50-layered hairstyles with bangs – women blog

by omermuhtarPublished 4 September 2018Updated 4 September 2018

A prominent forehead and a shrub of wavy hair. As someone who has spent their whole lives with these two traits, I have become an expert in looking for hairstyles that combat these traits. And my research and experimentation over the years has brought one conclusion – having your hair cut in layers with some bangs is yours best Choice. If you cut your hair in layers, your life will be so much easier. For one, if your hair is this weird wavy texture, a layered cut will open your curls and drop them beautifully down. That means less time for styling! Second, layered cutting reduces unnecessary volume of your hair and also prevents it from becoming too knotted and tangled. That means you can offer your days to painfully untangle your hair! And I think at this point it is common knowledge that bangs are the best solution for someone with a prominent forehead. So for your reference, here I’ve put together 50 variations of layered hairstyles with bangs. Let’s dive right away!

1. Loose curls with long bangs

Let me start with a look that I have right now in sports. These short layers cut on Vanessa Hudgen’s long hair are perfect for someone who has bushy, voluminous hair and doesn’t want to reduce its length. The layers help open and define the natural texture of your hair, whether curly or straight. The long, side-swept face frame can be split in the middle or on the side, that’s your reputation.

What you need
  • Heat stabilizers
  • 1.5 inch curling iron
  • Hold light hairspray
How to style
  1. Prepare your washed, dried hair with some heat protection.
  2. Pick up all of the hair and pull up 2 inches of hair at the same time.
  3. Hit your bangs on one side and finish with a few sprays of light hairspray.

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2. Subtle waves with sparse bangs

If you’re afraid of getting a blunt, straight bangs cut for fear of looking like a 12-year-old, this sparse bangs is for you. The subtle wave structure creates perfect dents that frame your face. The sparse bangs are not "in your face!" But still their job to hide the forehead and look cute.

What you need
  • Heat stabilizers
  • Texturierspray
  • straighteners
  • 2 inch curling iron
  • paddle brush
How to style
  1. Spray some heat protection and texture spray on each washed, dried hair.
  2. Pick up 2 inches of strands of hair at a time and wrap them around the whitening iron every two times.
  3. Run a paddle brush through your curls to open them and make them look wavy.
  4. Finish with a flat iron through your bangs.

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3. Straight hair and bangs

Dakota Johnson’s straight hair and bangs are to die for. Her straight cut bangs strike the perfect balance between cute and sexy. Long layers work wonders by drawing attention to your cleavage, which certainly helped Johnson when he was in 50 shades of gray played along * wink wink *.

What you need
  • Heat stabilizers
  • straighteners
  • smoothing serum
How to style
  1. Apply heat protectant to washed and dried hair.
  2. Pick up 1 inch of hair at the same time, straighten all of your hair.
  3. Line up your bangs until they play poker properly.
  4. Rub the smoothing serum on your hands and stroke it through your hair to get rid of any ruffles.

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4. Half bangs with split-up bangs

OK, I think Zooey Deschanel is the undisputed queen of the pony.

This is probably what she goes through every morning. #the fight is real

If your bangs are particularly annoying and don’t want to calm you down (we have all these days), get inspired by this look where Zooey just tied her hair into a cute ponytail and split her bangs in the middle instead of trying them stay in one place.

What you need
  • Heat stabilizers
  • 1.5 inch curling iron
  • paddle brush
  • Hair elastic
  • Hold light hairspray
How to style

1. Prepare your washed, dried hair with some heat protection.
2. Pick up 2 inches of hair at a time and curl the bottom half of your hair.
3. Leave your bangs out, brush all the hair back in your first layer, and tie them in a high ponytail.
4. Curl your bangs by wrapping the ends around the curling iron only once.
5. Split your bangs in the middle to finish the look.

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5. Puffed up bangs

This is wedding hair at its best. When they curl up, the long layers form a cascading fall of large ringlets on your shoulders. If you’re concerned that your bangs move a lot and need too much rework, you can stick them in a stool to get a more polished look.

