#3: Shoulder Length Haircut with Flicked Ends
If your hair’s length is medium to long, consider spicing up your cut with flicked, choppy ends. Layers define and add interest to all hair styles, but flicked ends work especially well if you like the quick rough blow-dry styling. Thick hair types can hold flicked out layers best.
#2: Feathered Brunette Lob Cut
A feathered cut with long layers gives texture and body to an otherwise plain basic cut. Slight graduation allows for a fluid look while a great blow out showcases lots of volume and movement.
#3: Shoulder Length Haircut with Flicked Ends
If your hair's length is medium to long, consider spicing up your cut with flicked, choppy ends. Layers define and add interest to all hair styles, but flicked ends work especially well if you like the quick rough blow-dry styling. Thick hair types can hold flicked out layers best.
#4: Mid-Length Two-Tier Cut for Thick Hair
A two-tiered mid length layered hair is an unorthodox approach to layering. This cut with shoulder length layers is an ideal choice for those who want some dimension without a fully sectioned look.
#5: Shoulder-Length Hairstyle with Long Swoopy Layers
Medium length layered haircuts boost manageability. Shorter cuts take less time to style overall while layering removes density that increases the duration of styling.
#6: Straight Rounded Lob with Chunky Razored Layers
Razor cutting is a technique that stylists employ to refine sections and thin ends out. Thinner ends cause pieces to look more blended. This lob is a perfect fluent look yet with depth originating from the cut and coloring.
#7: Medium Layered Wavy Cut
Heavy layering pairs better with above the shoulder or mid-length cuts for dense, healthy hair. This allows for more bulk to be removed as is required for hairstyles with bangs and layers.
#8: Mid-Length Haircut With Side Layers
Layers don't have to go all over your head to add the desired dimension. A beautiful mid-length style with side layers can frame your face in a complimenting way, especially if your neck is long or your face shape is oval.
#9: Elongated Layered Haircut for Straight Hair
The style with V-cut layers allows for more styling potential. A single length haircut hangs limp without any movement and may conceal the natural contours of your face, whereas layered haircuts for medium hair can be shaped according to your unique facial constitution.
#10: Medium Messy Feathered Cut
Face-framing highlights are youthful and imitate the natural bleaching from the sun during summertime. Match this with a tousled style to achieve an effortless-looking ready-to-wear hairdo.
#11: Medium Hairstyle with Layered Bottom
Straight hair can benefit from layers mostly when they are concentrated at the bottom of the hair length. If your hair is especially thick to top it off, ask your stylist to cut your ends with layers to keep it bright yet impactful, not heavy.
#12: Medium Feathered Haircut for Thick Hair
A medium layered hair style is a beloved friend of thick women's hair. Your hair won't appear heavy with this type of fresh cut. Layers hold especially well with thick hair and add some much needed movement to an otherwise blocky look.
#13: Brunette Feathered Bob with Piece-y Bangs
A haircut with bangs is not often what thicker textures gravitate towards, however incorporating a piecey fringe in which some of the bulk is trimmed out can make this trend a viable option. Blow drying hair and separating the bangs with your fingers enhance the pieceyness.
#14: Point Cut Bob with Caramel Balayage
In case you've got plain-looking straight hair or a blunt hairstyle you are bored to wear, soften it up with a point cut bob. By cutting the hair at an angle, it instantly appears textured. A point cut bob looks great on a variety of hair hues, but balayages in fresh colors like caramel seem to be particularly light and bright nowadays.
#15: V-Cut Layers for Thick Hair
A great option in medium length layered haircuts is V cut layers. Hair is kept long in the back as the layers surrounding your face gradually draw in towards the back of the head. Medium long hair holds this style best as length is necessary to let v-cut layers shine.
#16: Swoopy Layers for Voluminous and Dynamic Hair
The bigger the hair, the better the swoop! Layers of this nature are fantastic for hair with a lot of volume and texture. Swoopy layers are dimensional yet smooth, so the hair looks sleek, yet full of movement.
#17: Layered and Flipped
Here’s an ideal style for medium length hair that looks heavy. It’s also perfect for women who have long hair and want to make it a little bit shorter. The first layers start somewhere in the middle of the length and descend towards the ends in stacked pieces. The result is a bouncy, adorable haircut with volume and movement to spare. Flip those ends using a curling iron, a straightener, or a blow dryer and a round brush.
