Long wet look hairstyles 2018

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Robin Marchant

Front Layers

Sarah Jessica Parker's hair is heavily layered around the face, with deep snipped-in layers all throughout the ends. If your hair is naturally straight, this will probably be the easiest haircut you'll ever have — and it's a particularly flattering cut on those with tons of fine hair. If your jawline is more on the square side, request pieces that start just above your cheekbones; those with an oval or heart-shaped face will look best with layers beginning around the chin.

Johnny Nunez

Long With Tight Curls

"For this...curly texture, you need beautifully blended, round layers all around your head to lend weight without looking heavy," says celebrity hairstylist Matt Fugate. You're safe no matter what your face shape — the trick is to keep the layers on the longer side. Look closely: Zendaya's first layer doesn't start until chin level. If you've got curly hair, always get a dry cut, says hairstylist Lorraine Massey of Devachan Salon. "Curly dry hair and curly wet hair are two different things."

Jamie McCarthy

All Around Layers

For a simple, versatile option, try Martha Hunt's long, haphazard layers. "I take the bottom two inches of hair and cut them in a way that's not too perfect by pointing the scissors downward," says hairstylist Renato Campora. The slightly imperfect ends make this a wash-and-go kind of cut. "You can blow it out or let it air-dry — the cut takes care of the styling for you." This cut complements every face shape and can be styled with a middle or side part.

Ethan Miller

Long and Subtle

The age of extensions has meant that isn't just for the Guinness Book of World Records — and that celebrities like Jennifer Lopez aren't the only ones getting in on the action. If you do invest in a set of seriously long strands, the gentlest snips starting at the chest will help give the style movement. Blunt ends can look heavy, giving your hair a window-drape vibe that we're pretty sure you're not after.

Michael Loccisano

Tapered Ends

Gisele Bündchen's long-layered cut removes the bulk and keeps her natural spirals from ballooning out. Her horizontal layers start at collarbone level in the back, but remain long in front. The thinking here is that when you inevitably tuck your hair behind your ears, you don't end up with a wide wedge shape. (That's a tip we picked up from Fugate.) The hair looks thick and textured, but with an overall streamlined appeal.

Anthony Harvey

Diagonal Lines

put layers on the map with chunky, piecey ones that fell every which way. That discrete choppiness was the whole point circa 1996. Today, gradual layers that slide imperceptibly from short to long — Joan Smalls' start just below her collarbone — are much more versatile and subtle, but still dripping with style. It's a great way to preserve your length without going full-on Marsha Brady.

Jon Kopaloff

Just the Ends

The mommy mogul may have a few shorter pieces just around her face, but the real story here is in Jessica Alba's ends, which are gently snipped into all around her entire head. It's not about precision — some snips are deep, others quite shallow — but it is about consistency. By taking the cuts neatly all around the hair, you're left with dynamic movement, perfect if you're the kind of person who touches and flips a lot. [Hand raised emoji.]

Peter White

Chopped Into

There's no math or science to Lais Ribeiro's cut, but there is rhyme and reason: Lots of thick, blunt layers scattered anywhere and everywhere from shoulder-length down look damn hot. You do need plenty of strands to pull it off — otherwise, the back can take on a mullet-vibe — but in general, this flatters all face shapes and hair textures.

Jon Kopaloff

Long With Bangs

If you want to add bangs to a long hairstyle, look no further than Camila Cabello's '60s cut. To avoid dorky-looking blunt bangs, don't cut them too wide — that is, too far outwards towards your temples — or too thick. "They should create a triangle shape that aligns with the outer corners of your eyes," says Fugate. Also, ask your stylist to snip up into the ends so they're not too blunt and add a few light, graduated layers in front. As for the rest of your hair, you could keep it one length or sprinkle in a few light layers. "Just don't make the layers around your face too short," he warns. "They'll look most flattering if they begin below the chin."

Jason LaVeris

Super Long Hair

Hailee Steinfeld demonstrates cascading long hair done the right way — meaning not at all like Rapunzel. The trick is balancing the length with a few face-framing layers. "Her hair is all one length, other than a few layers starting at her cheekbones, which are sliced with a razor," says hairstylist Marcus Francis, who has styled Steinfeld's hair. Pro tip: Avoid this length if you have fine strands — they can turn feathered or limp near the ends.

Chris Jackson

Long and Natural

Meghan Markle has been the talk of the town lately — from her , to what she’s wearing, to yes, her . Markle’s lengthy locks include subtle layers at the end that add definition and give off a polished feel. Whether your hair is thick or thin, this cut is flattering on everyone. The best part? It looks and is oh-so-effortless.

Amanda Edwards

Wispy Ends

When it comes to textured strands, getting a trim or a chop can be tricky as this hair type has a way of holding onto shape. To avoid a too-blunt cut, request wispy ends for an overall softer look the next time you step into the salon. As for the length, one of the best parts about having long hair is the endless options of updos! Here, Ciara rocks a ‘90s-esque half-up pony done by César DeLeön Ramirêz.

JB Lacroix


We all know Kim K’s signature hair length is long, usually straight and . Here, she switches it up with delicate waves, but what’s really refreshing to see is the volume boost. That’s due to the layers in her hair, starting at the chin. When layers are cut starting at mid-point, rather than all-around, hair can be styled wavy in an elegant way without looking too beachy.

Amanda Edwards

Long Front Layers

If there’s anyone that’s fearless when it comes to hair, it’s Bella Thorne. She has sported , but what always seems to remain constant is the long length. To switch up the look without going short, try a cut with face-framing layers. Here, the front part of Thorne’s locks are a tad longer than her bangs, adding a perfect amount of drama to an otherwise ordinary style.

Jon Kopaloff

Side Bangs

So, we talked about long hair with bangs but side bangs can give you a whole new look. All it takes is a simple angled trim. Plus, there are perks to this fringed cut as it highlights cheekbones and elongates your face, no matter what shape. New Girl star Hannah Simone has it just right.


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