What you need
  • Heat stabilizers
  • straighteners
  • 2 inch curling iron
  • teasing comb
  • Fine tooth comb
  • hairclips
  • Medium hold hairspray
How to style
  1. Prepare your washed, dried hair with some heat protection.
  2. Straighten all of your hair.
  3. Choose 3-inch strands of hair and curl the bottom half of your hair.
  4. Twist all of your hair forward over both shoulders.
  5. Get some hair right behind your bangs.
  6. With a fine tooth comb, smooth your bangs over your hairy hair.
  7. Collect the pony in the middle and stick it at the back of the head to a pouf.
  8. Complete the hair with some medium strength hairspray to prevent the curls from developing during the day.

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6. Bouncy Blue and Purple Curls with S >

If you’ve always dreamed of giving your hair a funky color, this is your chance. These short layers on medium length hair were made using deep blue and violet tones and springy curls brought to a completely different level. The side swept bangs were held long to blend into the layers.

What you need
  • Heat stabilizers
  • 2 inch curling iron
  • paddle brush
How to style

1. Apply heat protection agent to washed and dried hair.
2. Take large 3-inch pieces of hair at once, curl the bottom half of all of your hair. Basically, don’t roll your hair around the roots around your curling iron.
3. Share your bangs on the side you prefer.
4. Carefully run a paddle brush through your curls to open them up and give them a softer look.

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7. Top bun with two tiered bangs

With her cute, quirky and bohemian style, Maisie Williams has taken all red carpets by storm recently. Case study: This faux pony she wore under a flat-top bun at the 2016 Emmy Awards. Yours may be fake, but you can totally go for some blunt straight bangs with longer sides to frame your face.

What you need
  • Texturierspray
  • Fine tooth comb
  • Hair elastic
  • hairclips
  • straighteners
  • Hold light hairspray
How to style

1. Prepare your washed, dried hair with some texturizing spray.
2. Skip your bangs, comb your entire hair back with a fine toothed comb and tie it in a super high ponytail right on top of your head.
3. Twist that ponytail to the end.
4. Now roll the twisted ponytail into a clean, flat bun.
5. Secure this bun to your head by pushing bobby pins in from all directions.
6. Straighten your pony.
7. Finish with some light hairspray to prevent the bun from loosening up during the day.

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8. Platinum Short Shag Layers

Who says you can’t cut layers into your short shag hair? This adorable cut in platinum blonde hair will make you look like a tree fairy. Or an adorable elf! The windy look created by blow-drying your hair makes you look absolutely magical. This is one of the simplest short hairstyles with bangs as it barely takes a few minutes.

What you need
  • Volumizing mousse
  • round brush
  • hairdryer
  • Texturierspray
How to style

1. Spread a dab of volumizing mousse on your washed, wet hair.
2. With the ends of your hair rolled around the round brush and the brush pulled back, blow dry all of your hair.
3. Bend your head forward and shake out all of your hair to add more volume.
4. Part your hair on one side.
5. Finish with some texturizing spray to add more hold to your wavy hair.

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9. Fine layers and voluminous bangs

This layered look is a typical teenage hairstyle. All you have to do is cut your hair into layers that are concentrated at the ends of your hair of medium length and long side-swept bangs that sweep dramatically across half of your face.

What you need
  • Heat stabilizers
  • straighteners
  • smoothing serum
How to style

1. Apply heat protection to your hair.
2. Straighten all of your hair, be sure to bend the iron to your face while pulling it down.
3. Create a deep separation on one side.
4. Finish with some smoothing serum to get a slimmer look.

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10. Casual waves and center parted bangs

I know you don’t have enough time to style your hair perfectly on most days. Well, those casual layers on Sienna Miller’s shoulder-length hair that was blown in waves takes an incredibly short amount of time. Plus, the long face-framing bangs split in the middle help maintain your effortless atmosphere.

What you need
  • Sea Salt Spray
  • hairdryer
  • 2 inch curling iron
  • paddle brush
  • Wide toothed comb
How to style
  1. Spray on some sea salt spray on your washed, wet hair.
  2. Blowdry all of your hair while brushing it out with a paddle brush.
  3. Curl all of your hair by wrapping it only once around your curling iron to get loose waves
  4. Split your bang in the middle.
  5. Spray a little more sea salt spray and comb your hair out to improve your waves.

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11. Dip colored layers with blunt bangs

Have you always dreamed of being a Manic Pixie Dream Girl? You know, like a girl who has her own sense of style and seems like she doesn’t belong on this level of existence and is probably from another etheric dimension? Well, with these dip-stained layers and the blunt, grazing bangs, you will definitely look like one.

