Layered Cuts and Styles for Every Face Form
1. Gradual Swoop
You should request irregular layers from your stylist.
To achieve her ideal inward bend, she will require some
2. Minimal Waves
Her soft, skillfully merged cut complements all hair va
rieties and textures.
3. Feathered Feel
Your sideburns should be balanced by uneven layers.
This will give your tresses a haphazard appearance, as
opposed to a more structured and styled appearance.
4. Polished Chignon
Those who favor updos should concentrate on the front layers of their hair.
This trim, similar to curtain fringe, instantly amps up
any bun or ponytail.
5. Surfer Girl Style
A choppy cut (and dip-dyed ends, if you so choose) can
give your texture a little extra movement.
6. V-Shaped Layers
Those with dense, full hair should consider a style wit
h lengthier hair in the rear and shorter hair in the front.
7. Barely-There Layers
Play with the length of each strand to add a touch of p
ersonality to your shoulder-length hairstyle.
This style is ideal for those with fine or medium hair