Hairstyles with Bangs and Layers for Medium Hair

Insanely Stunning Hairstyles With Bangs and Layers for Medium Hair

Layered hairstyles never go out of fashion, and any haircut without bangs can look incomplete. Here are some ideas...
HairGlamourista Staff
Last Updated: Jul 22, 2017
Medium hair is very versatile, as you can cut it in different styles. If you wish to go for hairstyles with bangs and layers, there are different ways to achieve this look. Consider your hair type and face shape while picking up a style. You can pick any of the ideas mentioned below, and accompany it with appropriate bangs to complete your look.
Side Blunt Bangs: To get this style you will need to side-part your hair and cut the front section of your hair at an angle. The hair length for bangs should be maintained above eyebrow level.
Side Swept Bangs: For side sweeping bangs you will need to side-part your hair, and cut the front section of your hair into long bangs which are below your eyebrow level and cover one eye.
Blunt Cleopatra: These are very stylish looking bangs, that add a bold look. To get the them, take the front section of your hair and cut it into a straight line, so that they fall till your eyebrow level.
Middle Parted Bangs: These are similar to side swept bangs, just that you need to part your hair in the middle and cut both sides.
Choppy Bangs: Choppy bangs are popular. To get choppy layered hair with bangs you will need to cut the front section of your hair into blunt long bangs first, and then cut various hair strands in different lengths to give it a choppy effect.
Asymmetrical Bangs: To get a different look, you can try cutting your hair into asymmetrical bangs. Just cut your hair into Cleopatra style straight bangs, and then cut the hair into a curve or with one side of the bangs longer than the other.
Layers for Medium Hair
Formal Layered Cut: This is a classic hairstyle with bangs and layers. The hair is parted in the middle, and then cut into deep layers starting from the jaw or chin line. This style looks good with side or straight bangs.
Flipped Out Layers: This is opposite of the above style. In a formal layered cut, the hair is styled inwards, while in this style the stylist will cut your hair in such a way that they look flipped outwards. This style looks good with side sweeping bangs.
Razor Cut with Layers: To give your hair a sleeker, wispy ends look, the stylist will first cut your hair into layers, and then run a razor. The razor will remove the bulk of your hair and give the stylish sleek look to your hair. This style looks good with side sweeping or blunt Cleopatra style bangs.
Wavy Layered Hair: To get wavy layers, first cut the hair near the crown into few layers, so that they add volume. Then cut the rest of the hair into deep layers, with the hair ends cut to look tapering.
Choppy Layered Styles: To get choppy layers, you will need to cut all the hair strands at an angle and at different lengths. This will give volume and texture to plain straight hair, and the choppy look.
So, pick a suitable layered hairstyles which suits you, and accompany your style with any of the above mentioned bangs. Get your haircut done from a stylist, and enjoy your new look!
Wavy layered hair
Razor cut with layers