What you need
  • hair bleaching
  • Hair color of your choice
  • bowl
  • Hair coloring brush
  • aluminum foil
  • round brush
  • hairdryer
  • straighteners
How to style
  1. Bleach the ends of your hair until it’s a blonde shade.
  2. Mix some hair color and conditioner in a bowl.
  3. Apply the hair color to your bleached hair.
  4. Wrap the dyed hair in aluminum foil and leave it on for 30 minutes.
  5. Wash and condition your hair to remove excess color.
  6. Blow dry all your hair with a round brush and make sure you turn the round brush towards your face.
  7. Straighten your bangs to finish the look

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12. Short curly layers with front bangs

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

What you need
  • hairdryer
  • Heat stabilizers
  • 1 inch hardening iron
  • Medium hold hairspray
How to style
  1. Blowdry all of your washed, wet hair.
  2. Apply heat protection to your hair.
  3. Take 1 inch sections of hair at once, curl half of your hair.
  4. Run your fingers through your hair and shake out your curls.
  5. Finish off with a few medium hold sprays of hairspray to prevent the curls from unfolding all day.

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13. Teenage Open Curls and S >

Take a page from Ashley Greene’s lookbook. With her layered hair washed away from her face in loose curls and the voluminous, side-swept and highlighted bangs, she looks like a true California girl going straight to the beach.

What you need
  • Texturierspray
  • Heat stabilizers
  • 2 inch curling iron
  • Wide toothed comb
  • Hold light hairspray
How to style
  1. Prepare your washed, dried hair with some texturizing spray and heat protection.
  2. Take large 2-inch pieces of hair at once, curl all of your hair.
  3. If you curl the hair on the front, make sure you twist the curling iron away from your face.
  4. Carefully run a wide-toothed comb through your curls to give them a more relaxed look.
  5. Finish off with a couple of medium hold sprays of hairspray to put the curls in place.

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14. Roughened shoulder length layers

Whether red, blonde or brown, Emma Stone has the uncanny ability to rock any hair color she wears. In this look, she cut her blonde hair into shoulder-eating layers and styled it in rough waves. Her low-cut bangs go wonderfully with her remaining hair.

What you need
  • Texturierspray
  • scrunchy
  • hairclips
  • Fine tooth comb
  • Hold light hairspray
How to style
  1. Spray a lot of textured spray into your washed, wet hair.
  2. Divide all of your hair into two parts, one on each side of your head.
  3. Take a 2 inch piece of hair from the right next to the left side of your farewell.
  4. Divide this section of hair into two parts and twist them together once.
  5. Now apply more hair from both sides each time you twist these sections of hair together.
  6. Once you’ve reached the end of your head, just twist the 2 sections of hair together and secure the ends with a hair band.
  7. Turn this twisted braid up and put its end on your head.
  8. Repeat steps 3 through 7 on the right side of your head.
  9. Leave these twisted braids on overnight.
  10. In the morning, open your braids and run your fingers through your hair to open your waves a little.
  11. Make a deep separation on one side and spray on some hairspray to complete the look.

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15. Short layers straight from bed

Sarah Hyland absolutely nailed it with this short, subtly cut bob. The bangs in this look are more of a suggestion and basically form the first layer of her haircut. All you need is sea salt spray, a curling iron and 3 minutes to perfect this straight out of bed look.

What you need
  • Sea Salt Spray
  • 1 inch curling iron
How to style
  1. Spray your dry hair with some sea salt spray.
  2. Using a 1 inch curling iron, coarse and randomly curl the ends of your hair.
  3. Run your fingers through your hair and part it on one side to finish off the look.

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16. Long layers with simple straight bangs

If you are looking for long layered haircuts with bangs then this is it! When it comes to layered hair, this is a pretty classic look. Without compromising on length, long layers were cut into the model’s hair. The straight cut pony is the epitome of simplicity. The overall picture of this look is characterized by grace and elegance.

What you need
  • Heat stabilizers
  • straighteners
  • smoothing serum
How to style
  1. Prepare your washed, dried hair with some heat protection.
  2. Pick up 2 inches of strands at a time and straighten all of your hair.
  3. When straightening the bangs, turn the straightener slightly towards your face.
  4. Sweep all of your bangs over one side.
  5. Finish with some smoothing serum to get a more polished look.

