Soft, Long Layers
The Cut: Soft, Long Layers
Celebrity Inspiration: Jennifer Aniston
Description: “These long layers are best achieved by not overlayering the hair,” notes Vincent. “Any stylist should make sure they are focusing on the front corners of the cut, and it's best to use a point-cutting technique to soften the whole cut. Also, shortening the corners will help open up anyone's face to create even more softness.”
Style It: For Jennifer’s ultrastraight and shiny locks, apply an antifrizz product to damp hair, such as Living Proof Satin Serum ($29) and blow-dry with an ionic dryer, such as InStyler’s BLU Turbo Ionic Dryer ($99). Don’t forget to part it straight down the middle.
Who It Works For: “This haircut works best on someone who already has a lot of hair,” advises Vincent. Unless, of course, you want to spring for extensions (splurge, girlfriend). It also works especially well on people with oval, heart-shaped, or square faces.