Haircut tutorial for perfect layers
Need a haircut but feeling completely and totally uninspired? We get it, and we’ve been there—until we discovered the magical powers of layering. Sure, you’ve probably had some layers since you were a preteen, but we’re not talking about the long, blunt, blah layers of middle school, but instead, the choppy, face-framing, eye-skimming layers that turn bobs and ponytails into works of art. And to get you inspired to cut your own, we’ve pulled the best of the best celebrity looks to screenshot and take to your hairstylist, pronto.
Layered hairstyles can do so much for your overall look, it is very easy to get done, and it is not really dependent on your hair length so short, medium, and long hair can all get layers added. Layers add movement and interest to an otherwise boring haircut. Movement can make or break some haircuts and layers provide a ton of movement when combined with curls, waves, and other styling techniques. Layers also flatter by removing attention from certain facial features much like face framing to bring attention. Even if you like your current hairstyle now, adding some layers can totally change it up without changing how it feels on you. Layering can also make women look years younger as well because of how the hairstyle falls and transitions. If you have thin or fine hair and want to make it look thicker and fuller, the most natural way to do so is with layering.