Celeb Hairstyles to Steal: Layered Hair
Layered hair can add dimension to any style, texture, and length. Layering is a quick fix for tons of hair woes: It thins out super-thick tresses, adds volume to limp locks, gives short hair more body, and keeps longer hair looking healthy. We've rounded up some of the best celeb styles to inspire your next luxurious, layered look!
Soft layers can add a ton of dimension to a blunt bob. Hilary Duff’s short, layered look is easy to copy with a middle part and some texturizing spray.
Jenna Elfman is the queen of layers. Even at a pixie length, Jenna’s layered style adds tons of trendy character to her short ‘do. Super-short layered hair is ideal for women with a slight wave to their hair.
Stacked layers starting between the cheek and chin are ideal for women who want to thin out super-thick hair without losing any volume. Nicole Beharie’s short layers make her sideswept, medium-length hair look laid-back and luxurious.
Keri Russell is no stranger to hard-to-style hair textures. Although her look is more relaxed these days, she still knows the value layers can bring to your hair style: You’re able to keep length and volume without the drying and styling time required with thick, textured, single-length hair.
Super-long hair almost always calls for layers. Maintaining length can be difficult, and layers allow a little bit of forgiveness when it comes to dry, damaged ends and split ends. They also keep long hair from looking flat and dull.
Add dimension to long, straight hair with layers that start below the shoulder. Bella Thorne’s soft layers make the ends of her hair look healthy and natural. Use a flat iron to softly curl under the tips of long layers for an easy, feminine look.
Medium length hair without layering can look dull and weighed down. Christina Hendrick’s long, barely-there layers add movement and volume to her shoulder-length hair.
Kim Kardashian is proof that layers look good with stick-straight hair. Simple long layers add body and dimension to this sleek look.
Julia Roberts face-framing layers and middle part give her hair a sophisticated, pulled-together style. Swept back, chin-length layers are playful and universally flattering.
Kristen Wiig’s stylish bob looks beachy and carefree with minimal layering. Layers are great for women who prefer to rock their natural texture: The differing lengths makes it easy to style and keeps your wavy locks from looking ragged.