#18: Straight, Sleek, and Layered
This cut is simple but sweet, plus the upkeep and styling are easy-breezy. A bit of product and clever blow drying will keep the layers distinct, creating a sassy, tousled ‘do. Try this as a transitional cut during the growing out process, or just to enjoy something that styles effortlessly.
#19: Long Layers for Medium Length Hair
Long layers are lovely in medium hair that falls past the shoulders. These layers are somewhat subtle as well – as if sprinkled throughout this gorgeous thick mane. The subtle reverse ombre is also very pretty.
#20: Voluminous Wavy Layered Hairstyle with Bangs
The key to more volume is healthy hair and a good styling routine. To promote volume, scrunch in a volumizing mousse when having your head upside down. Blow dry hair without a brush and simultaneously tousle it for a quicker dry and added body. As curly hair is inherently more voluminous, incorporate a wave or curl accomplished with a larger barrel size. Finish with a texturizing spray and even some dry shampoo for a root lift.
#21: Long Bob with Flipped Layered Ends
There are countless manipulations for shoulder length layered hair. A long bob with flipped ends is a simple yet polished approach that everyone can incorporate into their personal look book. This hairstyle is easy to achieve either with a straightening iron or a blow dryer and a round brush.
#22: Thick Longer Cut with Textured Ends
Thicker hair holds more texture, and layers are very desirable for such hair. Bring pictures of medium length layered hairstyles you like to your stylist, so they can give you the shape and texture you prefer.
#23: Soft Medium Length Shag
Today’s layered haircuts are beautifully enhanced by color. This honey blonde layered bob with very light face-framing balayage highlights is absolutely adorable. The color, texture and length couldn’t be better!
#24: Fringy Layers and Dimensional Highlights
If you've got more than one tone in your hair, then you'll need layers to match that variety. Not everyone can handle fringy layers, but multi-dimensional color comes to life with them.
#25: Layered, Flipped, and Tousled
This is the kind of hairstyle that looks effortless to the casual observer, as if it took a few minutes to achieve. Actually it takes a bit longer than that and requires some heat styling, but with practice, it’s easy to perfect this ‘do within 20 minutes or less.
#26: Bob Cut with Symmetrical Swoopy Layers
One of the more unique layered hairstyles out there plays not on variety but rather symmetry. If you prefer a polished medium length hairstyle, consider consistent, even layers.
#27: Shoulder-Length Haircut with Long V-Layers
Light layering is a solution for those who want more dimension along with less voluminous hair. If your hair is not naturally fluffy, fewer layers make it heavier. Adding long layers in key areas like around the crown and face provides the right amount of movement without elimination of body.
#28: Shoulder Length Cut with Jagged Ends
Blunt ends can make hair fall flat. Your stylist may use a razor on mid-length hair to create jagged ends that add an emphasis to otherwise plain-looking hair. Let your hair dry naturally for a relaxed vibe or blow out to make your layers pop.
#29: Layered Haircut for Thick Wavy Hair
Layers can add the much needed style to hair, especially if it's extra thick. For shoulder length layered hair that wows, throw in some lively flicked layers and enhance them with delicious caramel highlights.
#30: Uneven Layered Bob for Thick Hair
The uneven bob is a sister of the A-line haircut. Giving your stylist free reign to create different shapes and lines in the hair is sure to result in a funky and unique haircut.
#31: Curly Layered Bob
When you have volume in a short style it is important to incorporate layers in hair. Not only will this provide a more flattering and modern shape for your bob, but it will also keep the attention on your beautiful face.
#32: Flipped Lob with Swoopy Back-Swept Layers
Here’s a modern take on Farrah Fawcett’s hairstyles for medium layered hair. Start by sectioning off locks in the bottom, middle, and top. Beginning with the lowest section, use a straightening iron to flip the hair out. Then, repeat throughout the remaining tiers.
#33: Medium Golden Bronde Shag
Today’s shag haircuts are a refined version of traditional punk rock hairstyles. Shags require a ton of texturizing by employing razors or thinning shears through the whole head.
#34: Longer Hairstyle with Feathered Bottom
A rounded cut with feathered layering gives the illusion of thicker hair while still generating body. Schedule regular trims with a maximum of eight weeks in-between to ensure that the fullness is maintained.
#35: Two-Tier Caramel Blonde Lob
The medium hair with long layers is manageable and healthy. This cut is recommended for thick hair, as it gives the needed movement to the ends and makes the final look more interesting compared to the uniform one-length cut.
