Top 10 Layered Haircuts with Bangs for 2018

Short Layered Haircut with Blunt Bangs

Short Layered Haircut with Blunt Bangs
Instagram @heartwoodhair

Shoulder Length Haircut with Side Bangs

Shoulder Length Haircut with Side Bangs
Instagram @yubeautyloungeak

Shaggy Layered Haircut with Curtain Bangs

Shaggy Layered Haircut with Curtain Bangs
Instagram @gisellaamayahair

This is an awesome shaggy haircut if you wanna remove weight from your long hair and still feel full and stylish. This layered blonde shag with pretty curtain bangs is totally easy to wear and style for your everyday look.

Curly Layered Haircut with Long Bangs

Curly Layered Haircut with Long Bangs
Instagram @jessicaevelym

Curly hair looks truly beautiful when layered in the right places and styled with bangs. These add more volume and definition to those curls that will surely give you a noteworthy look.

Layered Bob with Fringe

Layered Bob with Fringe
Instagram @alinazadehair

Long Bob with Layers and Short Bangs

Long Bob with Layers and Short Bangs
Instagram @owlandpussycatsalon

If you’re bored of your bob and ready for a change, try these baby bangs for a fresh edgy look. Complete this cool hairstyle with a subtle blonde balayage and textured waves that are so easy to maintain.

Choppy Layers with Wispy Bangs

Choppy Layers with Wispy Bangs
Instagram @chiyukihair

This chic bob features layers and a messy fringe that make fine hair seem voluminous and textured. The stylish asymmetrical cut also creates movement for the whole look.

Shoulder Length Layered Haircut with Choppy Bangs

Q&A with style creator, Luis Miguel Bujia
Owner / Lead Creative Director @ Stylists At North in Alexandria, VA

How would you describe this look?

The haircut is a classic French long layered haircut with some very soft face framing. I chose a French technique because we planned on doing balayage with her base color to create a more flexible movement.

I used Kevin Murphy Antigravity on her roots and Shimmer Shine on her ends. I then did a French blowout with boar bristle brushes.

Her bangs are heavy with a lot of texture. We didn’t cut them straight across because her face is pretty square, so we left the corners a bit longer giving it a rounder shape.

Any advice for someone considering it?

It will take some styling but with a perfect volumizer for your roots and moisture or shine product for your ends, you’ll get the perfect blowout.

This will look gorgeous on straighter to wavier textures. If you have a rounder shape face, you may want to consider a straighter fringe. If you have a square-shaped face, definitely go for a softer more rounded fringe.

This is an amazing look for the woman on the go who doesn’t mind spending 10-15 minutes on their hair. It looks stunning down with its bouncy layers. If you pull it back, you can definitely give yourself some beautiful drama with fringe and layers around your face.

Long Layered Haircut with Bangs

Q&A with style creator, Jessica Kaye
Stylist @ Bob Steele Salon in Roswell, GA


How would you describe this look?

Modern shag with a fringe is how I’d describe this look that is very layered with lots of movement and texture. We gave her a longer fringe that really shapes the face.

We kept the balayage very organic and natural to make this look feel effortless. We cut this with the intention of air drying or just tousling with a wand/curling iron.

Any advice for someone considering it?

This is a great look for anyone looking for a new style that doesn’t mind a little daily maintenance! Layers give movement for a great shape, and the fringe makes this very versatile.

This look can be worn down and styled to look very trendy or can be worn pulled up/back because the fringe gives you a style all in itself! I love a top knot with a fringe like this to have a quick and easy style for the day while still looking put together!

Medium Layered Haircut with Side Swept Bangs

Q&A with style creator, Grace Corradetti
Master Stylist / Balayage Expert @ Purnama Style Lounge in Kelowna, BC


How would you describe this look?

For this look, we were both feeling like we wanted a boho vibe. My favorite way to create lived-in layers is focusing more so on the interior of the haircut using a “back cutting” technique creating movement and shape without the boxy square shape that can leave you with harsh lines and a less desirable grow out.

Her fringe was pulled from where her natural part lies creating fluidity and symmetry. I always follow the center line of the iris to create a perfect balance with the face.

Any advice for someone considering it?

With her balayage placement, I focused on what the sun would do to her hair. Adding thicker pieces of balayage throughout her fringe, I start with a very thin backcombed piece that went into a wider section also allowing for a more smooth grow out.

As for this cut and shape, it works fabulously well on the square jaw and longer forehead. Not to mention, bangs are way cheaper than botox!