One good reason to love layers is for the simple fact that they can create the illusion of full hair on the finest of hair types. Another good reason: It’s versatile. Layers can be done on any length of hair whether you have a short pixie or long locks; you can even complement the look with a fringe. Right now, we’re into long layered hair with bangs.
As many of us know, bangs are not the easiest thing to commit to; however, a good fringe can instantly give you a makeover. If you have long layered hair and want to reinvent the look for a change, go with a fringe.
Long Layered Hair With Bangs
Ahead we’ve rounded up some of our top favorite long layered hair with bang styles. Scroll down to get inspiration for the new look.
1. The Blow Out
The fresh-out-of-the-salon look. Maintain the volume of your hair throughout the week with the help of dry shampoo like TRESemmé Fresh & Clean Dry Shampoo. This dry shampoo will help you keep this style full and fresh without you needing to re-style.
2. Peek-a-Boo Bangs
Recreate this cool piecey effect with the help of some Emerge Style Goals Gel. You only need a pea-size amount to separate your strands and maintain some hold.
3. Fine Haired Bangs
Paired with a long fine-haired layered cut, this look makes the case for a super-thin fringe.
4. French Girl Bangs
If you’re looking for a lived-in look, take cues from the French. Rough-dry your hair to create and enhance your texture.
5. Flowy Fringe
This fringe blends right in with the long layered cut. If you’re after a look that can be worn multiple ways, look no further than getting a bang this length.
6. The Long Shag
Take inspiration from the short shag look to recreate this long shaggy fringe style.
7. Teeny-Tiny Fringe
The long layered haircut is reinvented with a deconstructed bang look.
8. Sharp Fringe
The classic long straight layered looks get an update with a bold, sharp fringe.
9. Side Part Fringe
Play with the position of your fringe to create a flowy effect that complements your long layers. Give it a textured finish with a few spritzes of Suave Dry Texture Finishing Spray.
The long voluminous layers paired up with a simple side-swept fringe.
11. Spaced-Out Fringe
We like to call this the lazy girl fringe. Why? All you need is your fingers to style it. Finger comb your bangs to create space and dimension.
12. Thick Fringe
You can go one of two ways with this long layered cut: A razored piecey fringe, or a super thick and chunky look. We’re obsessed with the latter.
13. Undone Bang
There are no rules when it comes to how you wear your fringe. If you don’t like the pin-straight look, go for the undone look.
14. Wet and Wavy Bangs
No matter the season, you can recreate this look with the help of a gel or some serum. Re-apply as you style to build up with shine.
Are you thinking about trying out one of these styles? Be sure to snap a picture and tag us over @AllThingsHairUS!