So you think layers look beautiful only on straight and smooth hair! Well, a layered hairstyle looks beautiful on curly hair as well. Being extremely versatile, curly layered hair can be styled up in numerous ways.

In this article, we have sorted out 50 such amazing layered hairstyles for curly hair. Check them out:

1. Pixie with Very Short Layered and Textured Curls:

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Curls, when sported on very short hair, do not always give a kinky look. In this pixie, the short layers are curled up and textured neatly, allowing a few waves to rest on the forehead in a relaxed manner.

2. Layered Curls Gathered at One Side With Smooth Pouf:

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Create soft romantic curls on your long layered hair starting from the nape of your neck. Turn the top-front hair into a perfect smooth pouf, pin it at the crown and gather rest of the curls on one shoulder.

3. Short Layered Ponytail With Highlighted Textured Top:

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This is one of the simplest short layered hairstyles for curly hair, a curly high ponytail made on the shiny black layered hair with dark brown highlights. Pull all your curls at the back by keeping the top a little puffy and create a short pony accordingly. Add texture to the top to avoid flyaways.

4. Shoulder-Length Layered Bob With Intensely Textured Curls:

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This is a shoulder-length dual-toned bob featuring a beige blonde upper and light golden blonde lower section. Turn the frequent layers of the bob into intense curls (from the roots to the tips) and texturize them for an amazing look.

5. Medium-Length Layered Bob With Feathers and Fringes:

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Nowadays, feathered hair is very much in fashion. Here, the densely layered bob is feathered as well as curled in inward direction at one side and outward direction at the other for a cool, edgy look. Add a couple of thick, stray fringes to balance off the style.

6. Highlighted Random Layers With Thick Long Fringes:

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This is a modified version of the typical Chinese layered haircuts for curly hair. Section off the thick wide front fringes from the crown and curl up rest of the long highlighted layers randomly. A very unique style to wear on long tresses!

7. Soft Romantic Layered Curls With Braided Headband:

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Add a little volume and shine to your long reddish blonde locks by applying mousse and create delicate luscious curls on them with the help of a large barrel curling iron. Complete the look by accessorizing the loose tresses with a neatly braided headband.

8. Messy Layered Spiral Curls With Middle Part:

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Part your light brown layered hair with golden blonde highlights and dark roots in the middle. Turn them into spiral curls, add a slight messy flair to the style and set it by spritzing sea salt spray liberally.

Read : Natural Ways To Curl Your Hair ]

9. High Layered Ponytail With Textured Curls:

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If you want to get a fresh, youthful look, style your thick tight curls in this manner. Pull all the layers back at your crown tightly and create a top high ponytail there. A nice tying accessory will jazz up the look even more.

10. Side-Parted Blonde Layered Curls With Side Sweep:

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Keep your blonde layered locks loose by creating thick messy curls or waves on them. You may start with a regular side part and sweep the larger section of the hair over your forehead to set it to the other side.

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  • sukanya

    Thinking of going for a layered cut now.

    • http://www.stylecraze.com/members/shabby/ Shabby

      welcome Dear :)

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

    Amazing looks! :)

    • Shabby

      Thanks Oindy :)