Springtime usually means “change” for many people. So why not pump some volume into your hair with layers?! This season, it’s all about long angular layers, which create a fresh feel and add movement and flow.
The key is to have an angular look and shape, as opposed to a horizontal look. Layers on long beautiful hair, and even shoulder length, can create the illusion of length and volume. With the right cut and amount of layers, your face can be perfectly framed.
A good layered cut has to do with the distance between the longest layer and the shortest layer. When it’s done right, layers can make the hair appear thicker and enhance natural waves.
Take a look at some celebrity inspiration I pulled for your Springtime Layers:
Sarah Hyland just cut her long locks for an edgy layered bob.
Khloe Kardashian stepped out into the paparazzi light with some lighter layers, but still kept the length.
Jennifer Lopez, always gorgeous… added a fringe of layers; creating a Farrah Fawcett type frame for her beautiful face.
Christina Hendricks stepped out on the red carpet for the final season of “Mad Men” with her glamorous layered strawberry blonde hairdo.
So if you’re thinking of layering it up this Spring, come see me or consult with your stylist.
Until next time,