#36: Perfect Layered Blonde Bob with Bangs
The trick to finding your ultimate style is to analyze each feature of your face and decide which you want to enhance or camouflage. Gearing your cut towards these choices is what makes a standard haircut customized.
#37: Two-Layer Bob for Thick Hair
Every woman dreams of thick, healthy locks. For added shine, moisturize hair with a leave-in conditioner and seal with an oil-based serum. To promote thickness, massage castor oil into the scalp and stick to your scheduled cuts.
#38: Medium Messy Curly Cut
Layers and tousled curls along with dimensional highlights break up the density of thicker hair. As a result, you achieve a luscious hairstyle that looks and feels airy, making this a perfect solution of a medium hairdo for thick, heavy hair.
#39: Feathered V-Layers
This v-layered style reminds us of a horse’s mane flying free in the meadow breeze. Medium layered haircuts are the best of both worlds - a manageable length and enough to work with at the ends. Short feathered layers frame the face, while longer layers in the back draw the eye downward.
#40: Heat-Free Layered Hairstyle
This messy textured style has many benefits: it doesn’t require hot tools, which prevents breakage, and it won’t take a lot of time to create. The key to a chic wash and go style is a great texturizing spray and a haircut with structure.
#41: Shoulder Length Layered Hair
The addition of V-cut layers is an excellent way to create lift, body, and shape for your casual hairstyles. Layers keep hair from being too heavy, which is essential for medium length and long tresses. In this case, the layered hair is reminiscent of the shag, but this is a fresh take on the old favorite.
#42: Swoopy Layers for Mid-Length Hair
Add definition to mid-length hair by incorporating swoopy layers. This style of layered hair works great on nearly every face shape but especially well if your shape is long or oval.
#43: Salty Beach Blonde Layers
Short-to-medium layered hairstyles are great, because a choppy style is simple, fun, and easy to maintain. Give a lot of texture to the back with a sea salt spray. Bright blonde highlights (either natural or created) brighten and finish this look!
#44: Layered Wavy Lob
Long bobs are popular for a reason: they are flattering on everyone, versatile and modern. This hand-painted lob features shorter layered hair in the back to add volume without weighing the overall haircut down.
#45: Medium Length Bedhead
Mid-length hair is extraordinarily versatile, not to mention that it’s typically easy to style. Add layers in various lengths, give them a tousle, and walk out the door - it’s as simple as that. A tousled bedhead ‘do takes no time, it always looks hot, and it’s effortlessly sexy.
#46: Long Layers for Messy Lob
Lobs may be trendy, but there is a reason why so many women gravitate to this cut. Lobs let you wear your hair 'short' while still keeping the length that feels feminine. Try a lob with longer layers instead of a blunt cut to appear playful yet polished instead of severe.
#47: Choppy Waves Ahead, Captain!
Do you want to create a new style with layers? Take this example! The longer side bangs give a bit more height to the top when swept over, and the dimension of the layers is quite eye-catching. Use a very light blonde highlight all over to create a look that is bright and bouncy!
#48: Brown and Blonde Feathers
Layered haircuts can work for all hair types, and they are definitely cute! This blonde look is created by feathering the top layer to the ear level, and then adding longer, chunky layers to the back.
#49: Two-Tier Lob for Thick Hair
If fine hair needs added dimension, then thick hair has some room to play around. A two-tier lob gives off a polished appearance that avoids choppy layers. If you wear your hair straight, consider this unique cut the next time you're at the salon.
#50: Caramel Lob with Delicate Layers
Not every layered hairstyle has to go crazy. In fact, delicate layers work best for layered bobs and lobs if you're not into over-the-top styling or have fine hair. Play to your strengths and use layers like you would, highlighting only where they add interest and dimension.
#51: Shaggy Lob with Beach Waves
Beachy waves are perfect for the girl who desires a medium layered haircut without having the stress of styling. These layers are more organic and don't need to be blown out or curled to achieve their laid back effect.
#52: Medium Hairstyle with Perky Feathery Layers
Medium long hair is ideal for the woman seeking layers with pizzazz. Perky, feathered layers might overpower a short hair style or fall flat under the weight of long hair, but medium hair pulls off the style well.
#53: Mid-Length Cut with Curled Layers
Try dressing up a mid-length style with some curl and volume. Blow dry with a round brush, giving the lift to the roots and flicking the ends or use a curling iron to define the ends of layers for added texture.