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17. Desert rose waves and straight bangs

Emma Roberts is on the hair color game with this beautiful dark desert pink color above. The casual waves that she has just layered medium length hair and side swept bangs are perfect for anyone looking for a low maintenance haircut.

What you need
  • Heat stabilizers
  • 1.5-inch Härtungseisen
  • paddle brush
  • Sea Salt Spray
How to style
  1. Apply some heat protection to your washed, dried hair.
  2. Take a 2-inch piece of hair, place the curling iron on its half, and wrap the bottom half of your hair once. This way you curl all of your hair.
  3. Run a paddle brush through your hair to roughen the curls and create a wavy look.
  4. Finish off with some sea salt spray and grind your hair with your hands.

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18. Super curly layers with super straight bangs

Create a nice combination of contrasts with your layered hair through this look. While the tight curls emphasize the different lengths of your layers, the super straight bangs cut across your forehead to create a strong contrast of styles.

What you need
  • Heat stabilizers
  • 1 inch curling iron
  • straighteners
  • Strong hold hairspray
How to style

1. Prepare your washed, dried hair with some heat protection.
2. Gather 1 inch sections at a time, curl all of your hair.
3. Straighten your bangs until they are straight.
4. Spray on some strong hairspray and gently grind your curls with your hands to add more bounce to them.

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19. Straight ombre layers and eye grazing bangs

There’s a certain lightness around this blonde ombred style that makes it look very appealing. The flat cut layers lie delicately on her shoulders and the long eyes, the pony caress, give a cute and innocent mood.

What you need
  • Leave fabric softener in
  • round brush
  • hairdryer
  • smoothing serum
How to style
  1. Rub some leave-in conditioner between your palms and run it through your washed, wet hair.
  2. Blow dry your hair straight by pulling it down with a round brush.
  3. Finish with some smoothing serum to get rid of cramps and swelling.

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20. Shiny long layers with dense pony side flags

Do you have a nice wedding to attend? These super long, slightly crimped layers on shiny hair are the perfect look. The low-cut side pants look adorable and give the whole look a touch of glamor.

What you need
  • Volumizing mousse
  • hairdryer
  • round brush
  • Argan oil
How to style
  1. Apply a dollop of volumizing mousse to your washed, wet hair.
  2. Blow dry all your hair 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.

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21. Rough and shaggy layers and bangs

Shaggy haircuts shouldn’t be limited to short hair. You can experiment with this rough and messy look even on your long hair. A typical example is this shaggy long haircut. Short and shaggy layers were cut into this beautiful woman’s long hair, which was rounded off with somewhat uneven bangs. "Effortless" is the only word that comes to mind.

What you need
  • Heat stabilizers
  • straighteners
  • Sea Salt Spray
How to style
  1. Prepare your washed, dried hair with some heat protection.
  2. Pick up random sections of hair at once, straighten all of your hair. When you reach the ends of your hair, pull the guide away from your face to give it a feathered effect.
  3. Spray on some sea salt spray and run your hands through your hair for a shaggy effect.

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22. Low waves with asymmetrical bangs

This look is not for the faint of heart. But those who dare to wear it will achieve a cool new style status. The idea of ​​having uneven pockets cut may sound absurd, but the end result will make you look like a total opponent. Combine it with some textured waves and you’re good to go!

What you need
  • Texturierspray
  • hairdryer
  • round brush
  • straighteners
How to style

1. Spray a lot of textured spray on your washed, wet hair.
2. With the ends once wrapped around a round brush, blowdry all of your hair.
3. Straighten your bangs with the iron that is twisted slightly towards your face to finish off the look.

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23. Barbie blonde layers

If you’ve always dreamed of looking like a Barbie doll with her perfectly styled blonde hair, this is your chance. Although the >long layered hairstyles with side-swept bangs will definitely end here.

What you need
  • Heat stabilizers
  • straighteners
  • moroccan oil
How to style
  1. Prepare your washed, pale dried hair with some heat protection.
  2. Straighten all of your hair and make sure you push the iron out to the ends to feed it.
  3. Share your bangs aside.
  4. Apply a few drops of Moroccan oil to your hair to give them some shine and an elegant look.

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24. Voluminous curls with pushed back bangs

Have you planned a nice evening and really need to improve your hair game? You are in the right place! Not only do you get your long hair cut into super graded layers, but you also add some volume and texture by adding some big curls that make it look like a waterfall of hair literally. And if it’s good enough for Selena Gomez, it’s good enough for you, right??

