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LAYERED HAIRSTYLES FOR LONG HAIR

LONG, LENGTH, LAYERED

Long layered hairstyles look fantastic even if they are simple.

If you’re lucky enough to have long hair but are unsure about how to style it, you’re in the right place.

Not everyone can manage to grow their hair long. Some simply can’t surpass a “genetic length”, others struggle with brittleness, and sometimes, long hair can just be a burden—it is literally heavy. If you’re in the last group, layered cuts are the best solution. You can grow your hair to envious lengths without the heaviness that all that hair carries with it.

The Main Principles of Successful Long Layered Hairstyles

  • A layered haircut adds volume to long hair and allows for flexibility when styling. Ask your hairdresser for long layers at the back and smooth, graded layers to frame the face. You can balance the layers with long bangs that can be styled to either side or straight.
  • Don’t forget about the details. Consider your personal style when choosing layers. Long layers that blend with one another look smooth and sleek, while a long shag hairstyle looks more undone and messy.
  • When cutting the layers framing your face, cut the shortest layer so that it highlights the most flattering point on your face—most often the cheekbones or the chin.

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#1 Multi-Layered Mix

This is the ultimate goal for any woman with long hair who wants a sleek, chic cut that provides body and movement. The mixture of layers is the secret ingredient. Take note of how the shortest layers only exist to frame the face, other than that, most of the layers are mid-length.

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#2 Mid-Back Brown U-Cut with Swoopy Layers

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#3 Straight and Chic

This cut gives you sleek, chic texture and shine with long layers and perfectly feathered curls without sacrificing length. The idea is to create shape and give your hair movement.

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#4 Reddish Brown Style with Long V-cut Layers

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#5 Waist-Length Brunette Hair with Textured Layers

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#6 Long Hair with Subtle Layers

The layers in this cut are almost imperceptible as they seamlessly blend together. This is a perfect haircut for someone who doesn’t want to lose any length and prefers an illusion of layers rather than obvious ones.

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#7 Long Waves

Without healthy layers, long hair can sometimes seem heavy or lifeless. Layers reveal the texture of long locks in a natural way. When it comes to styling, there are all kinds of ways to rejuvenate those lengthy tresses, starting with some simple, casual beach waves.

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#8 Long Tousled Layers

This is a beautiful, bedhead look reminiscent of Brigitte Bardot. Combine with long locks and bangs – the heavier, the better – and add some tousled curls. How sexy is this‘do?

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#9 Long layered Ombre Hair

Snag this style by asking your stylist for short layers and long ones, but none in between. Extreme layers are ideal for fine hair because they add so much movement and volume. This style will take your ponytail to the next level!

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#10 Straight Layered Hair

Long layered haircuts are easy to style and very versatile. You can throw your hair up in a bun when you’re running late, or keep it straight and simple. The V shaped haircut adds more movement to thick hair. If your tresses are naturally straight, use a deep conditioner and let them air dry after washing. They will look silky smooth with minimium effort. If your hair is on the curly side, blow dry it using a large, round brush. Don’t use too much hair spray in order to avoid crunchy hair.


By TRHSUpdated on 24 January 2018

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