50 Layered Hairstyles With Bangs November 29, 2016

A prominent forehead and a bush of wavy hair. As someone who has lived all her life with both thee, I have become quite an expert in looking for hairstyles that can complement these features. Intense research and experimentation over the years have made me conclude—getting your hair cut in layers and some bangs are our best options.

Getting your hair cut in layers will make your life so much easier. For one, if your hair is that weird wavy texture, getting a layered cut will open up your curls and cascade down beautifully. It also means lesser time spent on styling it! Secondly, a layered cut will reduce some unnecessary volume from your hair and also prevent it from knotting and tangling too much. That means you can bid your days of painfully untangling your hair goodbye! And I guess at this point it is common knowledge that bangs are the best solution for anyone who has a prominent forehead. So for your reference, here I have compiled 50 variations of layered hairstyles with bangs. Let’s dive right in!

50 Layered Hairstyle With Bangs That Are Absolutely Stunning:

  1. Loose Curls With Long Bangs
  2. Subtle Waves With Sparse Bangs
  3. Straight Hair And Bangs
  4. Half Pony With Split-Up Bangs
  5. Pouffed Up Bangs
  6. Big Magenta Curls With Side Swept Bangs
  7. Messy Bun And Disheveled Fringe
  8. Top Bun With Two Tiered Bangs
  9. Platinum Short Shag Layers
  10. Fine Layers And Voluminous Bangs
  11. Casual Waves And Center Parted Bangs
  12. Dip Dyed Layers With Blunt Bangs
  13. Short Curly Layers With Front Bangs
  14. Teenage Open Curls And Side Swept Bangs
  15. Roughened Up Shoulder Length Layers
  16. Short Layers Straight Out Of The Bed
  17. Long Layers With Face Framing Bangs
  18. Desert Rose Waves And Straight Bangs
  19. Super Curly Layers With Super Straight Bangs
  20. Straight Ombre Layers And Eye Grazing Bangs
  21. Lustrous Long Layers With Dense Side Swept Bangs
  22. Shallow Layers With Bowl Cut Bangs
  23. Low Waves With Asymmetrical Bangs
  24. Barbie Blonde Layers
  25. Voluminous Curls With Pushed Back Bangs
  26. Three Leveled Layers
  27. Electric Blue Curls And Side Swept Fringe
  28. Dense Rainbow Bangs
  29. Rounded Edges And Bangs
  30. Blow-Dried Edges And Small Bangs
  31. Messed Up Waves And Split Up Bangs
  32. High Half Ponytail
  33. Blunt Bangs Accented By A Headband
  34. Elegant Bumped Up Side Swept Bangs
  35. Bouncy Curls And Voluminous Bangs
  36. Swept Back Curls With Center Parted Bangs
  37. Messy Ponytail With Face Sweeping Fringe
  38. Braided Headband With Straight Bangs
  39. Tightly Curled Layers And Bangs
  40. Layered Pixie
  41. Super Short Waves
  42. Dented Curls And Sweeping Bangs
  43. Beyonce Bangs
  44. Plopped Curls
  45. Quirky Bangs
  46. Curly Layers With Halfway Bangs
  47. Elegant Headband Updo
  48. Messy Textured Braid
  49. Bedhead Layers
  50. Relaxed Curls With Wispy Bangs

1. Loose Curls With Long Bangs

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Let me start off with a look that I am sporting myself right now. These short layers cut on long hair are perfect for someone who has bushy, voluminous hair and does not want to reduce her hair length. The layers will help open up and define the natural texture of your hair, be it curly or straight. The long, face-framing bangs can be styled parted down the middle or the side; it’s your call.

What You Need
  • Blowdryer
  • Round brush
  • Light hold hair spray
How To Style
  1. Partially towel dry your washed, wet hair.
  2. Brush out your hair.
  3. With a round brush, pull down as much hair as you can fit on it at a time and blowdry it.
  4. Roll the ends of your hair around the round brush and blowdry it to create bouncy curls.
  5. When you are done blowdrying all your hair, flip your head forward and shake out all your hair in front of you to get some volume in them.
  6. Part your bangs on one side and finish off with a few spritzes of light hold hair spray.

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2. Subtle Waves With Sparse Bangs

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If you are afraid of getting straight blunt bangs cut for fear of looking like a 12-year-old, these sparse bangs are just for you. The subtle wavy texture creates perfect dents that frame your face. The sparse bangs are not ‘IN YOUR FACE!’ but still, do their job of concealing your forehead and looking cute.

What You Need
  • Heat protectant
  • Texturizing spray
  • Straightening iron
  • 2-inch curling iron
  • Paddle brush
How To Style
  1. Spray on some heat protectant and texturizing spray all over your washed, dried hair.
  2. Picking up 2-inch sections of hair at a time, and wrapping them around the curling iron just twice, curl all your hair.
  3. Run a paddle brush through your curls to open them up and make them look wavy.
  4. Finish off by running a straightening iron through your bangs.

