Pretty, neat hairstyles have prevailed since time immemorial. A decade ago, a single strand of hair that was out of place was enough to have a bad hair day. Today, however, some of the most popular hair trends are all about vibrant looks with lots of movement and texture - and nothing encapsulates these trends like layered hairstyles. Whether you have lots of curls or straight hair, the layered cut lends itself to an effortless, breezy style that exudes confidence, sharpness, and carefreeness. We show you how to style your layered cut to make it look chic and casual.
Layered trend hairstyles have enough voices in the beauty world to be considered an all-time favorite. They adapt to hair type and give it beautiful texture, whether your hair is thick or thin, curly, wavy or straight, short, shoulder-length, or long. These hairstyles cater to the ladies who have thicker, medium, and long hair and add fullness and volume to fine hair of any length. For this reason, layered cuts are likely to be one of the most common requests in hair salons in spring 2022. One of these popular haircuts is the fashionable choppy cut, which has also become a trend this season.
These beautiful layered haircuts are very versatile, so you can easily style yours. You can wear medium and long hair loose with strands or have it styled into an elegant updo, a casual ponytail, a braid, or a twist. Just play with your hair to your heart's content.
Regardless of what hair texture you have, whether you have curly hair or fine, straight hair, you can learn how to style layered hair with a few tools and products. A very good hair dryer for your hair type is essential, and you might also want to invest in the best flat iron or curling iron for layered hair if they can help you achieve your desired style.
Work with your natural structure. Blow dry the hair first and then use the flat iron to create a bend in the hair or a soft wave.
You can use a volume booster for more texture because it gives the hair natural volume and doesn't make it too heavy. An alternative to this is the styling cream, which you apply to wet hair and then let it dry naturally. Don't be afraid to experiment. You can use these two products together – for example, after washing your hair, use volumizing spray on wet hair and then use the styling cream on the ends to add texture. You can also buy a dry shampoo for a choppy look. If you prefer a smooth finish, serums and oils will help you get shiny hair.
Not all layers need to be in choppy, torn form. The length of the bob can be graduated from back to front to create a super-flattering style. If you wear this hairstyle super straight, the angular course of the length comes into its own – of course, a good straightening iron is a must to keep this look sleek and bouncy.
Making your strands of hair look like feathers is just gorgeous. Strands are cut to look like feathers. These layers are particularly suitable for long bobs, also called lobs. This gives them both texture and volume.
Balayage is one of the hairstyling techniques that enhances your layers. You can make your trendy hairstyle look even better with these delicate waves. By making your step lob asymmetrical you add more texture and volume to this haircut.
Tousled waves are a perfect tool when it comes to styling layered hair, especially when paired with this '70s shag. Using a medium-sized curling iron, loosely wrap the hair around the cylinder, pointing away from the eyes to 'open' the face. Keep the look relaxed and modern by letting out the roots and ends of the curls.
Long layered hair will definitely be your new trademark. You can wear these layers sleek or curl them to get awesome beachy waves. Combing through your hair and a blow dryer through it will give you a lot more volume.
If you have a longer hairstyle, the bun is an easy way to style layered hair for a party. First, spray your hair with texturizing spray and gather all of your hair with your fingers to just below the parting. After that, tie a ponytail and with a few grips form the remaining hair into a bun, pinning the hair tight or loose as desired. After fixing, pull out small strands at the front and finally spray the hairstyle with hairspray.
The pixie cut has become a huge trend that is growing and has several variations - nixie cut, bixie cut, etc. The trick to styling a choppy pixie is to use relatively solid products, like wax or pomade. Warm a tiny amount in fingers and gently sweep through layers to achieve the desired hairstyle.