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50 Beautifully Layered Hairstyles That’ll Be Huge This Year

by
Ema Globyte

50. Mid-Back Feathered Hair. Thick straight hair looks fantastic with angled contouring and a few piece-y layers throughout the length. The spread of layered ends delivers a fascinating “feathered” feel to these locks.

Despite the length of your hair and the kind of layers you choose, we all know that layered hair styles are the way to go. Hopefully, you’ve found your dream ‘do in our list!

Are you searching current layered haircuts for women? We’ve got a list of ideas in different lengths and styles to choose from.

When it comes to layered hair, consider how you want your future layers fall and where they should start to flatter your face and work with your hair texture. If you want to find your dream layered hairstyle, read below for some inspiration!

1. Straight Layered Hair. Make sure to use a blow dryer before your straighten so you can employ the root volume. Use a straightener to eliminate flyaways and keep things sleek.

2. Mid Length Layered Hair. This crisp cut with layered ends is awesome in simple hairstyles when you can simply wash and air-dry your hair, especially if you’ve got a slightly wavy texture and a beautiful natural-looking color.

3. Long Hair with Short Layers. Keep the distance between your layers short and enjoy dynamic short layers to bring added body and movement into your playful downdos.

4. V-Cut Hair with Layers. The ‘V shape’ is so pretty from behind with curls or straight locks. The short layers in the front of your hair let you wear your thick hair loose without it getting in the way.

5. Layered Cut with Babylights. The combination of long layered hair and babylights celebrates texture and volume. The thicker your hair, the more luxurious this hairstyle will look.

6. Long Tousled Layers. Female layered haircuts like this one are an ode to simplicity. Look how incredibly gorgeous this basic cut looks! What’s more, those long layers are easy to maintain and style to match your mood.

7. Rooty Blonde Hairstyle with Defined Front Layers. Feathered layered haircuts are extremely popular right now, and this bright blonde style maximizes the texture by meticulously defining every piece around the face.

8. Long Layered Haircut for Women. Lots of layers look cute on longer hair because you get the maximum body and movement.

9. Textured Deep Fringe and Side Layers. Face-framing is our favorite way to cut layers in hair without sacrificing the length, but a thick, straight mane like this may require additional feathering to gain texture and an airier feel.

10. Layers with Subtle Balayage for Straight Hair. Straight hair + layers + subtle balayage highlights is the formula to an easy-to-maintain yet stunning look. Add a long fringe for a romantic vibe and visual facial elongation.

11. Long Haircut with Step Layers. Who would have thought you can spot the cuteness of short, medium, and long hair all in one haircut. This dramatic 3-tier layered hair is intriguing. Layers aren’t just for making your hair look fuller, they can add a fun dimension.

12. Simple Shoulder-Length Cut. Layered hair styles don’t have to be too fancy. This layered style is an awesome example of how a simple cut with subtle layers can create a dreamy, feminine look.

13. Piece-y Layers for Dark Hair. A staple among layered haircuts for women, this style is an amazing option if you love to experiment with different hairdos. Braids, ponytails, and loose hair – everything’s possible with this style.

14. Chocolaty Long Layered Hair. With multiple layers running from the mid-length to the ends, this chocolate brown head of hair has plenty of weight removed on the bottom to release natural wave and bounce.

15. Long Haircut with Feathered Layers. If you are not a fan of choppy layers, this option might be just right for you. Layered haircuts for women that feature subtle transitions make us feel feminine and romantic.

16. Textured Layers. Layered hair styles with textured strands deliver an effortlessly stylish look as if you are right from the salon. To style this haircut at home, use a curling iron or a blow dryer and a round brush.

17. Dark Layered Hair with Highlights. Blending warm tones into dark brown hair is another way of making a classic layered hairstyle more interesting. The subtly highlighted ends will add an appealing sense of length and bounce.

18. Fine Buttery Blonde Hair with Layers. While heavy layering can deprive fine hair of the body, this cut offers a gentle approach, with all the layers focused in the front and shifted to the bottom.

19. Layers and Curtain Bangs. Layered hair and voluminous curtain bangs flatter virtually any lady. You can complete this haircut with highlights or keep your natural color – there will be plenty of compliments anyway.

20. Medium-Length Layered Hair. Here’s one of the most popular current shapes. The front strands of this hairstyle frame the face softly. They seem to gradually flow into the layers of the haircut.

21. Wind-Swept Hair with Bangs. Piece-y bangs and flipped up layers make you look as if you have just returned from a seaside walk. This style has a special boho vibe and is especially complementing for ladies with an oval face shape.

22. Chestnut Brown Shag with Highlights. We adore layered haircuts for women that employ color to elevate the style as this shag does by carefully placing highlights on the tips to create points of light and movement along the layers.

23. Windswept Layers for Long Hair. This is one of the easiest layered hair styles. Apply some mousse from your roots to the ends and flip the latter out using both a blow dryer and a round brush! The Job is done!

24. “Expensive Brunette” Step Cut Hair. Apart from the soft dimension created with the seamless balayage, this brunette style strikes the eye with the dramatically disconnected layers which land tons of bounce and volume.