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3. Straight Hair And Bangs

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Dakota Johnson’s signature straight hair and bangs are to die for. Her straight cut bangs strike the perfect balance between cute and sexy. Long layers work wonders in drawing attention to your cleavage, which I am sure helped Johnson out while starring in 50 Shades of Grey *wink wink*.

What You Need
  • Heat protectant
  • Straightening iron
  • Smoothening serum
How To Style
  1. Apply heat protectant all over your washed and dried hair.
  2. Picking up the 1-inch section of hair at a time, straighten all your hair.
  3. Straighten your bangs until they are poker straight.
  4. Rub smoothening serum all over your hands and run them through your hair to get rid of any frizz.

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4. Half Pony With Split-Up Bangs

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OK, I think it’s safe to say that Zooey Deschanel is the undisputed queen of bangs.

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This is probably what she goes through every morning. #thestruggleisreal

If your bangs are being particularly annoying and refusing to settle down (we all have those days), take inspiration from this look where Zooey has simply tied her hair in a cute half ponytail and split her bangs down the middle, instead of trying to make them stay in one place.

What You Need
  • Heat protectant
  • 1.5-inch curling iron
  • Paddle brush
  • Hair elastic
  • Light hold hair spray
How To Style
  1. Prep your washed, dried hair with some heat protectant.
  2. Picking up 2-inch sections of hair at a time, curl the lower half of all your hair.
  3. Leaving out your bangs, brush back all the hair in your first layer and tie it into a high half ponytail.
  4. Curl your bangs by wrapping their ends just once around the curling iron.
  5. Part your bangs down the middle to finish off the look.

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5. Pouffed Up Bangs

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This is wedding hair at its best. When curled, the long layers come together to form a cascading fall of big ringlets down your shoulders. And if you are worried that your bangs will move around a lot and require too much touching up, you can pin them back in a pouf to get a more polished look.

What You Need
  • Heat protectant
  • Straightening iron
  • 2-inch curling iron
  • Teasing comb
  • Fine toothed comb
  • Bobby pins
  • Medium hold hair spray
How To Style
  1. Prep your washed, dried hair with some heat protectant.
  2. Straighten all your hair.
  3. Picking 3-inch sections of hair at a time, curl the lower half of all your hair.
  4. Flip all your hair in front, over both your shoulder.
  5. Gently twirl all the curls together so that they come together and become one big curl.
  6. Tease down some hair right behind your bangs.
  7. With a fine-toothed comb, smoothen down your bangs over your teased hair.
  8. Gather the bangs in the center and pin them at the back of your head to make a pouf.
  9. Finish off with some medium hold hair spray to prevent the curls from unfurling throughout the day.

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6. Big Magenta Curls With Side Swept Bangs

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If you have always dreamed of giving your hair a funky color, this is your chance. These short layers on long hair have been taken to another level with the help of a bright magenta shade and big bouncy curls. The side swept bangs have been kept long to blend into the layers.

What You Need
  • Heat protectant
  • 2-inch curling iron
  • Paddle brush
How To Style
  1. Apply heat protectant all over your washed and dried hair.
  2. Picking up big 3 inch chunks of hair at a time, curl the lower 2/3rd section of all your hair.Do not roll your hair around your curling right up till the roots.
  3. Part your bangs on the side you prefer.
  4. Gently run a paddle brush throughout your curls to open them up and give you a softer look.

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7. Messy Bun And Disheveled Fringe

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We all know how to tie a messy bun. But no one does a messy bun better than Selena Gomez. Her layered hair adds more dimension to the bun by sticking out of it in places. And, the disheveled fringe adds an air of careless nonchalance to the whole look.

What You Need
  • Texturizing spray
  • Big hair elastic
  • Bobby pins
  • Straightening iron
How To Style
  1. Spray lots of texturizing spray on all your hair.
  2. Gather all your hair and roll it into a messy bun on top of your head.
  3. Secure this bun with a big hair elastic twisted around it twice.
  4. To further secure the bun, insert some bobby pins into it wherever you feel it is loose and most likely to open up from.
  5. Finish off by roughly straightening your bangs and styling them whichever way you want.

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8. Top Bun With Two Tiered Bangs

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With her cutesy, quirky, and unconventional style, Maisie Williams took the red carpet by storm recently. Case in point: These faux bangs that she sported under a flat-top bun at the 2016 Emmy Awards. So what if her bangs were fake? You can totally go for some straight blunt bangs with longer sides to frame your face.

What You Need
  • Texturizing spray
  • Fine toothed comb
  • Hair elastic
  • Bobby pins
  • Straightening iron
  • Light hold hair spray
How To Style
  1. Prep your washed, dried hair with some texturizing spray.
  2. Leaving out your bangs, comb all your hair back with a fine toothed comb and tie it into a super high ponytail right at the top of your head.
  3. Twist this ponytail right till the end.
  4. Now roll the twisted ponytail into a neat, flat bun.
  5. Secure this bun to your head by pushing bobby pins into it from all directions.
  6. Straighten your bangs.
  7. Finish off with some light-hold hairspray to prevent the bun from loosening up throughout the day.

