Women love stacked hairstyles for a variety of reasons. Short layers at the nape of the neck make hair appear thicker and more buoyant while adding instant style to shorter cuts.
Short Stacked Hairstyles
1. Round Bob
When creating a stacked bob haircut in a round shape, focus short layers at the nape of the neck. This will give your hair a feeling of fullness that continues while styling ends under with a round brush.
2. A-Line Lob
Add extra oomph to your long stacked hairstyle with an A-line cut. This will make your hair feel full and thick at the back while longer pieces come forward around the face to give an air of elongation.
3. Stacked Pixie Bob
4. Voluminous Stacked Pixie Cut
Build beautiful height with a stacked pixie cut. Lots of short layers cut throughout the hair help to prop up the stack at the back of the head and fall beautifully into parted bangs at the front.
5. Choppy Layers And Bangs
Choppy layers give this stacked hairstyle with bangs edgy movement. Side bangs are perfect for short hair and give any look at little extra flair. They also help the overall layers feel cohesive.
6. Stacked Textured Curls
A curly stacked hairstyle is necessary when you’re dealing with ultra curly locks. A stack at the nape of the neck controls the shape of the hair and balances out the voluminous curls at the top of the forehead.
7. Edgy Pixie With Undercut
8. Medium Stacked Hair
Defining layers work just as well on a medium stacked haircut as they do on pixie styles. Ask your stylist for a slightly A-line cut so hair is longer at the front to frame your face.
9. Stacked Pixie For Fine Hair
Short, stacked layers work wonders for fine and thin hair types. Blend in with short layers at the back of the head to create a feeling of volume on the hair. A side part and a slightly asymmetrical cut adds even more dimension and interest.
Regardless of your overall style, the stacked look will elongate your neck, make hair feel fuller, and enhance the stylishness of your short cut. Which look is your favorite?