The layered long hairstyle is one of the easiest to pull off: it’s feminine, low maintenance and can be styled successfully in many different ways. You can change the parting from side to middle, the texture from straight to curly and the style from down to an up-do, without any major challenges. However, such simplicity and easiness can soon send the best of us into a “hair style rut” or “hair style crisis”.
Here we offer you some tips into keeping your hair looking fresh, interesting and up to date, with a few layered long hairstyles you can try yourself. If we take a page from celebrity hair trends, Rachel McAdams has been hailed for her adding volume to her 50s inspired long layered haircut on the red carpet. If you’re going for a “girl next door look” like Sports Illustrated model Kate Upton, you may want to add soft curly waves to your layers for a simple but sensational look.
Kate Middleton, is one of the only royals in the World hailed as a style icon, and certainly the only royal “hair style icon”. Although she rarely changes her long layered locks, she keeps them looking fresh with subtle highlights, playing with her hair texture and changing her “bangs” and parting on a regular basis.