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9. Platinum Short Shag Layers

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Who says you can’t get layers into your short shag hair? This adorable cut in platinum blonde hair will make you look like a tree faerie. Or an adorable pixie! The windswept look created by blowdrying your hair will make you look absolutely adorable.

What You Need
  • Volumizing mousse
  • Round brush
  • Blowdryer
  • Texturizing spray
How To Style
  1. Spread a dollop of volumizing mousse throughout your washed, wet hair.
  2. With the ends of your hair rolled around the round brush and the brush pulled back, blowdry all your hair.
  3. Bend your head forward and shake out all your hair to add more volume to it.
  4. Part your hair on one side.
  5. Finish off with some texturizing spray to add more hold to your wavy hair.

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10. Fine Layers And Voluminous Bangs

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This layered look is a quintessential teenage hairstyle. All you need to do is get your hair cut in layers that are concentrated at the ends of your medium length hair, and long side swept bangs that dramatically sweep across half your face.

What You Need
  • Heat protectant
  • Straightening iron
  • Smoothening serum
How To Style
  1. Apply heat protectant throughout your hair.
  2. Straighten all your hair, making sure to bend the iron towards your face while pulling it down.
  3. Create a deep parting on one side.
  4. Finish off with some smoothening serum to get a sleeker look.

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11. Casual Waves And Center Parted Bangs

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I get it that most days you don’t have enough time to style your hair perfectly. Well, these casual layers on shoulder length hair that have been blow-dried into waves take a ridiculously short period to achieve. Plus, the long cheekbone-grazing layers parted down the middle help maintain your effortless vibe.

What You Need
  • Sea salt spray
  • Blowdryer
  • Paddle brush
How To Style
  1. Spritz on some sea salt spray all over your washed, wet hair.
  2. Blowdry all your hair while brushing it out with a paddle brush.
  3. Part your bangs down the middle.
  4. Spray on some more sea salt spray to enhance your waves.

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12. Dip Dyed Layers With Blunt Bangs

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Have you always dreamed of looking like a Manic Pixie Dream Girl? You know, like a girl who has her own unique sense of style and seems like she does not belong on this plane of existence and has probably descended from another ethereal dimension? Well, with these dip-dyed layers and blunt, eye-grazing bangs, you will definitely look like one.

What You Need
  • Hair bleach
  • Hair color of your choice
  • Bowl
  • Hair dyeing brush
  • Aluminum foil
  • Round brush
  • Blowdryer
  • Straightening iron
How To Style
  1. Bleach the ends of your hair until it is down to a blonde shade.
  2. Mix some hair color and conditioner in a bowl.
  3. Apply the hair color mixture to your bleached hair.
  4. Wrap the colored hair in aluminum foil and leave it on for 30 minutes.
  5. Wash and condition your hair to get rid of the excess color.
  6. With the help of a round brush, blowdry all your hair, making sure you turn the round brush towards your face while doing so.
  7. Straighten your bangs to finish off the look

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13. Short Curly Layers With Front Bangs

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Get your short hair cut in layers, and you will never have to worry about knots and tangles again. Some tight curls and straight bangs will make you like a Parisian model right off the runway. And if you decide to dye it a funky color (lavender, perhaps?), you can take your look to a whole new level.

What You Need
  • Blowdryer
  • Heat protectant
  • 1-inch curling iron
  • Medium hold hair spray
How To Style
  1. Blowdry all of your washed, wet hair.
  2. Apply the heat protectant to your hair.
  3. Picking up 1 inch section of hair at a time, curl lower half of all your hair.
  4. Run your fingers through your hair and shake out your curls.
  5. Finish off with a few spritzes of medium hold hair spray to prevent the curls from unfurling throughout the day.

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14. Teenage Open Curls And Side Swept Bangs

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Take a page out of Ashley Greene’s lookbook. With her layered hair swept away from her face in open curls and voluminous side-swept and highlighted bangs, she looks like a true Californian girl headed straight for the beach.

What You Need
  • Texturizing spray
  • Heat protectant
  • 2-inch curling iron
  • Wide-toothed comb
  • Light hold hair spray
How To Style
  1. Prep your washed, dried hair with some texturizing spray and heat protectant.
  2. Picking up big 2 inch chunks of hair at a time, curl all your hair.
  3. When you are curling the hair at the front, make sure you turn the curling iron away from your face.
  4. Gently run a wide-toothed comb through your curls to give them a more relaxed look.
  5. Finish off with a few spritzes of medium hold hairspray to set the curls in place.

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15. Roughened Up Shoulder Length Layers

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Be it red, blonde, or brown, Emma Stone has the uncanny ability to rock any hair color she sports. In this look, she has cut her blonde hair into shoulder-grazing layers and styled them into rough waves. Her deeply parted bangs blend beautifully into the rest of her hair.

