Ready for a Change? These Celebrities with Layered Hair Will Make You Want to Run to the Salon
Need some pegs for your next salon visit?
If you’re ready for a style refresh but not quite as prepared for a drastic change, is the way to go. Layers can be easily incorporated into most hairstyles, adds movement, volume and texture, as well as frame any . Plus, it can be applied to short or long hair! You can keep your current hair length and just ask your stylist to add them in. Here are some celebrities with layered hairstyles for inspiration.
From Sleek to Styled-Up: Update Your Curls with a Fringe
Eiza Gonzalez, a Mexican actress and singer known for her glamorous long hair, got a bit of a style update for a role. Her natural waves are complemented by a soft, brow-grazing fringe that frames her face. Because she has a diamond-shaped face, the fringe and layers soften her sharp features. These tousled, bedhead locks are the perfect, carefree look for the summer.
To add a , use Sunsilk Naturals Coconut Hydration Shampoo to soften your waves without weighing them down.
From Sweet to Sultry: Add Versatility to Long Hair with Long Bangs
American singer and actress Sabrina Carpenter likes to part her long grown-out bangs in the middle and create face-framing layers. This “curtain fringe” makes her layered long hair less weighed down and frames her heart-shaped face.
To help boost your hair volume, use Dove Nourishing Secrets Thickening Ritual Shampoo, which has lavender oil and rosemary extract that boosts body, for fuller-looking hair.
From Movie Night to Date Night: Boost Flat Hair with Long Layers
You can’t go wrong with medium length hair with added texture. American model Hailey Bieber styles her no-frills with long layers that add movement and shape. It’s also a good way to volumize fine hair, as well as soften strong facial features, such as a pronounced, square like Hailey’s.
To boost dry, flat hair, use Dove Oxygen and Nourishment Conditioner, which adds up to 95% more volume while nourishing and detangling.
From Classic to Cool: Turn Heads with a Choppy, Short Style
American actress Kate Mara gives her classic style a head-turning update by chopping it all off and getting a ‘90s-inspired . The may look one-length, but choppy layers create the illusion of more volume. The shorter cut balances her smaller, heart-shaped face, with .
For some light conditioning, use Dove Weightless Repair 1 Minute Foam Conditioner. It smoothens and detangles hair without weighing it down — perfect for short styles that need lots of movement.
From Straight to Straight-up Fire: Add Front Layers to Zhuzh Up a Long Bob
If adding some neon hues to your roots is too much change for you, just add a few face-framing front layers to your straight medium-length bob, like Billie Eilish’s signature hairstyle. It’s a great way to add movement if you’re blessed with soft, super straight hair. The style is also flattering for most face shapes.
To maintain this fuss-free look, use Sunsilk Expert-Perfect Straight Shampoo, which helps keep hair straight even without blow-drying.
From Shy to Rock ‘N’ Roll: Add Versatility While Growing Your Hair with Choppy Layers
Úrsula Corberó grows out her but with the ease of a rock ‘n’ roll star thanks to shaggy transition styles – from a curly, overgrown pixie to a medium-length . Full of character, this look comes with a trendy micro fringe, and longer, textured layers in the back. This hairstyle suits the oval face shape, which is the most versatile, like Ursula’s.
To keep the wispy layers from getting too frizzy, use Sunsilk Smooth and Manageable Shampoo, which makes hair five times smoother.
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