Hair Texture and Thickness Considerations
When it comes to feathered haircuts for long hair, it’s essential to consider your hair’s texture and thickness. Megan advises, “If you have curly hair, it’s best to avoid feathering it back, especially if your hair is coarse or dry.” Feathered layers can be quite short on unstraightened coily hair, so it’s crucial to take daily maintenance and lifestyle into account. To achieve the best results, Megan emphasizes the importance of a thorough consultation with your hairstylist.
Face Shapes and Feathered Haircuts
Feathered haircuts for long hair can complement any face shape when the shortest layer is appropriately placed. Whether you have a round face, square face, long face, oval face, heart-shaped face, or any other face shape, this versatile haircut can accentuate your features and boost your confidence. Megan explains, “The greatest thing about this haircut is that it works on any face shape as long as the shortest layer is properly placed. It’s a great way to highlight your attributes and make you feel confident.”
Styling Tips and Recommended Products
Achieving a flawless look with feathered haircuts for long hair requires some styling tips and the right products. Megan suggests a simple technique: “Curl the top front pieces of your hair back at a 45-degree angle using a large curling iron or a round brush.” This will add volume and give your hair a polished appearance. For added ease and convenience, many clients prefer one-step stylers to achieve volume and style their hair effortlessly.
When it comes to recommended products, Megan highly recommends the power powder by Maria Nila. This product is excellent for adding volume and texture to your feathered haircut. It helps you achieve the desired look and maintain it throughout the day, regardless of your lifestyle type. Whether you’re a working professional, busy mom, active individual, or retired, the power powder can be a valuable addition to your styling routine.
Pictures of Captivating Feathered Haircuts for Long Hair
#1: Long Feathered Cut with Voluminous Layers
Try this long feathered cut with layers if you want added volume. The light layers remove unwanted weight to give you a natural weightless volume.
#2: Sleek Feathery Cut with Shorter Front Layers
Are you unsure of how to style your growing fringe? You can opt for a sleek, feathery cut featuring short front layers. Pairing your current fringe with layers around your face makes the growth appear purposeful rather than clumsy.
#3: Summer Blonde Feathery Hair with Dark Roots
Try this summer blonde with feathery layers and dark roots. The dark root will give you depth and the illusion of thickness.
#4: 90s-Inspired Feathery Layers with Curtain Fringe
Go for this 90s-inspired feathers layered cut with curtain bangs! This look will offer tons of versatility and texture!
#5: Flicked-Out Layers and Face Frame
Go for this look with flicked-out layers and face frame texture if you want a more flowy cut. This glamorous look can be worn with just about any face shape. Just ask your stylist to feather your bangs a little.
#6: Layered Blonde Hair with Off-Center Part
Try an off-center part with layers on your blonde hair. The off-center part and layers will make your hair look fuller and bouncier.
#7: Feathered Long Layers on Thin Hair
Consider these feathery long layers if you have thin hair. These seamless layers add natural volume.
#8: Long Blonde Butterfly Hair with Soft Shaggy Layers and Curtain Bangs
Here’s a long blonde butterfly haircut with soft shaggy layers and curtain bangs. It’s the perfect cut for those with a rounder forehead fringe area. Balance your face shape with curtain bangs that swoop down and back with a length right under your lower eyelid. Blend down into facial framing layers to complete a butterfly-layered effect. For finer straight hair textures, ask your stylist to add crown layers for shaggy hair.
#9: Very Long Hair with Butterfly Layers
You’ve got to try butterfly layers if you have very long hair. These light layers with give you bounce and texture.
#10: Feathery Layered Brunette Hair
Try this feathery layered brunette hair for your next style. The light layers help add natural volume, while the dark color adds depth.
#11: Creamy Blonde Hair with Long Butterfly Cut
Ask for creamy blonde hair with a long butterfly cut. Show off your blonde hair color with a gorgeous feathered butterfly cut. This cut amplifies your features with facial framing pieces blended into feathered layers. Your stylist will focus on your facial features to create a frame that suits you. The layers throughout the rest of your hair can be longer or shorter if you want more crown volume. A two in curling iron to show off those face-framing bits or a big round brush will do the trick.
#12: Feathered Hair with Long Black Layers
Try adding feathered layers to your long black hair. These fluttery layers will help give your dark hair the illusion of dimension.
#13: Middle Part Hairstyle with Wispy Layers
Ask about a wispy layered hairstyle with a middle part. If you want lightness and movement in the hair, wispy feathered layers will be your best friend. A great cut for those with thick yet fine hair textures. If you have an oval, round, or diamond face shape, try a middle part for a beautiful elongating balance.
#14: Long Hair with Flipped-Out Ends
Try flipped-out ends if you have long hair. The subtle layers will add tons of movement!
#15: Waist-Length Straight Feathery Layers
Opt for this waist-length hair with feathery layers if your hair is straight and long. This look is simple and elegant, while the layers add texture to the ends.
#16: Chest-Length Hair with Lightly Feathered Ends
Go for this chest-length hair with lightly feathered ends if you like a soft layered look. The look would work with thick or fine hair. Using a texture cream will help accentuate the texture.
#17: Long Choppy Layers with Texture
Ask for choppy layers with texture if you have super long hair. This look will be easy to style, and the layers should fall into place with little effort.
#18: Long Haircut with Front Feathered Layers
Try this long haircut with front feathered layers if you want a sleek cut. The soft and subtle face frame layers add lots of movement to this look.
#19: Short and Long Flipped-Up Layers
Try a short and long flipped-layer cut if you like lots of texture. This look is classic and sultry.
#20: Very Long Middle-Parted Hair with Soft Layers
Ask for this middle-parted look with soft layers if you have long hair. The layers give this long hair flattering softness and volume.
#21: Feathered Cut with Long Curtain Bangs
Opt for this feathered cut with long curtain bangs if you lack movement in your current haircut. The layers give this look volume while adding dimension!
#22: Side-Parted Long Layers
Try adding long layers if you like a side part. This look is popular because it adds volume and gives a gorgeous vibe!
#23: Long Feathery Layers on Fine Hair
Try long feathery layers if you have soft fine hair! The shorter layers around your face will show your jawline and make your long hair look more bouncy.
#24: Golden Brown Hair with Piece-y Layers
Try this stunning look with golden brown color and piece-y layers. Styling this cut should be pretty easy and low maintenance. This look’s versatility is chic, with the ability to look more tousled if you prefer.
#25: Face-Framing Bangs and Layered Cut
Try face-framing bangs and a layered cut if you want a new feminine look that’s modern and versatile. The bangs frame the face and add softness.
#26: Long Layer Cut with Feathered Ends
Try long layers and feather ends if you want a new cut for your long hair. The shape of this cut is very versatile. A texture spray will help the feathered layers stand out and give overall dimension.