Finding the perfect haircut can be difficult, especially when you have curly hair. Because everyone’s curl pattern and density are different, it’s not always as easy as showing up to the salon and getting exactly what you see on Instagram.
With that being said, there are some specific cuts that work well for curly hair, one being curly hair layers! If you’re deciding whether layers are for you or not, keep reading for why curly hair layers are so great for curls and some inspiration pictures to bring to your next appointment!
Are curly hair layers for me?
If you have curly hair, chances are a layered cut could work for you! Layers are ideal for curly hair because they add body and mega volume. Plus, because there isn’t as much weight pulling down on your strands, your curls are more likely to hold their shape and spring!
Keep in mind though that there are many different layered cuts for curly hair and that’s why it’s so important to talk with your stylist before starting the cut to set expectations and form an understanding of what your end result will look like.
If you’re looking for a starting point for your cut, check out some of these gorgeous inspiration pictures from some of our Deva-trained stylists!
These layered bangs allow for more volume at the root, which is what we all want, right?!
If you have a looser curl pattern like this curlfriend, you can really benefit from curly hair layers because they won’t pull your natural curl pattern down!
Shags are all the rage right now and this layered wavy cut is no exception.
This cut features lowkey layers that aren’t super noticeable but still add body.
Check out this beautiful transformation that evened out the length and added volume by subtle layering!
This client’s waves are flourishing after a layered cut to eliminate some of that excess weight.
Both a layered cut and pintura highlights really help these curls pop.
The longer curls in the front really help to accentuate the client’s face while also boosting volume.
Are you going to try curly hair layers during your next DevaCut? Let us know below!