Asymmetrical haircuts are gorgeous choices if you want a dramatic new look.
Even though asymmetrical haircuts are usually associated with bobs or pixie cuts, there are plenty of medium and long ideas to choose from too.
We want every woman to find the asymmetrical haircut of her dreams, so we have covered ideas for all lengths in our selection.
If you want to make a statement and you’re at a loss of creativity, go for fire-inspired hair.
All you have to do is get a balayage hairstyle that incorporates tones of red, orange, and yellow, topping it all off with a heavily-layered asymmetrical haircut.
Short asymmetrical bob, long bangs, black hair, and purple highlights. What could you want more from a mysterious and alluring look?
The hairstyle looks amazing on women with all face shapes and hair textures.
We adore A-line asymmetrical haircuts, but you know what we love even more? Turning things up a notch with bold highlights on dark locks.
We recommend it as an alternative for the showy purple highlights we presented earlier.
Do you have naturally wavy hair but you’re not fully convinced that you want a dramatic makeover?
Go for a discrete asymmetrical haircut to bring more bounce to the back of your hair. Feel free to add some sunny highlights into the mix as well.
Ah, Yolandi Visser, the queen of crazy beautiful asymmetrical haircuts.
Follow her outgoing approach by trimming down the top part of your hairstyle and leaving the rest of your hair long. You’re sure to shine among your peers.
Ladies with round faces can get inspired by this idea for their angled haircut. The side-swept bangs and medium bob silhouette complement this particular face shape in an adorable and alluring way.
Keri Hilson shows us how a retro asymmetrical bob can make you sparkle.
If you love vintage styles and showing off your feminine side, her classy bob is one of the best examples you can copy. The brown undertones are also a lovely idea.
If you have notably long hair, a few asymmetrical layers can greatly impact your overall look.
You should always be playful with your appearance, especially if you have a bright personality. Keep on layering your way to the haircut of your dreams!
Get crazy, get creative! Blue streaks in various shades look great on asymmetrical haircuts. You can try the idea out regardless of the length of your hair or the shape of your face.
Additionally, if you have side bangs, you can splash the blue on them for an even more interesting hairstyle.
If you adore the 50’s and pin up hairstyles, incorporate the idea into your asymmetrical cut.
As an alternative for women who want a temporary asymmetrical rockabilly look, use bobby pins and hairspray to style your locks without cutting them.
Release your inner rock star with these super choppy long locks and funky asymmetrical bangs. The jagged layers will provide plenty of volume, definition, and personality for a truly special hairstyle.
Speaking of bangs, we can’t stress enough how important they are for asymmetrical haircuts. We particularly encourage women who enjoy pixie hairstyles to add side-swept bangs to their look.
If your hair is fine and silky soft, play around with lengths and let it gorgeously wrap around you. Asymmetrical haircuts are an excellent way to make finer hair appear thicker.
If you want a sexy, fierce, and stylish approach to your next pixie haircut, don’t hesitate to go for a spiky approach.
To get the look, make sure your hair is cut in all the right angles. After that, add some product and style your spikes exactly the way you like them.
Talk to your hairstylist about getting an asymmetrical bob cut so you can enjoy volume, bounce, and the exciting hairstyle you have always desired. It doesn’t matter if your hair is thick or fine – you will be radiant.
It’s easy to see why asymmetrical haircuts are considered to be outgoing hairstyles. If you want to push the rebellious vibe of your atypical haircut, try out the look pictured above. Those bangs are everything!
Another clever idea for getting more natural volume is to rock an inverted haircut.
Whether it’s a pixie or bob, the key is to get focused layers starting from the top. Gradually soften them as you get to the lower part of your hair.
Any asymmetrical haircut can fabulously come to life when you use multiple colors.
While you don’t have to dye all of your hair in the colors of the rainbow, you can have a few select tones from a specific palette in some parts of your hair.
You don’t have to stress about struggling with fine hair anymore.
A proper short asymmetrical haircut will help you get all the qualities you desire without any frustration. A large side part, layers, and flirty lengths are the way to go.
Lastly, we have a brilliant asymmetrical hairstyle that literally any woman can sport.
It focuses on the line of your jaw, with one part of your haircut to the top corner of your jawline and the other where your chin is. The angled results will take your breath away.