Having a layered haircut can help to add volume to thin hair and it is also possible to cut the layers into short, mid-length or long hair. This type of hairstyle is also called as a circle haircut and it is also one of the first cuts that a stylist will learn as it can be modified to create different looks. Just follow these simple procedures to create this hairstyle.
To achieve this style, first wash your hair as usual and condition it. Then separate the hair into seven different parts such as right nape, left nape, right crown, left crown, right side, left side and top. Pin the hair up loosely using hair clips and make sure to leave about 1/4 to 1/2 inch of hair free near the hairline’s perimeter while parting the hair. Take the hair loosely in your hand and cut one inch around the head by following the hairline. Cut the hair at the front of one side and then work to the back. Make sure to blend the two sides together while reaching the middle. Take the right nape section and cut the section bottom. Try to cut the hair in uniform layers to add more body to the hair. Follow the same procedure to cut the other sections of hair that was parted earlier. Make sure to keep the hair wet during the cutting process and finally check the hair after you have finished cutting.