We have a collection of long hair haircuts and hairstyles for you to inspire from. If you feel a sudden desire to change your hairstyle, do not hurry up to chop it off. Long and flowing locks are to die for. However, this may get extremely boring, especially when you don’t know how to put it together. So, we have these great options.
There are loads and loads of updos for long haircuts and other hairstyles you are able to pull off. This is why we have compiled our collection. The next time the urge is coming, you’d better have one or two of these great ideas at the back of your mind to use.
We really love Rapunzel hair, and we guess that your opinion does not differ when it comes to this character’s gorgeous locks. Truly, if to think about it, long hair infatuates the beauty industry. Hurry to surrender to the whims of fashion. You will definitely find the perfect hairstyle here.
Easy Ways To Wear Long Hair HaircutsCredit photo: instagram.com/jayrua_glam
If you are looking for the way to revamp plain and dull long hair, balayage is your best bet. A hint of color will add a lot of movement to long strands. You may also go for some bright colors.
Messy Long Hair HaircutsCredit photo: instagram.com/lee4you
One of the best ways to casually style long hair hairstyles is a braided hairstyle. A side braid is an easy option. Combine it with a ponytail or just wear the rest of your hair down. Such a hairstyle is super comfy and cute for every day.
Long Hair Haircuts With BangsCredit photo: instagram.com/veronica_haircreator
Any hairstyle plus bangs equals a sexy look. This is almost a common knowledge. And this is not an exception with long hair. Longer side swept bangs will give you definition and frame the face.
Long Cuts For Your Face ShapeCredit photo: instagram.com/iluvsarahii
70s and 60s vibe of hair styles for long hair is trendy nowadays. This basically means loose curls, volume, layers and a little bit of messiness are your best friends for the nearest future.
Middle Parted Long Hair HaircutsCredit photo: instagram.com/salsalhair
Whether you rock a perfectly sleek and shiny chevelure or you flaunt with a messy, shaggy mane, the way you part your hair plays a crucial role in your look. The middle part was created for ladies who want their hair to look voluminous and well-groomed. Not only does such parting give a perfectly balanced appearance to your locks but also provide a lot of room for volumetric styling: just lift up your hair from the roots. Also, there’s one more benefit about middle parted hairstyles: they can frame your face and make it appear slimmer.
Layered Long Hair HaircutsCredit photo: instagram.com/parrucchieridelcorso
The truth is that even the simplest long layered hairstyles look fabulous. The difficulties arise when you come to choose a proper layered cut for yourself, they are very many. That is where we would suggest you pay attention to the way you wish to succeed with. If you want to achieve a little messy, easy-going look than experimenting with many layers of various length is what you should opt for. But if you’re going to create a more polished and elegant look, then you should better ask for the combo of long layers interacting with one another. No matter which style you prefer the fact remains that layered mane is easy to manage and to style. Whether straight or beach-waved the effect will always be mind-blowing!
Asymmetrical Long HaircutsCredit photo: instagram.com/mikaatbhc
Shag Long HaircutsCredit photo: instagram.com/cutyourhair
Shag long hairstyles are going to be on the edge of popularity the minute the warm season strikes. It is only natural to show off your mane when it is sunny outside, and shag haircut is the perfect one to help you achieve that goal. The thing is that with such a hairstyle you will look fantastic no matter where you go and there will be no need to spend countless hours in front of your mirror before stepping outside. Another surprising benefit of a shag is that it is equally flattering to all hair textures not to mention that it can easily add up some volume as well as take it away. Try it out, and you will not regret. Use these inspiring images to your advantage.
Long Haircuts With Blunt BangsCredit photo: instagram.com/cutyourhair
As you may have already noticed, there are lots of different types of haircuts for long hair, but when it comes to long hairstyles with bangs, you should be aware of the fact that they are much required nowadays. In case you wonder why the answer is because they are effortless-looking, flattering and easy to maintain. What is more, no matter the types of haircut for long hair you can always upgrade any cut with a bang. Besides, the variety of bangs is breath-taking which means that there will be surely a type for you. Do not be afraid of experimentation you live your life once after all!