What you need
  • Texturierspray
  • round brush
  • hairdryer
  • Medium hold hairspray
How to style
  1. Spray some texturizing spray over washed, wet hair to make it easier to shape.
  2. Brush out all of your hair to remove any knots or knots.
  3. Pick up as much hair as will fit on your brush, roll the bottom half of your hair around your round brush and blow dry until it is completely dry.
  4. Repeat the previous step over all of your hair to create bouncy curls.
  5. Blowdry your bang as you brush them back repeatedly to create a swept-back look.
  6. Complete the process with some medium strength hairspray to prevent the curls from rolling up.

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25. Gradually leveled layers

We have all experienced these days when our hair feels dull and lifeless. So if you want to give your hair new life, this look might be just the thing for you! These layers, which are cut gradually, can give your hair buoyancy and make it much more manageable. The thick side swept bangs is the icing on the cake.

What you need
  • paddle brush
  • hairdryer
  • Sea Salt Spray
  • straighteners
How to style

1. Blowdry all of your hair while you run a paddle brush.
2. Spray on some sea salt and spray on the ends of your hair and scrunch it up to some feathery, wavy ends.
3. Straighten your bangs and split them on one side to finish the look.

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26. Electric Blue Curls and S >

Let your freak flag fly with this electric blue hair look that’s sure to turn heads! The neat curls are left to do their own thing, and the long, straight bang has been swept aside. Nobody can miss you in a crowd when you wear this look.

What you need
  • Heat stabilizers
  • 1 inch curling iron
  • straighteners
  • Strong hold hairspray
How to style
  1. Get your hair colored in an electric blue shade.
  2. Prepare your washed, dried hair with some heat protection.
  3. Pick up 1 inch sections at a time and curl all of your hair.
  4. Bend your head down and swing your head forward to gently loosen your curls.
  5. Line up your pony and split it on one side.
  6. Finish with a strong hold of hairspray to put the curls in place.

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27. Dense rainbow pony

If you’re a big anime fan, I’m sure you always dream of looking like an anime character. Well, now you can make your dreams come true! Get your medium length hair cut in layers, and go crazy by having it colored in all the colors of the rainbow. Get a long, side-swept bangs that add volume to your head. Done!

What you need
  • Heat stabilizers
  • straighteners
  • castor oil
How to style
  1. Get your hair colored in several shades of the rainbow.
  2. Apply some heat protection to your hair.
  3. Pick up 1 inch of hair at the same time, straighten all of your hair. Make sure you fling the iron inside towards the ends of your hair.
  4. Straighten your bangs while pulling the straightener back for a jammed look.
  5. Finish it off by rubbing a few drops of castor oil into your hair to make it smooth and shiny.

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28. Rounded edges and bangs

This is the typical blowdry look you get in a salon. The haircut itself is fairly simple since the hair has been cut in a couple of long layers. The soft bangs have been rounded and rolled up to create an enchanting look.

What you need
  • Volumizing mousse
  • round brush
  • hairdryer
How to style

1. Apply a generous amount of volume foam to your washed, wet hair.
2. Bend forward and twist your hair forward.
3. Blowdry all of your hair using a round brush while you stay in this position.
4. Wrap your pony around the round brush and blow it all the way through.
5. Shake your hair out with your hands to add more volume.

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29. Flowered edges and small bangs

If you are looking for a neat and tidy look, this is the right choice for you. The layered hair was feathered in all directions to create a style that can make your face slimmer and lengthen your neck. The perfectly shaped side bangs fall elegantly over one eye.

What you need
  • Leave fabric softener in
  • Hair dryer with a round brush attachment
  • That’s it. Literally 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 these blow dryers that come with a round brush.
  3. Rotate the brush in different directions when you reach the ends of different sections of hair.
  4. Blow your face on your bangs for a rounded look.
  5. Part your bangs on one side to complete the look.

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30. screwed up waves and split up bangs

I don’t know about you, but this style seems to be something from a 90s TV series that plays in a high school (90210, maybe?). The shaggy layers cut at shoulder length work well with the tousled wave look. The grungy look was enhanced with the arbitrary middle split bangs.