#54: Loose and Layered
Everything about this cut is simple, elegant, and easy to style. The layers are rather long, and there are just enough of them to invite the needed movement, lift, and bounce.
#55: Medium Length Cascade
This is a soft, sweet look that doesn’t take too long to style or maintain either. The layers begin at the chin level and create a two-tiered hairstyle that pumps the top part and shows off fun feathers of the bottom section.
#56: Medium Angled Purple Bob
The highlight of this haircut is definitely the combination of contrasting colors. It’s a fun mix of hard and soft hues. Medium length hairstyles for women get a totally fresh take thanks to such non-trivial hair color solutions.
#57: Platinum Layered Side Part
Medium length layered styles are super popular at the moment because they can be transformed to suit any personal preference. The side part balayage hairstyle is a great classy option for everyday wear.
#58: Effortlessly Tousled
The bedhead look is sexy, and easy to style in no time. The same is true for many shoulder length hairstyles that make use of layers. Give your hair a quick brush or finger comb it, spray on some texturizing spray and hairspray, and voila!
#59: Medium Cut with Side Bangs
Texture does not look its best in medium haircuts without the right color and style. Undone waves work well with rich, polished shades of brown and face framing layers. The result is a chic, effortless look.
#60: Middle Part and Medium Length
Medium long styles are optimal if you love versatility in hairstyles. Layers done with a razor to thin the ends will make your hair fall in a more flattering way and won’t distract from your face.
#61: Burgundy Bob with Long Layers
Match your unique burgundy color to an equally unique cut by incorporating long layers. To keep hair looking long while still rocking a bob, have your stylist cut layers that are long and sleek.
A collarbone bob haircut doesn't require much layering, although it will look smarter with some distinct layering through the front tresses and bangs while the back sticks to one length.
#63: Chic Medium Shag
Nowadays, the chicest looks are those that don’t look like they required much effort and time. Layered hairstyles fit the bill perfectly because they make even the messiest cuts appear elegant. Pair with flirty lashes and soft red lip color.
#64: Medium Haircut with Fiery Ombre Layers
Love wearing your hair in the popular ombre style? Complete your new color with a medium length layered hairstyle by focusing your layers at the bottom half of your hair where the color is bright and fiery.
#65: Long Angled Bob with Chopped Layers
An angled bob instantly goes from severe to laid back with fun, choppy layers. Mimic the difference in length by chopping layers shorter at the back of the head and angling them down as you get closer to your beautiful face!
#66: Layered Haircut With Cropped Locks On The Crown
The base of this hairstyle is the classic layered haircut. The shortened locks on the crown boost volume. This style will look the most impressive on naturally fine locks. It’s an ideal version for a round face. Hair powder would be the best styling product to maintain the shape of this sexy hairstyle.
#67: Celebrities Love Layers
Cameron Diaz is a celebrity who sticks to mid-length layered haircuts and looks absolutely adorable with her layered blonde locks styled tousled. To re-create the hairstyle like Cameron’s, you need to add some lift at your roots and pay special attention to the ends, shaping them with a curling iron. This hairstyle can be worn both side-parted and centre-parted.
#68: Ash Blonde Bob with Light Long Layers
Blonde hair is usually fine, but that doesn't mean style has to be sacrificed! Keep layers light and soft for extra movement that will still look natural. Don't shy away from framing your face for a smooth transition between layers if you've got a layered haircut with bangs.
#69: Brunette Messy Shag
The shag is back and is one of the most preferred medium layered hairstyles today. However, a shag doesn't mean you have to abandon a polished look for style! Try wearing layers that are staggered for a unique texture without sacrificing the length.
#70: Straight Layered Tresses in A-Line Hairstyles
Freely falling straight tresses around your face are an excellent alternative to the sweet and lovely curls described above. A flat iron is the best tool to achieve the ideally straight strands with natural shine. This accurate A-line hairstyle will do fine for every day wear or complete your evening look.
Summing up, it should be mentioned that layered haircuts have deservedly become classics. They have gained so many fans through the years of their popularity. A variety of hairstyles on the base of layered haircuts amaze with diversity, because you can do layering for hair of any type. Besides, layers can correct your face shape. All those pictures above show that layered haircuts flatter everyone. Bangs are a perfect compliment for such chic cuts. They can be asymmetric and edgy or straight and blunt. You only need to find your ideal variety of layered haircut. Pairing it with the right coloristic solution, you’ll be able to come up with a statement style that brings out your personality and highlights the stronger points of your appearance.