What You Need
  • Texturizing spray
  • Hair elastics
  • Bobby pins
  • Fine toothed comb
  • Light hold hair spray
How To Style
  1. Spray on lots of texturizing spray throughout your washed, wet hair.
  2. Divide your hair into two parts, one on either side of your head.
  3. Pick up a 2-inch section of hair from right next to the left side of your parting.
  4. Divide this section of hair into two parts and twist them once with each other.
  5. Now, keep adding more hair from both sides every time you twist these sections of hair with each other.
  6. Once you have reached the end of your head, just turn the two sections of hair with each other and secure the ends with a hair elastic.
  7. Flip this twisted braid up and pin its end on top of your head.
  8. Repeat steps 3 to 7 on the right side of your head.
  9. Leave these twisted braids on overnight.
  10. In the morning, open up your braids and run your fingers through your hair to open your waves up a little.
  11. Create a deep parting on one side and spritz on some light hold hairspray to finish off the look.

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16. Short Layers Straight Out Of The Bed

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Sarah Hyland absolutely nails it with this short bob subtly cut in layers. The bangs in this look are more of a suggestion and form the first layer of her hair cut. All you need is sea salt spray, a curling iron, and 3 minutes of your time to perfect this ‘Straight Out Of Bed’ look.

What You Need
  • Sea salt spray
  • 1-inch curling iron
How To Style
  1. Spray some sea salt spray all over your dry hair.
  2. With a 1-inch curling iron, roughly and randomly curl the very ends of your hair.
  3. Run your fingers through your hair and part it to one side to finish off the look.

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17. Long Layers With Face Framing Bangs

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Now, this is an interesting take on the whole layered hair trend. It is especially suitable for people who do not want to reduce the length of their hair. All you need to do is cut a short layer to frame your face and act as bangs, and leave the long length of your hair alone. Simple!

What You Need
  • Heat protectant
  • Straightening iron
  • Smoothening serum
How To Style
  1. Prep your washed, dried hair with some heat protectant.
  2. Picking up 2-inch sections of hair at a time, straighten all your hair.
  3. When you are straightening the shortest layer and bangs, turn the straightening iron slightly towards your face.
  4. Finish off with some smoothening serum to get a more polished look.

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18. Desert Rose Waves And Straight Bangs

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Emma Roberts is on top of the hair color game with this beautiful dusky desert rose color. The casual waves that she has styled her simply layered medium length hair and side swept bangs are perfect for anyone looking for a low maintenance haircut.

What You Need
  • Heat protectant
  • 1.5-inch curling iron
  • Paddle brush
  • Sea salt spray
How To Style
  1. Apply some heat protectant to your washed, dried hair.
  2. Pick up a 2-inch section of hair, place the curling iron at its halfway point, and wrap the lower half of your hair around it once. In this manner, curl all your hair.
  3. Run a paddle brush throughout your hair to roughen up the curls and create a wavy look.
  4. Finish off by spritzing on some sea salt spray and scrunching up your hair with your hands.

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19. Super Curly Layers With Super Straight Bangs

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Create a beautiful combination of contrasts with your layered hair through this look. While the tight curls accentuate the differing lengths of your layers, the super straight bangs cut across your forehead to create a stark contrast of styles.

What You Need
  • Heat protectant
  • 1-inch curling iron
  • Straightening iron
  • Strong hold hair spray
How To Style
  1. Prep your washed, dried hair with some heat protectant.
  2. Picking up 1-inch sections of hair at a time, curl all your hair.
  3. Straighten your bangs until they are poker straight.
  4. Spritz on some strong-hold hairspray and gently scrunch up your curls with your hands to add more bounce to them.

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20. Straight Ombre Layers and Eye Grazing Bangs

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There is a certain lightness around this blonde ombre style that makes it look very appealing. The shallow cut layers lie daintily on her shoulders and the long eye-grazing bangs give off a cute and innocent vibe.

What You Need
  • Leave-in conditioner
  • Round brush
  • Blowdryer
  • Smoothening serum
How To Style
  1. Rub some leave-in conditioner between your palms and run them through your washed, wet hair.
  2. Blowdry your hair straight by pulling it down with a round brush when doing so.
  3. Finish off with some smoothening serum to get rid of any frizz and puffiness.

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21. Lustrous Long Layers With Dense Side Swept Bangs

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Have a fancy wedding to attend? These super long, slightly curled layers on glossy hair are the perfect look to go for. The deeply parted side swept bangs look adorably chic and add a hint of glamor to the whole look.

What You Need
  • Volumizing mousse
  • Blowdryer
  • Round brush
  • Argan oil
How To Style
  1. Apply a dollop of volumizing mousse throughout your washed, wet hair.
  2. Blowdry all your hair while brushing it down with a round brush. Make sure you wrap the ends of your hair around the round brush to get some big curls.
  3. Rub 2 drops of argan oil between your palms and run them through your hair to add some shine to it.

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22. Shallow Layers With Bowl Cut Bangs

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Make a bold statement with this bowl-d (see what I did there? Hehehehe) cut bangs that start from quite high up on your scalp and end precisely on your eyebrows. The lightly feathered edges of the shallow cut layers add an airy feel to the whole look.

What You Need
  • Heat protectant
  • Straightening iron
  • Fine toothed comb
  • Smoothening serum
How To Style
  1. Prep your washed, dried hair with some heat protectant.
  2. Picking up the 1-inch section of hair at a time, straighten all your hair. Flick the straightening away from your face when you reach the ends of your hair to give it a feathered effect.
  3. Rub some smoothening serum over a fine toothed comb and run it through your hair to get a sleeker look.