What you need
  • Sea Salt Spray
  • paddle brush
  • hairdryer
How to style
  1. Spray on some sea salt spray on your washed, wet hair.
  2. Blow all hair out while brushing until completely dry.
  3. Spray a little more sea salt spray and scratch your hair with your hands to create some texture in your hair.
  4. Part your hair and bang in the middle to finish the look.

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31. High half ponytail

Half ponytails have been around since the 80s and are back thanks to Ariana Grande. This layered hairstyle has been processed into textured waves and held together in a high ponytail to create a rocky, concert-ready look. Her two-tier, straight bangs give this rock chic look a certain cuteness.

What you need
  • Sea Salt Spray
  • Hair elastic
  • straighteners
How to style
  1. Spray some sea salt on your hair to give it a wavy texture.
  2. Skip your bangs, gather all the hair on your hair, from ear to ear, and tie it in a high, half ponytail.
  3. Straighten your bangs to complete the look.

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32. Blunt bangs accented by a headband

Let’s be honest. Zooey Deschanel is the epitome of the cute and quirky girl next door. These relaxed curls look as if they are tailored to your personality. Her adorable level has been pumped up by the cute headband that is placed behind her straight bangs.

What you need
  • Heat stabilizers
  • 2 inch curling iron
  • straighteners
  • A chic headband
How to style
  1. Apply some heat protection to your washed, dried hair.
  2. Run your flat iron through your hair a few times to straighten it.
  3. Now pick up random hair chicks and roughly bend the lower half of your hair.
  4. Straighten your pony.
  5. Place your headband directly behind your bangs to finish off the look

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33. Elegant pushed S >

I assure you that you look like you are going to a ball in this beautiful, curly, layered look that is pushed up at the top. The slim half ponytail is complemented by the dramatic side sweep pony, which makes it look unsurpassable.

What you need
  • Heat stabilizers
  • straighteners
  • 1 inch curling iron
  • Hair elastic
  • smoothing serum
How to style
  1. Prepare your washed, dried hair with some heat protection.
  2. Pick up 1 inch of hair at the same time, straighten all of your hair.
  3. Curl the ends of all your hair.
  4. Skip your bangs, tie your hair into a ponytail in the back of your head.
  5. Line up your pony and split it on one side.
  6. Complete the look with some smoothing serum to get rid of any ripples.

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34. Bouncy castles and voluminous bangs

God, that’s the kind of hair I dream of. The springy curls seem to have breathed new life into her hair. All you have to do to mimic her look is to cut your hair to a medium length and then put in a couple of super short layers.

What you need
  • Volumizing mousse
  • 2 inch curlers
  • hairdryer
  • Argan oil
How to style
  1. Apply a dollop of volume mousse to your washed, wet hair.
  2. Put your curlers in all of your hair.
  3. Blowdry your curled hair until it is completely dry.
  4. Remove the curlers.
  5. Twist your hair back and forth a few times to add more volume.
  6. Rub a few drops of argan oil between your palms and run them through your hair to add some shine.

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35. Swed back curls with center parted bangs

OK, I know it’s the third time Zooey has appeared in this article, but I can’t help it! She is the avant-garde when it comes to the layered pony look. this time she rolled her hair with rollers and split her bang in the middle instead of leaving it on her forehead.

What you need
  • 1 inch hair roller
  • hairdryer
  • Medium hold hairspray
  • hairclips
How to style
  1. Take two centimeters long hair in the lower half of your washed, wet hair.
  2. Blow dry your hair until it is completely dry.
  3. Remove the rollers and run your fingers through your curls to open them slightly.
  4. Part your hair in the middle.
  5. Gather all the hair on the front of your face on both sides and pin it in the back of the head.
  6. Split your bangs in the middle to complete the look.

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36. Messy ponytail with face sweeping fringe

We all know that Jennifer Aniston looks the kind of hair women flock to the salon to achieve. But it doesn’t always have to be that difficult to be inspired by her. Like this look, she just textured her hair and gathered it into a messy ponytail without worrying about brushing it off. How easy it is ?!

What you need
  • Texturierspray
  • scrunchy
How to style

1. Spray some texturing spray on all of your hair.
2.Fingers comb your hair and tie it into a messy high ponytail.
3. Part your bangs on one side to finish the look.

