Diagonal Haircuts for Teens With Long Hair

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Diagonal Haircuts for Teens With Long Hair
Diagonal haircuts are styled with bold, angled and layered cuts. (Hemera Technologies/AbleStock.com/Getty Images)

Asymmetrical hairstyles are daring and fashionable. Although diagonal haircuts easily come off as bold, there are various styles ranging from subtle to more extreme. With the many ways hair can be cut, it is rare for two diagonal styles to be exactly alike. This gives you a chance of getting a one-of-a-kind hairdo. Diagonal haircuts are popular for all age groups, but teenagers are most open to experimenting with flashy and standout diagonal styles. Become familiar with the many styles of asymmetrical and diagonal haircuts for long hair.

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Long Asymmetrical Bob

The long asymmetrical bob is a popular and versatile hairstyle that can be worn with or without fringe. Although long bobs tend to look good on many face types, they are ideal for round and oval face shapes. This haircut is fashionable and daring, but also appropriate for everyday looks, professional looks and formal events. You can add edge to this style through sharp, diagonal fringe or tone it down with a side part and soft layers.

Diagonal Bangs

Instead of going for fringe which are more traditional and cut straight across, you can try something more modern and trendy. Experimenting with diagonally cut fringe can enable you to sport a stylish and asymmetrical look while still maintaining your long hair, as the cutting is limited to the front only. Diagonal fringe don't compromise much length and can easily take your overall appearance to the next level.

Angled Face Frame

This style is ideal for long hair styles with a centre or side part. Although achieving this look involves removing a bit more hair when compared to cutting asymmetrical fringe, the finished style is stunning. To achieve this look, the hair is cut in diagonal angles on either side and shaped to the desired part. This look allows you to keep all of your length in the back, and focus the diagonal cuts toward the front of the hair. The graduated sides with angled, delicate and soft layers towards the front of this hairstyle look especially nice on square face shapes, according to The Hair Styler website.

One-Side Mohawk

Wearing a haircut with one side extremely short, while the other side remains long and flowing is another trendy, asymmetrical style, according to Beauty & the Bath. With just one short side and the absence of hair spikes, this look has emerged in popular hairstyles and has given an updated and refined twist on traditional Mohawks. To add a diagonal twist on this style, the tips of the side of hair which remains long can be cut to a neat and crisp diagonal angle. This style is sure to grab attention with a very bold finished look.

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