A two-layer haircut may seem a bit old-school, as stylists around the world encourage cutting your hair in multiple layers. However, the more the better is not always a sure-fire way to modernize and upgrade your locks. Cut them in two layers and you`ll appreciate the beauty of minimalism!
So, when do you need a two-layer cut and what types of this cut are there? Among the trendiest variants the mullet cut and the step haircut should be mentioned first. Mullets look a bit retro, they have a short voluminous top and a longer bottom layer. A step cut is very similar to modern layered styles. The only difference is that step haircuts have layers that do not blend, they are well defined. See both and many other examples of two-layer haircuts below.
#1: Long Two-Layered Haircut
#2: Two-Layer Haircut with Long Side Bangs
#3: Two-Level Ashy Beach Waves
#4: Two-Layer Shoulder Length Cut
#5: Long Layers with Subtle Brown Highlights
#6: Highlighted Two-Layered Short Haircut
#7: Strawberry Blonde Long Layered Hair
#8: Two-Layer Bob Haircut with Bangs
#9: Waist-Length Haircut with Shorter Layers
#10: Medium Mullet-Like Haircut
Short or long, two-layer haircuts, if to compare with heavily layered styles, have a lot of “followers” too. Such styles look very free-spirited and unconventional. They ooze a special charm. Wanna have a unique hairstyle that will excel you in any environment? This was a rhetorical question. You’ve just found it, right?