Achieve an effortless look by going for layered haircuts with bangs—they’re always an on-trend combo! Check out these simple ways on how to sport this ‘do.
Layered haircuts with bangs always stand the test of time. No matter what year it is, this hairstyle allows ladies to flaunt their hair’s length and hair color. The best part about it is that it’s low-maintenance—the cut on its own makes for a winning everyday look! They’re quite the match made in heaven.
If you’re sporting this look, there are many ways to keep it looking fresh and fashionable. Read on to learn more.
5 Ways to flaunt layered haircuts with bangs
1. Balayage highlights
With balayage highlights, slivers of lighter hair color peek through and create drama against a darker base. From mid-length up to the tips, the highlight gets chunkier, adding contrast and definition.
2. Curly lob with side-swept bangs
There’s something very delicate but alluring about this look. Curls add a hint of playfulness to this layered lob. Topping it all off are soft, side-swept bangs that make this style dainty and feminine.
Editor’s tip: Body and movement are key to achieving this look. Add volume and bounce to your hair with TONI&GUY Volume Plumping Mousse.
3. Layered lob with wispy bangs
Defined by an overall jagged look, a layered lob or bob with wispy bangs instantly creates an edgy, high-fashion look. The lack of volume is intentional, accentuating the contours of your face—something to go for if you’d like a runway-ready look!
4. Long layered hair with bangs
This look has “bohemian” written all over it! With its feathery soft waves and full bangs, you give off a carefree, fun-loving vibe. With the layers amplifying your hair’s texture, this look goes well with second-day hair.
Editor’s tip: If you love creating soft waves, then TONI&GUY High Definition Spray Wax is for you. It adds shape, flexibility, and shine for a sharp, finished look.
5. Shoulder-length hair with blunt bangs
Got naturally flat hair? Layers will help give it shape and texture. To show off your layers, blow dry your hair while brushing the tips inwards to create a J-shape. Then, finish with hair serum for added shine.
6. Layered bob with curtain bangs
If you don’t want to cover your forehead entirely, go for curtain bangs. This type of fringe seamlessly goes with a layered haircut. Pair this with a wavy bob and you’ll give off a chic, K-Pop vibe that will surely turn heads.
Editor’s tip: Keep your waves soft, shiny, and nourished by applying Cream Silk Standout Straight Leave-On Cream.
With layered haircuts, you can go from flirty and feminine to edgy and cool. Add bangs to the picture and you’ve got a whole additional range of playful looks to experiment with! We hope you find the best combo that suits your personality, hair color, and facial features. Have fun!
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