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37. Braided headband with straight bangs

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

What you need
  • Heat stabilizers
  • Texturierspray
  • 1.5 inch curling iron
  • straighteners
  • hairclips
  • Small fancy hair clip
How to style
  1. Prepare your washed, dried hair with some heat protection and texture spray.
  2. Curl the ends of all your hair.
  3. Straighten your pony.
  4. Take a 3 inch long hair above your left ear and braid it to the end.
  5. Place the braid across your head, just behind your bangs, and put it behind your right ear.
  6. Put a little chic clip on one corner of your braided headband to complete the look.

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38. Dense corrugated layers and bangs

If you love knitted diffuse curls, this Annalynne McCord hairline is for you. She has added a large volume to her multi-layered mane by diffusing. And the unusual step she took is curling up her bangs. However, the result is breathtaking.

What you need
  • Volumizing mousse
  • Leave fabric softener in
  • Hair dryer 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. Blow all your hair down from the top with the diffuser until it is completely dry.
3. Split your bangs with your hands in the middle to finish the look.

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39. Red feathered layers

If you’ve always dreamed of looking like Ariel or Merida with her lush red hair, this is your chance. The feathered, medium-length layers and the adorable, side-framed bangs make you look like the typical girl next door that every guy falls for.

What you need
  • Leave fabric softener in
  • round brush
  • hairdryer
  • straighteners
How to style

1. Add some leave-in conditioner to your washed, dried hair.
2. Blowdry all of your hair by brushing your hair down and flicking the round brush outwards when you reach the end.
3. Straighten your bangs and split them on one side to finish the look.

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40. Super short waves

Something about this short and super-layered shag is very Parisian feeling. The tousled waves give off an absolutely effortless atmosphere, and these short, shaggy pony tones add to the whole look "blown by the sea wind".

What you need
  • Sea Salt Spray
  • hairdryer
  • moroccan oil
How to style

1. Spray on a little sea salt spray everything through your washed, wet hair.
2. Blow dry 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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41. Dented curls and sweeping bangs

If you’re a classic haircut, these long bangs on a long layered hair are the way to go. And I don’t even know how Katie Holmes’ battered curls manage to shape and improve her already chiseled cheekbones. How is that possible? And don’t even let me start with those sultry bangs that split in the middle.

What you need
  • Heat stabilizers
  • 2 inch curling iron
  • Strong hold hairspray
How to style
  1. Prepare your washed, dried hair with some heat protection.
  2. Part your hair in the middle.
  3. Pick up 2 inches of strands at a time and roll all the hair off your face. When you remove your curly hair from the iron, hold it in your hand and spray some strong hairspray over it to fully position the curl before dropping it.
  4. Gently run your fingers through your hair to unfold them a little.
  5. Finish off with a few more sprays of strong hold hairspray.

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42.Beyonce pony

I have to for real convince yourself to be inspired by Queen Bey? No one makes a dramatic, large, springy curl look better than the old school Beyonce. The long layers of her long hair help to spread and structure the curls. And these voluminous side sweep bangs are to die for.

What you need
  • Volumizing mousse
  • 3 inch curlers
  • hairdryer
  • Wide toothed comb
  • Medium hold hairspray
How to style
  1. Prepare your washed, wet hair with some volume foam.
  2. Blow dry the hair partially until it is damp.
  3. When you pick up as much hair as will fit on a roller, put the curlers in all of your hair.
  4. Thread out your rolled up hair and let the rollers rest for another 20 minutes.
  5. Remove all rollers from your hair and gently run a wide-toothed comb for a softer look.
  6. Part your bangs on one side and spray on some medium hairspray to finish the look.

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43. Rippled curls

Bring back old-world charm with this voluminous layered look cut into shoulder-length hair. The blunt bangs underline the childish innocence of this look. Now all you have to do is use curling hair’s currently trendy hair plopping technique to complete the look.

What you need
  • Wide toothed comb
  • Leave fabric softener in
  • A cotton t-shirt
  • straighteners
  • Hold light hairspray
How to style
  1. Remove all knots and matting from your washed, wet hair using a wide tooth comb and apply some leave-in conditioner to it.
  2. Spread a cotton t-shirt on your bed.
  3. Bend your head down, turn all your hair forward, and place it on the bottom half of your t-shirt.
  4. Wrap the t-shirt around your head and gently lift your head.
  5. Tie the sleeves of your shirt over your forehead.
  6. Leave the shirt on overnight.
  7. Remove the t-shirt from your hair and shake it out a little to make it messier.
  8. Straighten your bangs to finish the look.

