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Short Layered Haircuts For Every Hair Type

Curly Shag

Model Alanna Arrington cuts layers throughout her shag with expertly clipped bangs to make her curly hair bouncy and attractive.

Layered Lob

Several professional hairstylists use layers to give dimension and movement to bobs and lobs.

Tightly Coiled

Layers look great on tightly wound curls and thin hairstyles. They are versatile and shapely. Layering curly hair depends on its consistency.

Color Play

Layers enhance dimensional dye jobs. Layers add movement and texture, making highlights and lowlights seem cooler.

Full Volume

Layers create volume, remember? Braided layers may give your hair maximum fullness, based on your texture.

Layered Shag

Today's coolest haircut is the '60s-inspired shag. Layered shags require thick hair. Movement and piecey sections are better sans stringiness.

Add Some Bangs

This may not suit you if you have your locks up or back. This might be your new hallmark style if you appreciate disheveled hair and product experimentation.

Volume in the Front

For something like a shorter frizzy crop, front layers frame your face and lighten the rear.

Amazing Fullness

Super-full styles need layers. Choose a stunning layered crochet wig if your hair isn't long enough.

Curly Bangs

Color diversity enhances this naturally curling shag. Dimension, movement, and a desire to curl and cut our hair.

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