The long hairstyles layered can be a great option when you want to make stylish option for your own appearance. The layered hairstyles can serve as different functions. The layers can add volumes to the thin and fair hair. The layers can add softening effect to your facial features. The layers can also make the overall simple and plain style become very attractive and chic. All in all, the layered style can make a seemingly simple cut become highly amazing and attractive and you can certainly improve your look without having to do extra work. or any efforts.

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Long Hairstyles Layered Bangs

This kind of hairstyle can look great when you also add bangs for it. Consider the style worn by Carly Rae Jepsen or by Reese Witherspoon. They come with layered style and different kinds of bangs. Jepsen comes with full blunt bangs while Witherspoon comes with thin bangs, but they are able to achieve the same effect: they both look great and stylish.

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Long Hairstyles Layered Straight

The straight hair texture can be made attractive when you add layers on it. Such style can be seen on Jennifer Anniston hair-do. She always looks great and natural with her layered straight style. You can also consider the hair-do by Eva Longoria. She definitely looks hot and sexy with layered cuts.

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Long Hairstyles Layered in Front

The long layered style in front can really improve your look. With such style, you can soften your facial features and structure, especially if you have round or rectangular face. such style can also create attractive visual effect. When you tie your hair down, the cut makes your hair look short and in bob style.

Long Hairstyles Layered Thick Hair

Layers are also good for thick hair. Consider the style by Tiffany Amber Thiessen or Carrie Underwood. The layers somehow manage to ‘battle’ the thickness and volume of the hair while keeping the hair stylish and chic at the same time. You can also pair it up with central parting or side swept bangs.

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