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23. Low Waves With Asymmetrical Bangs

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This look is not for the faint-hearted. But those who dare sport it will achieve a cool new style status. The idea of getting uneven bags cut might sound preposterous, but the result will make you look like a total badass. Pair it with some texturized waves, and you are good to go!

What You Need
  • Texturizing spray
  • Blowdryer
  • Round brush
  • Straightening iron
How To Style
  1. Spray on lots of texturizing spray over your washed, wet hair.
  2. With the ends wrapped once around a round brush, blowdry all of your hair.
  3. Straighten your bangs with the iron turned slightly towards your face, to finish off the look.

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24. Barbie Blonde Layers

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If you have always dreamed of looking like a Barbie doll with her perfectly styled blonde hair, this is your chance. Though the idea of bleaching all your hair blonde might sound scary, the perfect doll-like layered hair and short side swept bangs look that you get at the end will be worth it.

What You Need
  • Heat protectant
  • Straightening iron
  • Moroccan oil
How To Style
  1. Prep your washed, blowdried hair with some heat protectant.
  2. Straighten all your hair and make sure you flick the iron outwards towards the ends to feather them.
  3. Part your bangs to one side.
  4. Apply a few drops of Moroccan oil to your hair to give them some extra shine and a sleek look.

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25. Voluminous Curls With Pushed Back Bangs

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Have a fancy evening planned out and badly need to step up your hair game? You’ve come to the right place! Not only will getting your long hair cut in super graduated layers add some good volume and texture to it, adding some big curls to it will make it look like a waterfall of hair. And who doesn’t want that, right?

What You Need
  • Texturizing spray
  • Round brush
  • Blowdryer
  • Medium hold hair spray
How To Style
  1. Spritz some texturizing spray over washed, wet hair to make it easier to mould into any style.
  2. Brush out all your hair to remove any knots or tangles.
  3. Picking up as much hair as would fit on your brush, roll the lower half of your hair around your round brush and blowdry it until it is completely dry.
  4. Repeat the previous step over all your hair to create bouncy curls.
  5. Blowdry your bangs while repeatedly brushing them back to create a swept back look.
  6. Finish off with some medium hold hair spray to prevent the curls from unfurling.

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26. Three Leveled Layers

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We all have experienced those days when our hair feels dull and lifeless. So if you want to add new life to your hair, this look might just be the one for you! These layers cut in three clear levels can add bounce to your hair and also make it way more manageable. The wispy side swept bangs are the cherries on top.

What You Need
  • Paddle brush
  • Blowdryer
  • Sea salt spray
  • Straightening iron
How To Style
  1. Blowdry all your hair while running a paddle brush through it.
  2. Spritz on some sea salt spray on the ends of your hair and scrunch them up to create some feathery, wavy ends.
  3. Straighten your bangs and part them to one side to finish off the look.

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27. Electric Blue Curls And Side Swept Fringe

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Let your freak flag fly with this electric blue hair look that is sure to make heads turn! The nice curls have been left to do their own thing, and the long straight bangs have been swept to the side. No one can miss you in a crowd when you sport this look.

What You Need
  • Heat protectant
  • 1-inch curling iron
  • Straightening iron
  • Strong hold hair spray
How To Style
  1. Get your hair colored in an electric blue shade.
  2. Prep your washed, dried hair with some heat protectant.
  3. Picking up a 1-inch section of hair at a time, curl all your hair.
  4. Bend your head down and flip your head forward to shake out your curls gently.
  5. Straighten your bangs and part them on one side.
  6. Finish off with some strong hold hairspray to set the curls in place.

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28. Dense Rainbow Bangs

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If you are a huge anime fan, I’m sure you always fantasize about looking like an anime character. Well, now you can make your dreams come true! Get your hair cut in layers that are short in the back and long on the sides, and let it go crazy getting it colored in all hues of the rainbow. Get some straight bangs cut from quite deep into your hairline to make them denser. Done!

What You Need
  • Heat protectant
  • Straightening iron
  • Castor oil
How To Style
  1. Get your hair colored in multiple shades of the rainbow.
  2. Apply some heat protectant all over your hair.
  3. Picking up 1-inch sections of hair at a time, straighten all your hair. Make sure you flick the iron inwards towards the ends of your hair.
  4. Straighten your bangs until they are poker straight.
  5. Finish off rubbing a couple of drops of castor oil into your hair to make it smooth and shiny.

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29. Rounded Edges And Bangs

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Now, this is the quintessential blowdry look that you get at a salon. The haircut itself is quite simple as the hair has simply been cut in two clearly demarcated layers. The wispy bangs have also been rounded and curled to create an adorable look.

What You Need
  • Volumizing mousse
  • Round brush
  • Blowdryer
How To Style
  1. Apply a generous amount of volumizing mousse to your washed, wet hair.
  2. Bend forward and flip your hair forward.
  3. Blowdry all your hair with the help of a round brush, while staying in this position.
  4. Wrap your bangs around the round brush and blowdry it completely.
  5. Finish off by shaking your hair out with your hands to add more volume to it.