25. Feathered Layers on Long Hair. This technique is life-changing for ladies with thick hair, as it alleviates a thick mane beautifully. Using this trick, you will transform your look in no time without any radical changes.

26. Beachy Hairstyle for Layered Hair. Check these cute feathered front layers. They upgrade the lob and give it more movement.

27. Side-Swept Bob for a Square Face. Here is a great example of how to balance your face shape with layered hairstyles — hitting the cheekbones, the face-framing layers divert attention from the strong jawline while the below-the-chin length and curved inward ends elongate the face and soften the sharp lines.

28. Windswept Layers. Do you like the way your hair looks after a walk on a windy day? You don’t have to rely on the weather – layered hairstyles look right with easy styling. Use your blow dryer and apply hair mousse to achieve the desired effect!

29. Shoulder-Length Cut with Flowy Layers. Our list of layered hairstyles for women wouldn’t be complete without this cute flowy hairdo. It doesn’t require a lot of maintenance and looks beautiful even without styling.

30. Neck-Length Layered Hair with a Fringe. Anywhere you see layers, just turn around and you’ll see bangs right at the corner. Bangs and layers are a great combo. You can use this duo to create a lot of effects in your hair.

31. Medium Layered Hair with Layered Bangs. The long swoopy bangs flow and fall like a golden waterfall. If you are over front bangs, try side bangs with layers for a new twist.

32. Roasted Beige Balayage with the 90s Supermodel Blowout. If you happen to miss out on the latest hair trends, we are glad to inform you that the best way to style layered hair is by giving it a good volumizing blowout.

33. Front-Layered Mid-Length Haircuts. A tweak here and a twist there, and you too can have hair this gorgeous. Your stylist will keep the layers concentrated in the front to achieve an extra voluminous, flowy look.

34. Dynamic Flowy Layers for Straight Hair. If your hair is lacking movement, try adding dynamic layers starting at your jawline and growing in length towards the back.

35. Ashy Blonde Layered Cut with Dip-Dyed Ends. This smokey blonde shade plays extremely well with the girl’s hazel eyes and cool skin tone, and the layers in the front are masterfully placed to spotlight the face even better.

36. Shag with Swoopy Layers. Layers that sweep around your neck caressing it warmly, add an appealing allure to shag hairstyles. A feminine ginger red hair color provides a perfect finish for such a sexy haircut.

37. Parted and Layered Blonde Hair. While slicking your layered hair back isn’t a bad idea, shattered layers are more eye-catching on parted hair. The parting creates face-framing pieces that draw attention to your face.

38. Mid-Length Shag with Blended Layers. Well, forget blowouts, as edgy shags with such a choppy texture allow us to layer hair in a more blended way, without cutting sharply delineated levels that require definition to shine out.

39. Undone Shag with See-Through Bangs. Shaggy layered hairstyles for women do need some texturizing products to show off the texture and movement, but they can be styled fairly messy, similar to this tousled brunette style.

40. Modern “Rachel” in Bright Summer Blonde. As is the case with Jennifer Aniston’s iconic coif, this blonde style features a shoulder length, face-framing flick, and lots of layers, but it is cut slightly longer, so the hair feels softer and has more movement.

41. Shoulder Length Layered Hair. The beachy vibe that works all year round is perfect for a lob. Use a medium-sized curling iron and wrap your hair around it for about 10 seconds. Style mid-shaft bents rather than full waves or curls.

42. Straight Layered Golden Blonde Ombre Hair. Here is another nod to ex-Rachel Green since every now and then, the “Friends” star has been rocking the long flat-ironed style with face-framing layers cut at regular intervals.

43. Short Bottom Layers with Accents. It never hurts to emphasize layers in hair with highlights, especially when it comes to dark strands, as they are less eager to reflect light than golden and caramel pieces.

44. Modern Wolf Cut. There are several tips on how to style layered hair of different lengths. Here is an inspo from the popular wolf haircut. The two-tier shag with a rounded top and feathered ends looks awesome in blowouts and as a wash-and-go hairstyle.

45. Layered Haircut with Bangs. Long sliced waves can be complemented with cropped piece-y bangs if you want to draw attention to your eyes.

46. Long Butterfly Cut with Barely-There Highlights. Here, the short layers on the top create a soft frame and volume around the face, and the feathered layers on the bottom debulk the style and bring in movement and texture.

47. Shaggy Medium Length Layers. A shaggy cut gives us super cute and trendy 80s vibes. It can be styled straight or wavy.

48. Multi-Level Sandy Blonde Haircut. These before and after pictures clearly show how layers can get your limp strands volumized and how the sliced-out ends give off waves hidden in your seemingly straight hair.

49. Soft Shoulder-Length Wolf Cut. Tapered toward the bottom and adorned with cool graduated bangs, this medium-brown shag oozes rocker vibes with no sweat yet stays on the softer side due to the wispy finish.

50. Mid-Back Feathered Hair. Thick straight hair looks fantastic with angled contouring and a few piece-y layers throughout the length. The spread of layered ends delivers a fascinating “feathered” feel to these locks.

Despite the length of your hair and the kind of layers you choose, we all know that layered hair styles are the way to go. Hopefully, you’ve found your dream ‘do in our list!

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