Textured Long HaircutsCredit photo: instagram.com/salsalhair
Very often after you have been growing your hair out for a while, you do not really want to cut it at all. Trimming is okay with you, but that is it. Can’t say that we blame you but the reality is such that even the longest locks sometimes need some volume otherwise they just look unattended and dull. That is when texturizing comes in handy. Textured haircuts are done in such a way that a hair stylist cuts it at an angle so that there is not so much of a length loss, but there is a dramatic addition of volume. Those of you who have long curly hair will surely appreciate it but try not to de-volume your mane since it may turn out to be growing out in an imperfect shape.
Thick Bangs And Long HaircutsCredit photo: instagram.com/scixxorhands
Bangs can be different. But there’s one thing all the types of fringe have in common: they look stunning on any woman! Whether you have fine, uncontrollable hair texture or you’re one of those who dream about volume in your thin locks, there’s no way bangs won’t satisfy your needs. A full bang is the finishing detail to your long-hair look, as it creates a very full, youthful silhouette. Pair this fancy fringe with waves to emphasize the beauty of your long locks.
V-Cut Hairstyles For Long Hair
The thing you will love about V-shaped haircuts is that they’re not only beautiful from the back. Yes, it’s hard to describe the way they look when all of your hair hangs on your shoulders, but they also look stunning when you show up front tresses. Just look what a magnificent wavy style you can create once you wave your V-cut. Each of these hairstyles proves that the beauty of long hair is simply eternal.
U-Cut Hairstyles For Long HairCredit photo: instagram.com/realericvaughn
Ladies who want to keep their hair as lush and voluminous as possible opt for U-shaped haircuts, as the angle in which these cuties are done leaves more space for fullness. Of course, loose long hair styling is simple, but who says that simplicity can’t be fascinating? Once you have a look at these wavy U-cut styles, you will never want to cut your unbelievable long locks: who wants to get rid of the beauty in its purest?
Straight Long HairCredit photo: instagram.com/jandrewserna
Haircuts for long straight hair can be easily spiced up with layers. However, who says that these layers must be as straight as your hair? It is definitely possible and, from the point of view of fashion, even advisable to take the layers to another level and wave them a bit or at least add some texture. Thus, besides providing your hairstyle with bounce and movement and breaking up that unnecessary bulk, waved or textured layers will make your hairstyle appear more up-to-date. Just apply your favorite texturizing product on wet, clean tresses and blow-dry, using a special round brush. Done!
Wavy Long HairstyleCredit photo: instagram.com/hairbykacie1
Our beauty experts believe that long layered wavy hair makes a woman appear especially feminine and ultimately sexy. However, when waved, long tresses might add too much bulk to the front area and thus make a woman resemble a poodle. Although that would still look cute, it’s not always the result we are looking for. Well, there is one simple solution: just ask your hair stylist to cut several front tresses a bit shorter. Thus, you won’t sacrifice any length, but that extra bulk will go away, opening your pretty face. How do you like this idea? We think it’s brilliant!
Chopped BangsCredit photo: instagram.com/salsalhair
Not all types of bangs are meant to hide a broad forehead and overlap most of the face. In fact, there’s a fringe for every beauty need possible, and choppy bangs are the type that works for adding fullness and individuality to the look. They stand out for their lightweight, yet voluminous body that enhances the movement of the whole mane, blending with it seamlessly. Whether you want to add some individuality to your long haircut or you’d like to frame your face a little, don’t miss this amazing type of fringe in your life.
Side Swept Wavy Long CutsCredit photo: instagram.com/salsalhair
To get the most of waves, you need to add as much dynamics to your hair as you can. For example, if you have naturally wavy hair, the right haircut that enhances the flow of your wavy pattern is crucial. Once you get one, you need to reveal its full potential, and this is where the side-swept look comes in. With this easy styling trick, you will not only spice up the look with a ton of volume but also intensify the wavy texture, taking your daily styles to the next level.
