elegant appearance.

To keep textured strands healthy and full of volume, use hydrating oils, leave-in conditioners, and volumizing hair mousse to maintain them. Avoid over-processing and over-styling your locks as this will damage them and cause dryness; additionally, it is wise to get regular maintenance cuts every eight weeks in order to keep your strands in prime condition longer.