One of the most popular haircuts ever is layers for long hair. They work for all hair types, making thick hair more manageable, adding volume to fine hair, and just looking all around good. Check out these pictures of Promod models to see 10 different ways to wear long layered haircuts.
Aren’t we all looking for an easy to wear hairstyle that looks great? Look no further than layers. Model Jonna‘s long locks get va va va volume and texture from layers throughout. If your hair gets a little bit of wave, leave it to air dry for this perfectly messy style that is on trend for 2015.
The U-shape is one of the most sought after hairstyles. Model Yagoda has the look plus face framing layers at the sides of the U. The arced back adds a feminine curve to hair that is dramatic when worn down but still visible in a ponytail.
Layers aren’t required for the summer hair trend of 2015 but they certainly enhance those loose waves. Model Anja has the perfect lived in style that looks fabulous on day one and can make even better second day hair with a spritz of dry shampoo.
If you’re all about the glamour, spice up those layers with oversized curls from a large barrel curling wand like Vanessa. This luxurious look works with casual styles or formal ensembles. Just the curl the ends of different length layers for maximum volume and texture.
In Denise‘ cut, shorter layers frame the face in addition to removing weight and adding movement and body. This lovely style puts the focus on your features while making hair more manageable all over.
Layers really work for every hair type but are especially beneficial for thick hair, like Mieke‘s. Her effortlessly gorgeous style features a deep side part and elegant loose curls swept over one shoulder. What a beautiful way to show off ultra long and healthy hair.
To enhance volume and hang on to hair’s length, opt for long layers like Alessandra. For these ultra long locks, the shortest layers start at shoulder length and go from there. This cut works well for thick hair but also for finer hair.
An easy tip for looking your best is parting hair slightly off center like Alana. A perfectly defined part right down the middle can look severe. Instead, wait until hair is half dry and use fingers to create a natural-looking middle part just to the left or right off center.
[All Images: Promod]