Short Layered Haircut How To Cut
Layered hair frames enhance the features, making it the perfect choice for any facial shape. However, this cut does not work well for all hair types. It is very suitable for people with thin or medium straight or wavy hair, but this cut also does not work for people with curly or rough hair. If you want to try layering but prefer not to spend money on an expensive haircut, there are simple techniques you can try at home. A layered cut is the way to go!
A Get your hair ready to layer. Start with clean, moist hair as it is harder to control length when working with wet hair. Use a wide-toothed comb to scan all the nodes of your hair so the layers you create will be smooth
Gather your hair at the top of your head. Keep the ponytail at the top of your head, the flat area where you can balance a comb towards the back of the top of your head. Tilt your head upside down, comb your hair forward and use your hands to create a ponytail above your head. secure there with a hair elastic, then turn your head up the right side. Make sure your hair is smooth against your head; any lump or tangled piece can result in messy layering
Move the elastic ponytail down. Use one hand to hold the ponytail and the other hand to slide down the elastic until it is a couple of inches from the end of the ponytail. if you want thin layering, slide down the elastic so that only an inch or so of hair is left in the ponytail. For tougher layers, leave a few inches of hair in the ponytail