A layered hairstyle is perfect for square faces, especially a medium-length layered style. This cut should fall at the jaw line to soften the sharp angles of a square shape face.
Medium Layered Hair
The ends of a medium layer style can be symmetrical, jagged or angled. Different end styles will look differently on the head and how it falls on the shoulders and against the face. To add volume to your do, consider keeping the top layer of your hair your regular full length. With the length in place, you can style the rest of your hair to feature layers of different lengths.
When it comes to the number of layers in this style, the more layers you have, the more volume the style will have. Always keep in mind, however, that this can raise difficulty with hair maintenance.
Styling Medium Layers
It helps to apply mousse or similar product before blow drying. Using a round brush makes it easy to curl your layers either inward toward your face or outward for a flip style. Blow drying your hair upside increases volume.
Whether your face is round, square or oval, just a little bit of accessorizing those medium layers can go a long way. Try a simple headband or a barrette to spice up your normal look.