The Struggles of Having Long Hair
60 Haircuts to Copy If You’re Bored with Your Current ‘Do
60 Haircuts to Copy If You’re Bored with Your Current ‘Do | @stylecaster
This textured, platinum pixie is short and fresh, but still has feminine flair.
Who says you can't have platinum gray braids? No one, that's who.
Natural hair not only looks gorgeous in a short crop, but it's also easy to maintain. Win-win.
Want an easy style? Consider the blunt bob with shorter layers worn to the side.
Really accentuate your naturally curly hair with a medium-length bob.
Style your long bob with plenty of loose waves for extra glamour.
To lengthen the neck and draw attention to the collarbone, ask your stylist for a long bob, slightly angled toward the front.
Photo: Kensington Way
For thicker hair, part unevenly to the side with long, tousled layers.
Just because you have naturally curly hair doesn't mean you can't rock bangs.
A flattering 'do for your pixie cut is having with long bangs and volume at the crown.
For added light, volumized texture, add long layers in the front.
To your medium-length haircut, add blunt, straight-across bangs.
For a flattering, easy-to-maintain style, cut your hair just below the collarbone.
To elongate and slim round faces, a choppy bob is perfect—especially parted down the center.
Have finer hair and want bangs? Tip: Make 'em wispy and U-shaped.
Want a subtle, yet edgy cut? The asymmetrical bob is it.
Isn't this look so tomboy-chic? If you have natural curls, cut the hair short in the back, and keep it longer up front for a fresh look.
A blunt, severe look like this is best-suited for those with super-straight hair.
If you have fine hair and want a long bob, avoid cutting too many layers. All you need are a few around your face and some longer ones in the back for length and movement.
If you have long hair, throw in some subtle layers for added body and waves.
Despite what you may have heard or read, having long hair doesn't mean you have to have tons of layers. Subtle layers look just as a good.
Short hair with long, side-swept bangs look fantastic under hats and with hair accessories.
A lightly tousled pixie in a rich brunette shade looks warm and stunning.
Embrace your natural hair, but take it one step further: Bleach it.
If you can't commit to bangs, try this trick instead: Part your hair to the side, and pin or tuck your front strands behind the ears.
If you have a long face, this style is perfect for you: long, center-parted hair with face-framing highlights, and shoulder-length layers.
This low-maintenance look can be worn straight, wavy, or anywhere in-between.
A chin-length bob like this one is super-cute, slimming, and looks great with long bangs.
Long, grown-out bangs don't have to feel awkward. Add choppy ends and subtle curls, and you have a laid-back look.
Keep the length, ask for long, face-framing layers.
Sometimes, long hair calls for layers, making it much easier to create a flirty, tousled, wavy look.
A layered bob, on the longer side, allows for a low-maintenance hairstyle.
Cutting your hair with a razor (instead of getting blunt layers) gives your hair a delicate look.
If you want to add beachy texture to your hair, try out slightly angled layers and add some highlights.
If you have a larger, looser curl pattern, just know youcanrock super-short hair. This photo is proof.
A shoulder-length blunt cut is not only versatile, but it's also easy to style.
Photo: Daria Daria
Ladies with thick locks, try a blunt cut. It'll give your hair ultimate bounce.
The most versatile bangs? They're long and cheekbone-skimming—and look just as gorgeous parted and framing the face as they do combed to one side.
Just because you have short hair, doesn't mean you can't rock the asymmetrical look.
The bold go for a short pixie cut. It's a chic and statement-making style.
Sometimes you don't even need to take sheers to your hair. Change up your part instead. Deep side parts are classic and glamorous and work on all face shapes and hair types.
Ladies with natural curls: Try cutting your hair bob-length and combing it out for an extra-volume look.
If you want a messy bob, ask for long layers on your short hair. It'll help add movement.
If you have long hair and want layers, ask for soft layers that begin at the shoulders and cascade down.
Thick, blunt bangs and tousled, messy layers work perfectly together.
Go extra short with your bob, and create texture adding in some loose curls.
Get yourself some blunt bangs that transition seemlessly into the rest of your hair.
Gray may have had a major moment in 2019, but it's still very muchin.
If you have extra-long hair, then why not go with long bangs to match?
Layered, tapered bangs look particularly great when you pull your hair up in a stylish ponytail.
Keep the bob short and sweet and blunt.
Piecey bangs look particularly cute when paired with shorted, layered hair.
Create texture and volume with layers.
This shoulder-length cut makes creating beachy waves easy.
If you have a blunt cut, curl the hair at the ends to create wave and volume.
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