Adding layers is a simple way to keep short hair feeling fresh. A side part gives those with sparse or fine hair more volume.
Choose a side-parted, long hairdo if you do not like all-over layers. The bang-like front pieces are the perfect finishing flourish.
curly hair works well with any type of part. It adds additional substance and boosts your curls.
Change up your typical bob by requesting textured layers and a shorter length in the rear.
Long hair can easily become flat, so if you have face-framing layers, adopt a side part for added height and movement.
This wavy, mid-length hairstyle is an ideal candidate for a deep side part and is another example of maintaining long hair while maximizing its potential.
Keep a curly hairdo from appearing one-dimensional by including a bit of asymmetry, such as side-swept bangs.
With a classic bob length and cut, you'll be transported back in time. There are not many layers here, but the ends are curled under to add vintage panache.