Short Layers for Kids
For this hairstyle, we give you the haircut that you want, and then some subtle layers added to it. Short layers doesn’t necessarily mean that your top layer is short in length. It can be defined as the distance between one layer and the next. Think of it as just a short distance to the next layer.
So, if you are looking for a fun, carefree style that keeps a bit of length, then Short layers are the way to go. This cut embraces curls and texture, and adds movement, bounce, and volume for a never-a-dull-moment look. This is a versatile and flattering hairstyle for all face shapes. So, come to us and have the layers tailored to complement yours.
Benefits of Short Layers
- This haircut removes the bell shape or triangle shape that can be left behind by a blunt cut.
- Kids who like to part their hair in different places on every day will love this style. Sometimes, parting your hair or flipping them from one side and then switching to the other can cause one side to look very heavy. Subtle & soft Short Layers will remove some of that.
- This haircut will be exciting for anyone bored with a blunt cut.
- This style is right for you if you want a short cut but also want to add volume.
For this hairstyle, we give you the haircut that you want, and then some subtle layers added to it. Short layers do not mean that your top layer is short in length. Layers can be defined as the distance between one layer and the next. Think of it as just a short distance to the next layer.
Ask our professional and experienced hairstylists to help you decide where the layers should go. Whether they should be around your face, all the way around, or should there be some in the back? Each person needs some weight to be taken out in a different spot or maybe all over. If you like a more delicate looking layer, ask for exactly that. Make it clear that you don’t want choppy, and you don’t want tons of pieces.