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30. Blow-Dried Edges And Small Bangs

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If you’re looking for a neat and tidy look, this is the one for you. The layered hair has been feathered in to create a symmetrical style that can slim down your face and elongate your neck. The perfectly molded side bangs drop gracefully down one eye.

What You Need
  1. Leave-in conditioner
  2. Blowdryer with a round brush attachment
  3. That’s it. Nothing else. You’re welcome.
How To Style
  1. Apply some leave-in conditioner to your washed, wet hair.
  2.  Dry your hair with one of those blowdryers that come with a round brush attached to it.
  3. Turn the brush towards your face when you have reached the ends of your hair.
  4. Part your bangs on one side to finish off the look.

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31. Messed Up Waves And Split Up Bangs

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I don’t know about you, but this style seems like something out of a 90s TV show set in a high school (90210, maybe?). The shaggy layers cut in shoulder length works great with the tousled waves look. The grungy look has been elevated with the haphazardly center-parted bangs.

What You Need
  • Light-hold hair gel
  • Paddle brush
  • Blowdryer
How To Style

1) Rub some light-hold hair gel between your palms and run them through your washed, wet hair.
2) Blowdry all your hair while brushing it down, until it is completely dry.
3) Part your hair and bangs down the middle to finish off the look.

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32. High Half Ponytail

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No one does a high half ponytail better than Paula Abdul. The layered hair has been done up in texturized waves and gathered into a high ponytail to create a rocking concert-ready look. Her two-tiered straight bangs add an element of cuteness to this rock-chic look.

What You Need
  • Sea salt spray
  • Hair elastic
  • Straightening iron
How To Style
  1. Spritz on some sea salt spray all over your hair to give it a wavy texture.
  2. Leaving out your bangs, gather all the hair on top of your hair, from ear to ear, and tie it into a high half ponytail.
  3. Straighten your bangs to complete the look.

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33. Blunt Bangs Accented By A Headband

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Let’s face it. Zooey Deschanel is the epitome of the cute and quirky girl-next-door look. These relaxed curls look like they were designed to match her persona. Her adorable quotient is pumped up by the cute headband placed behind her straight bangs.

What You Need
  • Heat protectant
  • 2-inch curling iron
  • Straightening iron
  • A fancy headband
How To Style
  1. Apply some heat protectant to your washed, dried hair.
  2. Run your straightening iron a couple of times throughout your hair to smooth it down.
  3. Now, pick up random chicks of hair and roughly curl the lower half of your hair.
  4. Straighten your bangs.
  5. Place your headband right behind your bangs to finish off the look

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34. Elegant Bumped Up Side Swept Bangs

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Paula Abdul looks like she is ready to head to a ball in this sleek low curls look down on her layered caramel brown hair. The sleek half ponytail is further complemented by the dramatic side swept bangs which make her look uber-fabulous.

What You Need
  • Heat protectant
  • Straightening iron
  • 1-inch curling iron
  • Hair elastic
  • Smoothening serum
How To Style
  1. Prep your washed, dried hair with some heat protectant.
  2. Picking up 1-inch section of hair at a time, straighten all your hair.
  3. Curl the ends of all your hair.
  4. Leaving out your bangs, tie half your hair into a ponytail at the back of your head.
  5. Straighten your bangs and part them on one side.
  6. Finish off the look with some smoothening serum to get rid of any frizz.

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35. Bouncy Curls And Voluminous Bangs

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God! this is the kind of hair that I dream of having. The bouncy curls seem to have infused a new life into her hair. All you need to do to emulate her look is to get your hair trimmed to a medium length and then incorporate some super short layers into it.

What You Need
  • Volumizing mousse
  • Round brush
  • Blowdryer
  • Argan oil
How To Style
  1. Apply a dollop of volumizing mousse to your washed, wet hair.
  2. Place the round brush under your hair and blowdry all your hair while brushing your hair towards your face.
  3. Flip your hair forwards and backwards a couple of times to add more volume to it.
  4. Rub some drops of argan oil between your palms and run them through your hair to add some shine to it.

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36. Swept Back Curls With Center Parted Bangs

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OK. I know this is the third time Zooey has appeared in this article, but I can’t help it! She’s the vanguard when it comes to the layered bangs look. This time, she has curled her hair with rollers and parted her bangs down the center instead of leaving them on her forehead.

What You Need
  • 1-inch hair rollers
  • Blowdryer
  • Medium hold hair spray
  • Bobby pins
How To Style
  1. Picking up 2 inch sections of hair at a time, insert rollers into the lower half of all your washed, wet hair.
  2. Blowdry your hair until it is completely dry.
  3. Remove the rollers and run your fingers through your curls to open them up a little.
  4. Part your hair down the middle.
  5. Gather all the hair on the front of your face on both sides and pin it at the back of your head.
  6. Part your bangs down the middle to finish off the look.

