The Most Flattering Layered Hairstyles For Long Hair

Flippy Layers

Having lots of flippy layers makes it simple to achieve a salon-quality blowout at home because they instantly provide bounce and volume when styled with a blowdryer.

Face-Framing Layers

Face-framing layers are not limited to short hairstyles. Long locks simply make room for additional layers.

Chin-Grazing Layers

Chin-length fringe will work well if you want to add shorter layers but aren't ready to commit to full fringe.

Face-Framing Layers with Curtain Bangs

With curtain fringe at the top, the layers of this long hairstyle begin to frame the face and extend all the way to the ends.

Simple Long Layers with A Middle Part

A central segment is the ideal complement to long layers. When styling, adding curls lets the layers really show off.

Blunt Bangs with Long Layers

Long layers and blunt fringe work well together to create a low-maintenance but stylish style.

Shaggy Layers

Consider this hairstyle to be the ideal fusion of long and short hair. While maintaining a smooth and glossy appearance, the shaggy layers instantly add volume.