Arched BangsCredit photo: instagram.com/salsalhair
Arched bangs are a sought-after look that nicely blends with long hair, no matter how short or long it is. You can make it a part of your long haircut, as well as outline it and make it stand out from the rest of the locks. And that’s only the beginning of how you can play with this type of bangs. The point is that long hair tends to lose its volume as it grows longer, so you should be creative to keep the volumetric look with you. Layers and bangs are probably the best weapon for dull looks caused by the heavy length: these pictures are here to prove that.
Center Parted Wavy Long HaircutsCredit photo: instagram.com/maggiemh
When all you want is to have a perfectly balanced look, the first thing you should consider is the parting. A center part is the fundamental of a totally harmonic look which, by the way, is full of beautifying benefits. First of all, if you spread all your hair evenly from both sides, you will give your chubby cheeks the framing effect they couldn’t even dream of. Second, you can unfold the secret volume you never knew you had by finishing your center-parted look with a slight wave. Everything about these long haircuts is super easy. Still, this simplicity will work wonders on anyone with thin and fine to thick and dense textures.
Thick Messy WavesCredit photo: instagram.com/riawna
With this haircut, thick hair is no longer hard to tame! Since thick hair is pretty heavy, many women give up the idea of rocking their favorite waves, as the time-consuming styling process doesn’t give long-lasting results. Let’s leave it up to thick waves! Ask your stylist for layering at the edges that divide the hair into three levels. After that, get yourself salt spray and apply it to your damp hair. Tousle it all up, lock the style with cool air and enjoy effortless but distinctive waves that make your styling routine a breeze.
Long Swept BangsCredit photo: hair_by_zolotaya
Long swept bangs are another stylish and practical way to spruce up your look with an additional volumetric layer. The best thing is, they’re super easy to style and maintain. You can always go for an update if you’d like to rock bangs or let this layer grow and become one with the rest of your hair. Don’t forget to ask your stylist for a smooth blend of the bangs so that you will be able to play around with its styles: it can be styled as a part of the whole look, as a classic curtain fringe or as a couple of side-framing layers.
Side Swept Messy LayersCredit photo: instagram.com/ashley.m.stylist
Messy layers that fall freely on one another and create an outweighed body are the best response to once unbearable thin hair styling routine! Although layers take away some weight from the locks, their lightweight body amps up the silhouette, thus making it appear well-balanced and full. And a side-swept messy body is the icing on the cake: a volumetric twist on the front won’t ever hurt!
Messy Waves With Center PartCredit photo: instagram.com/maggiemh
There’s no perfection without messiness! Here, for example, the perfectly leveled and evenly parted locks look alive and dynamic for one simple reason - a hint of carefree, relaxed mess amps up the texture. Yes, having a mess in your hair is no longer a bad thing. As you can see, the tousled strands make the silhouette fuller and airier, thus creating a totally effortless, balanced look.
For your information, light flower and plant oils, for example, coconut or palm oil, can dissolve much heavier oils that are present on a person’s scalp. As a result, you get a deeper clean when shampooing, which leads to the volume boost.
Try some dry shampoo. Spritz your tresses with dry shampoo and shake the strands a bit, with the fingertips. This easy trick will add some major lift to your tresses.
Lots Of LayersCredit photo: instagram.com/sheffpavelstylist
This look is perfect for those with thin hair who want to keep their long style but add some extra volume. Start with chin length layers and then add several more layers reaching the ends of your hair. Some soft and subtle balayage tones will add even more texture to this sexy style.
FAQ: Long Hair Haircuts
Which hair cut is best for long hair?
Here are some of the best haircuts for long hair:
- Razor Cut (also called Layered Cut)
- Wavy Ends
- Choppy Layers
- Straight Cut
- All types of bangs
- Tapered Ends
Can long hair have layers?
Long hair with layers has greater movement and volume. Thin hair with layers also becomes more volumetric. Layering long hair eliminates just enough weight to give it flow and doesn’t make the ends look straggly.
Where should layers start on long hair?
If you want more texture and dimension for your long hair, start your layers close to the chin or below the nose if you have medium or longer hair. You need shorter layers a bob, although it would be better if you leave it up to your hairstylist.