This Is the Most Flattering Haircut Ever—Plus, 15 Examples to Show Your Stylist
Face-Framing Layers Work For Everyone. Want Proof? Here's 15 examples.
Brigitte would be proud. This Bardot-worthy long fringe by stylist Cherin Choi hits those cheekbones like nobody's business.
Face-Framing Golden Blonde
Hold the phone: If we can make a scrunchied half bun look office-worthy, we're in.
A bun can be tricky. The only thing that stands between us and us looking like we're full-on wearing a wig cap is pulling out long face-framing pieces.
Platinum "Money Piece"
What's the "money piece," you might ask? It's your new secret weapon. In other terms, it's the piece of hair right at the frame of your face that catches the sunlight and lightens in the summertime. Layer it, brighten it, and rock it.
Excuse us while we go find our old bottle of Sun-In—these long strands have us dreaming of sun-kissed brunette, but especially the bright shortened-up pieces around the face.
Two words: Layered lob. Taking off both length and weight will give your mane envy-worthy volume.
We've found the ultimate cool-girl cut that feels a little retro—not to mention, we're very much on board with the low-maintenance layers by stylist Chris Greene.
These curls don't have anything weighing them down. Keep the layers coming, and you won't either.
Much like a bun, a low ponytail can go *very* British Colonial officer on us. Pull out those cheekbone-skimming layers, and you're back in this century and looking fabulous.
Scared to make the chop? You can still frame your face with long layers, which work perfectly on long, straight strands.
And the award for most flattering lob goes to...this layered shoulder cut with serious sass.
As if redheads needed any more help standing out in the crowd, a killer haircut with chin-skimming long layers will do the trick.
Curls might be naturally more footloose and fancy-free, but they can still feel heavy if not layered. This mane, cut by stylist Sal Salcedo, gets a flattering touch from wispy bangs and layers that graze the cheekbones and chin.
Haven't you heard? The Shag haircut is back and better than ever—seriously, more Stevie Nicks and less Joan Jett. Starting with curtained bangs, this cut by stylist Ashlee Norman cascades down into the most layers. And we're loving it.
Caramel "Money Piece"
Here's the brunette answer to the "money piece." It's a subtle warm caramel strand right at the cheekbone, and it has us calling our stylist for an emergency session, stat.