A Long Layered Hair Style Can Freshen Up Your Image
- We will emphasize this again, layers will give your tresses the new look and leave the length.
- Opt for layers that frame the face, and they will enhance your face shape by making it slimmer or longer or even shorter. Yes, different types of layers can help you achieve all of that.
- Specifically placed layers are capable of bringing attention to the best features and distracting from flaws. For example, layers can accentuate your eyes or a stronger jawbone and thus distract from such flaws as scars or wrinkles, etc.
- Layers will bring movement to dull and lifeless thin hair.
- If your hair is thick and it is weighed down, layers will bring you some illusion of volume and give your tresses much movement and a look that is more vibrant.
Long Straight Layered HairstylesSource: the.original.dk via Instagram, carra_balayage via Instagram, honeyhousehair via Instagram
In case you have a totally straight or wavy hair texture, long straight layered hairstyles would be your cup of tea. This kind of hair texture will emphasize the structure of layers. The density of your hair doesn’t play any role here. This cut creates additional volume, which is just what you need when you have thin hair. This is also a life savior for thick hair as it will make them it lighter and will tame it.
Long Wavy Layered HairstylesSource: yanetvan_colorist19em via Instagram, ena_mujagic via Instagram, maggiemh via Instagram
The best thing for long layered hair that makes your look put together is a free curls hairstyle. It would look amazing on those who have a layered cut and a fringe. Layers help to make your curled hair style more voluminous. The key to this kind of curl is a big curling wand. Don’t forget to brush your locks through after curling.
Voluminous Side BangsSource: romeufelipe via Instagram, maggiemh via Instagram, maggiemh via Instagram
Voluminous side bangs have been on the beauty scene for quite a while and never go out of fashion. This look is all time favorite of so many celebrities. Side swept bangs would be way too heavy for layered hair. So, opt for the layers that start near your chin and go lower. This will make your cut soft, light-weight, and shaped.
Layered Hairstyles with BangsSource: belximenes via Instagram, bescene via Instagram, romeufelipe via Instagram
Wide forehead? We have a great problem solution for you. Layers and straight bangs will become your life saviors. Moreover, women who don’t have very distinctive facial features but have a slightly longer nose would also love this combo. Shorter bangs are able to emphasize facial features and make your nose seem visually smaller. Women with a rectangular face shape and high cheek bones should go for a layered cut and bangs, the length of which is up to the brows. This would be the most complimenting option for them.
Long Textured Layered HairstylesSource: barlyhair via Instagram, kristin_ess via Instagram, ryabchik.moscow via Instagram
Sometimes long hair seems lifeless and dull. If you want to give your hair a new lease of life, layers that start near your cheek bones will make your hair shaped. Leave the rest of your hair one length. In this way you will get flowing and easy to style hair. This is the definition of long layered hair. The lines are soft and flowing, which adds to your femininity and makes you look natural. No doubts, that long straight hair is also wonderful, but this cut adds volume. A layered cut without bangs would be the most flattering to the owners of the perfect oval face.
Messy Layered HairstyleSource: kristin_ess via Instagram, kristin_ess via Instagram, bescene via Instagram
For all those with curly and wavy thick hair, have a close look at messy layered hairstyles. Your hair texture is a perfect base for a slightly messy look, which is different and fun. This hair style is also easy to achieve if you are not a curly Sue. A curling iron of any size can easily help you.
We hope you get enough inspiration to go and freshen up your long hair with a layered cut. Create your image with our ideas.