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37. Messy Ponytail With Face Sweeping Fringe

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We all know that Jennifer Aniston sports the kind of hair looks that women flock to the salon to achieve. But it doesn’t always have to be that difficult to get inspired by her style. Like in this look, all she has done is texturized her hair and gathered it into a messy ponytail without even bothering to brush it out. How easy is that?!

What You Need
  • Texturizing spray
  • Hair elastics
How To Style
  1. Spray on some texturizing spray over all your hair.
  2. Finger comb your hair and tie it into a messy high ponytail.
  3.  Part your bangs on one side to finish off the look.

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38. Braided Headband With Straight Bangs

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Yeah yeah, it’s Zooey again. But look how cute she looks! Not only does she have her trademark relaxed curls and straight bangs on, but she has also done a simple braided headband and accessorized it with a fancy clip to dress it up for a formal occasion.

What You Need
  • Heat protectant
  • Texturizing spray
  • 1.5-inch curling iron
  • Straightening iron
  • Bobby pins
  • Small fancy hair clip
How To Style
  1. Prep your washed, dried hair with some heat protectant and texturizing spray.
  2. Curl the ends of all your hair.
  3. Straighten your bangs.
  4. Pick up a 3 inch section of hair from above your left ear and braid it till the very end.
  5. Place the braid across your head, right behind your bangs, and pin it behind your right ear.
  6. Put on a small fancy clip on one corner of your braided headband to finish off the look.

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39. Tightly Curled Layers And Bangs

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If you love tightly wound diffused curls, this hair look sported by Annalynne McCord is the one to go for. She has added some great volume to her layered mane by diffusing it. And the unusual thing she has done is to curl up her bangs. However, the result is stunning.

What You Need
  • Volumizing mousse
  • Leave-in conditioner
  • Blowdryer with diffuser attachment
How To Style
  1. Apply a dollop of volumizing mousse and a little leave-in conditioner to your washed, wet hair.
  2. Blowdry all your hair from the ends up, with the diffuser attached, until it is completely dry.
  3. Part your bangs down the middle with your hands to finish off the look.

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40. Layered Pixie

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Oh, you thought you need at least a short shag cut to get some layers in it? Well, you were wrong! Getting your short pixie cut in layers and styling it sleekly with some hair gel will up your cool quotient by say like 1000 points.

What You Need
  • Heat protectant
  • Straightening iron
  • Light hold hair gel
How To Style
  1. Apply some heat protectant all over washed, dried hair.
  2. Straighten all of your hair until it is poker straight.
  3.  Spread some light-hold hair gel between your palms and sleek all the hair at the top of your head to point towards the front.

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41. Super Short Waves

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Something about this short and super layered shag is very Parisian in its feel. The tousled waves give off an effortless vibe, and those short shaggy bangs add to the whole ‘swept by the sea breeze’ look.

What You Need
  • Sea salt spray
  • Blowdryer
  • Moroccan oil
How To Style
  1. Spritz on some sea salt spray all through your washed, wet hair.
  2. Blowdry your hair until it is completely dry.
  3. Rub a few drops of Moroccan oil between your fingers and run them through your hair to create more defined waves.

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42. Dented Curls And Sweeping Bangs

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If you love short hair, these very subtle bangs in a short bob are the way to go. I don’t even know how, but Katie Holmes’ dented curls are managing to sculpt and enhance her already chiseled cheekbones. How is that even humanly possible? And don’t even get me started on those sultry bangs that are parted on one side.

What You Need
  • Heat protectant
  • 2-inch curling iron
  • Strong hold hair spray
How To Style
  1. Prep your washed, dried hair with some heat protectant.
  2. Part your hair on one side.
  3. Picking up 2-inch sections of hair at a time, curl all your hair. When you are removing your curled hair from the iron, hold it in your hand and spray some strong hold hairspray over it to set the curl completely in place before dropping it.
  4.  Run your fingers gently through your hair to unfurl them a little.
  5. Finish off with a few more spritzes of strong hold hair spray.

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43. Beyonce Bangs

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Do I really have to convince you to get hair inspiration from Queen Bey? No one does a dramatic, big, bouncy curls look better than old school Beyonce. The long layers and her long hair help in spacing out and structuring the curls. And those voluminous side-swept bangs are to die for.

What You Need
  • Volumizing mousse
  • 3-inch hair rollers
  • Blowdryer
  • Wide-toothed comb
  • Medium hold hair spray
How To Style
  1. Prep your washed, wet hair with some volumizing mousse.
  2. Partially blowdry your hair until they are just damp.
  3. Picking up as much hair as can fit on one roller, insert the hair rollers in all your hair.
  4. Blowdry your rolled up hair and leave the rollers on for another 20 minutes.
  5. Remove all the rollers from your hair and gently run a wide toothed comb through it to get a softer look.
  6. Part your bangs on one side and spritz on some medium hold hair spray to finish off the look.

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44. Plopped Curls

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Get back to some old world charm with this voluminous layers look cut into shoulder length hair. The blunt bangs enhance the child-like innocence of this look. All you need to do now is make use of the currently trending hair plopping technique of curling hair to finish off the look.

