The problem with layered haircuts is that they often require extra styling and can make your locks look thinner. Therefore, we do both hands for the “no layers” cuts popular among fashionistas. Non-layered hairstyles are gorgeous, low-maintenance, and super versatile, so you won’t regret trying one of these magnificent ideas!
1. Long Brown Curls with Caramel Highlights
Loose curls are undoubtedly charming as hell, but we know how to make curls a little sassier. Add face-framing highlights and lowlights in caramel tones to your dark brown mane to create extra dimension. Going with no layers in hair makes it look really thick.
2. Perfect Blunt Bob with Short Bangs
Trendy and sophisticated, this short, chin-grazing bob is a real catch for those fond of fashion. It accentuates the bone structure and beautifully frames the face. To create this perfectly sleek styling, straighten your strands with a flat iron.
3. Chin-Grazing Bob with Blonde Balayage
There’re several tricks for bringing more dimension to thin hair — balayage is one of them. With buttery blonde highlights, your tresses will appear fuller and thicker, not to mention they will look stunning!
4. Sleek Bob Haircut with Long Fringe
Have you ever seen a more elegant hairstyle than this classic lob? We bet you haven’t! Ask your hairstylist for this timeless look everyone would adore, and get ready for tons of compliments from friends and colleagues.
5. Tempting Shoulder-Length Hairstyle
This elongated bob cut is sassy and appealing, exactly what a girl needs to make an impression on a date. Style your locks to the side to slightly cover one side of your face and add a magnetic and mysterious look to your appearance.
6. Long Wavy Hair with Curtain Bangs
Layering can undoubtedly embrace your long locks, but why cut them in layers if you can go for loose waves? Curl your tresses a little to add volume and movement. Consider this cut will look perfect with balayage, highlights, or subtle babylights.
7. Mid-Length Waves for Ladies Over 50
Who told you that you couldn’t keep up with trends and look fancy in your 50s? This inspiring one-length hairstyle is direct proof you deserve a beautiful and eye-catching hairstyle. Just don’t forget to use a purple toning shampoo to keep the freshness of your ashy blonde balayage.
8. Awe-Inspiring Bowl Cut
This modern version of the old-school bowl cut can deliver vintage yet refreshing vibes to your style, making you a real fashion icon! Considering the length of this particular haircut ends at eye level, you can make it work for your high forehead or long face shape.
9. Long Blunt Haircut for Straight Hair
Naturally straight hair is easy to style and maintain, but sometimes, it lacks volume. A thin fringe and blunt cut ends may help you fix this issue without sacrificing the length.
10. Dimensional Wavy Style for Long Hair
Just as layers, wavy texture brings internal movement to long tresses, so it’s a great chance to get more movement and dimension without cutting the locks. Spice up the tips with lowlights to deliver fullness to your long strands.
11. Blonde Blunt Bob for Fine Hair
Blunt ends ideally go with naturally straight, thin locks, as they visually make them thicker. Use a moisturizing product to keep your hair smooth and sleek and avoid frizziness.
12. One Length Cut and Caramel Highlights
You do not necessarily stick to sleek, polished hairstyles if you have naturally straight hair, as there are other options that may look gorgeous on your locks. For example, if you slightly curl your tresses with a flat iron and add honey highlights, you will get a dimension you couldn’t even dream of!
13. Textured Short Haircut with Highlights
This hairstyle looks choppy and lightweight, no layers attached — the thing is in highlights, choppy side bangs, and the right styling. Thanks to the light blonde hue, the hairstyle will also look great on really thick locks, making them seem less bulky.
14. Extra Long Blonde Curls
Long loose curls around your face create movement and volume your locks may lack. Pair this hairdo with a sandy blonde hue to create a sun-kissed look worthy of everyone’s admiration!
15. Chic Angled Bob with Blunt Fringe
If you don’t want to overwhelm your thick hair — avoid layering. Stick to sleek short hairstyles, just like this A-line bob cut. It is easy to style and maintain, so you don’t have to wake up early to spend much time and effort on your hair styling.
16. Light Brown Ombre on One-Length Bob
If you go for a non-layered hairstyle, it doesn’t mean you can forget about texture and volume. Texturizing and some internal layers can give your locks a perfect form while still featuring the statement blunt ends. To support this result, opt for balayage rather than single tone, tousle your locks when drying, and fix them with a spray.
17. Polished Dark Brown Hairstyle
Classic middle parting looks amazing on layers-free haircuts, especially if it’s a sleek one-length style with softly cut ends. The cut works for both thick and fine hair, so you can feel free to repeat this cut without worrying about the results.
18. Modern French Bob for Oval Face
Inspired by chic and charming Parisians, this fancy hairstyle is made to win hearts! Thick curtain bangs add 100% of cuteness to your appearance and balance your long face well. Dry your locks with a round brush to gain more volume and airiness.
19. Medium Wavy Style with Middle Parting
Face-framing blonde highlights work great for ladies with thin hair, as they bring more dimension to the light brown base. Along with wavy strands, this one-length cut without any layers creates an ultra-voluminous look!
20. Mid-Length Cut with Bangs for Brunettes
Did you know that choppy bangs can remove weight from your thick crown while keeping your hair textured? This hairstyle is actual proof of that. Air-dry and tousle your strands to make them a little messy and sassy.
Consider your hair type, face shape, complexion, and lifestyle to choose the best option for a new non-layered hair experiment. Still asking yourself to layer or not to layer? Consult with your hairdresser and opt for long layers first, as these can grow out quickly or become the length you’d like to stick to on your next salon appointment.