How do you fix a terrible layered haircut without making it a lot shorter?

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asked Nov 25, 2020 in Hair by costy (6,070 points)
How do you fix a terrible layered haircut without making it a lot shorter?

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answered Nov 26, 2020 by fraddy (5,720 points)
Go to a really high end hairdressers if you can afford to, and ask them what they would do to fix it. By high end, I'm thinking of somewhere like Charlie Miller, or Vidal Sassoon. Ask to have your hair assessed, and cut by the most experienced/head stylist. If you are satisfied with their proposal go ahead and let them fix it. You don't have to settle for the first one you go to either.

If you don't want to go too short tell them that clearly before they start, they will work with the hair you've got, and correct the layering as best they can without hacking it all off. It will probably just be a case of trimming the layers that are there in a slightly different way to correct them. You may be asked if you mind them taking an inch, or so off. You may have to sacrifice a little length in favour of having correctly cut hair.
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answered Nov 26, 2020 by poliq (5,960 points)

Well, I am not sure whether you can fix it at all. You see, the best you can do is to make some new and cool haircut instead.  Everything depends on your taste. Still, I suppose that a flat top haircut is one of the hottest trending hair cuts available now. It is a great haircut for men of all ages and typically works well for different types of hair and facial shapes. I would rather recommend to check out my favorite Mens Haircuts for some new ideas. Hope it can be helpful

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