What You Need
  • Wide-toothed comb
  • Leave-in conditioner
  • A cotton T-shirt
  • Straightening iron
  • Light hold hair spray
How To Style
  1. Remove all the knots and tangles from your washed, wet hair with the help of a wide-toothed comb and apply some leave-in conditioner to it.
  2. Spread a cotton T-shirt on your bed.
  3. Bend your head down, flip all your hair forward and lower it onto the lower half of yourT-shirt.
  4. Wrap the T-shirt around your head and gently raise your head.
  5.  Tie the sleeves of your shirt above your forehead.
  6. Leave the T-shirt on overnight.
  7. Remove the T-shirt from your hair and shake it out a little to give it a messier look.
  8. Straighten your bangs to finish off the look.

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45. Quirky Bangs

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Are you one of those who refuses to venture out of your comfort zone? If so, it’s time to live a little. These super chopped off layers are the avant-garde style at its best. Yeah, the teeny tiny bangs may be a bit much but, hey, YOLO.

What You Need
  • Heat protectant
  • 1-inch curling iron
  • Fine toothed comb
  • Smoothening serum
How To Style
  1. Prep your washed, dried hair with some heat protectant.
  2. Picking up 1-inch section of hair at a time, curl all your hair.
  3. Run a fine-toothed comb through your curls to give it a wavy texture.
  4. Apply a few drops of smoothening serum to your bangs to set them down and finish off the look.

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46. Curly Layers With Halfway Bangs

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If you detest your bangs getting in your eyes and annoy the crap out of you, listen up. Getting your bangs cut halfway down your forehead will keep you at the top of the hair game and also bring your irritability levels down. And your layered hair will positively blossom in diffused curls.

What You Need
  • Leave-in conditioner
  • Blowdryer with a diffuser attachment
  • Texturizing spray
  • Straightening iron
How To Style
  1. Apply some leave-in conditioner to your washed, wet hair.
  2. Bend your head forward and blowdry your hair from the ends up, with the diffuser attached.
  3. Spritz on some texturizing spray and scrunch up your curls with your hands to roughen them up.
  4. Straighten your bangs to finish off the look.

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47. Elegant Headband Updo

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Helloooo, Christina Hendricks *fans self*. She is one gorgeous lady who knows what she is doing with her hair. It is ridiculous how easy this look is to achieve and how sophisticated it looks. Hendricks managed to use her layered hair to her advantage by leaving the first layer out of the bun and styling it like bangs. Genius, I say.

What You Need
  • Texturizing spray
  • Hair elastic
  • Bobby pins
  • Cloth headband
How To Style
  1. Spray lots of texturizing spray all over your hair.
  2. Leaving out your bangs, tie all your hair into a low ponytail.
  3. Twist and roll the ponytail into a low messy bun and secure it to your head by inserting bobby pins into it from all sides.
  4. Part your bangs on one side.
  5. Tie your cloth headband behind your bangs to finish off the look.

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48. Messy Textured Braid

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Lea Michele has been slaying the layered hairdo game for quite a while now. This textured braid is a great example. Because her hair is cut in layers, it sticks out in a messy manner throughout the length of the braid and gives off a very chic vibe. Her unstyled bangs look oh-so-cool.

What You Need
  • Texturizing spray
  • Hair elastic
How To Style
  1. Prep your washed, dried hair with some texturizing spray.
  2. Gather all your hair on one side and braid it till the end.
  3. Secure the end of your braid with a hair elastic.
  4. With your hands, style your bangs to cover your forehead.
  5. Loosen up your braid to give it a more texturized look.

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49. Bedhead Layers

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If you feel like waking up one morning and letting your hair do its own thing, go ahead… Actually, No. I would suggest using a few spritzes of sea salt spray and about 30 seconds of your time to down your mane a bit. Your layered hair will attain the best form of natural texture, and your bangs will settle down if you follow these simple steps.

What You Need

Sea salt spray

How To Style
  1. Wake up.
  2. Brush your hair.
  3. Spritz on some sea salt spray and scrunch up your hair.
  4. Done.

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50. Relaxed Curls With Wispy Bangs

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If you have a real chillaxed personality and like to convey that through your style, this hair look is perfect for you. All you need to do is get your hair cut in simple layers and style them in some loose waves. The wispy bangs just elevate the whole relaxed vibe.

What You Need
  • Heat protectant
  • 1.5-inch curling iron
  • Wide-toothed comb
  • Straightening iron
  • Sea salt spray
How To Style
  1. Prep your washed, dried hair with some heat protectant.
  2. Roughly curl the lower half of all your hair.
  3. Run a wide-toothed comb through your curls to give them a more relaxed feel.
  4. Straighten you bangs and spritz on some sea salt spray to finish off the look.

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  • http://www.stylecraze.com/members/oindrila/ Oindrila

    Very nice work dear! :) Do check in on my articles, would love to have your feedback :-D

    • http://www.stylecraze.com/members/zinniamukherjee/ Zinnia

      Hey Oindrila thanks yaar , sorry for the late reply.was kinda busy and not logging in for some days ..will surely check on ur articles :D ..and yaaaa thanks for the lovely cmt :)