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44. Quirky bangs

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

What you need
  • Heat stabilizers
  • 1-inch curling iron
  • Fine tooth comb
  • smoothing serum
How to style
  1. Prepare your washed, dried hair with some heat protection.
  2. Pick up 1-inch strands of hair at a time and curl all of your hair.
  3. Run a fine-toothed comb through your curls to give it a wavy texture.
  4. Apply a few drops of smoothing serum to your bangs to stop them and complete the look.

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45. Curly layers with half bangs

If you absolutely loathe it, when your pony comes into your eyes and annoys you with the crap, stop. If you cut your bangs over your eyebrows, you stay at the top of the hair game and keep your irritability low. And your layered hair will bloom positively in diffuse curls.

What you need
  • Leave fabric softener in
  • Hair dryer with a diffuser attachment
  • Texturierspray
How to style

1. Apply some leave-in conditioner to your washed, wet hair.
2. Bend your head forward and blow the hair from top to bottom with the diffuser in place.
3. Spray on some texturizing spray and curl your curls with your hands to roughen them and complete the look.

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46. ​​Sultry headband updo

Helloooo, Christina Hendricks * fans themselves *. She is a beautiful woman who knows what she is doing with her hair. It’s ridiculous how easy this look is to achieve and how sophisticated it looks. Hendricks managed to take advantage of her layered hair by taking the first layer out of the knot and shaping it like a bangs. Genius, I say.

What you need
  • Texturierspray
  • Hair elastic
  • hairclips
  • Fabric Headband
How to style
  1. Spray a lot of texturing spray on your hair.
  2. Skip your bangs, tie all of your hair into a low ponytail.
  3. Twist and roll the ponytail into a small, messy knot and fasten it to your head by inserting bobby pins from all sides.
  4. Share your bangs on one side.
  5. Tie your fabric headband behind your bangs to complete the look.

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47. Messy structured braid

Lea Michele has been killing the layered hairstyle game for quite a while. This structured braid is a great example. Since her hair is cut in layers, it sticks out along the entire length of the braid and exudes a very chic atmosphere. and her immortal bangs look so cool.

What you need
  • Texturierspray
  • Hair elastic
How to style
  1. Prepare your washed, dried hair with some texturizing spray.
  2. Gather all of your hair on one side and braid it to the end.
  3. Secure the end of your braid with a hair band.
  4. Use your hands to style your bangs to cover your forehead.
  5. Loosen up your braid to give it a more structured look.

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48. Bedhead layers

If you want to wake up one morning and let your hair do its own thing, go on … actually no. I would suggest a few sprays of sea salt spray and about 30 seconds to use to get your mane down a bit. Your layered hair will achieve the best shape of its natural texture and your bangs will calm down if you follow these simple steps.

What you need
How to style

1. Wake up.
2. Brush your hair.
3. Spray on some sea salt spray and knead your hair.
4. Done.

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49. Relaxed curls with wispy bangs

If you have a real chillaxed personality and want to convey that through your style, this hair look is perfect for you. All you have to do is cut your hair in simple layers and style it in some loose waves. The wispy pony only lifts the whole relaxed atmosphere.

What you need
  • Heat stabilizers
  • 1.5 inch curling iron
  • Wide toothed comb
  • straighteners
  • Sea Salt Spray
How to style
  1. Prepare your washed, dried hair with some heat protection.
  2. Roughly curl the bottom half of your hair.
  3. Run a wide jagged comb through your curls to give them a more relaxed feel.
  4. Straighten bangs and spray on some sea salt spray to finish off the look.

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50. Messy bun and tousled fringe

We all know how to tie a messy bun. But nobody makes a messy bun better than Selena Gomez. Her layered hair gives the bun more dimension by sticking out in some places. And the ruffled edge gives the whole look an atmosphere of carefree nonchalance.

What you need
  • Texturierspray
  • Big elastic hair
  • hairclips
  • straighteners
How to style

1. Spray a lot of textured spray on all of your hair.
2. Gather all of your hair and roll it into a messy bun on your head.
3. Secure this bun with a large elastic hair band that is twisted around it twice.
4. To further secure the bun, add a few bobby pins wherever you feel it is loose and most likely to open.
5. Finish by roughly straightening your bangs and styling them as you want.

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