Medium-length hair has many advantages including ease of care and styling versatility. However, even the trendiest of amateur stylists and professionals need a bit of inspiration from time to time. Are you feeling a bit ho-hum about your medium length hairstyle? Are you looking to jazz things up a bit? Don’t worry.
We have found 15 fabulous medium-length hairstyles that will carry you through just about every occasion. If you are up for the challenge get ready to pick a new look for the New Year.
Silver Curly Bob Cut
Bob cuts are a traditional hairstyle but what you do with it can make all the difference in generating a chic look that has texture and style. This silver, curly bob cut demonstrates that you can take a traditional hairstyle and change it up without losing any degree of class.
Curls for Medium Hair
Curls can be fun with medium length hair. They are easy to install and quite manageable for upwards of three days with proper bedtime care and gentle manipulations.
Ombre for Style!
Want to give your medium length hairstyle a bit of flare? Ombre splashes can make an ordinary medium-length haircut look fashionable and trendy for almost any occasion.
Create Your Chignon with a Twist or Braid of Flare
Pin your hair back on the sides with a braid or twist of flare. Who says you have to stick with the same old bobby pin action to hold things in place? Why not camouflage those pins with two twists or braids using your own hair or you can even add hair as an accessory to keep things in place.
Bob Style with Undercut
Looking to make a bold statement with your medium cut? Why not refresh your bob style with an undercut? Undercuts are particularly attractive for women who do not have any societal restrictions or workplace expectations to weigh them down.
To create this style, wash hair then apply mousse and dry using a round brush to create volume and texture.
No top five or 15 list is complete without some mention of the messy bob style for medium length hair. Messy bobs are popular because they are perhaps the closest we get to be to be ourselves. How is your messy bob game these days?
Shag Hairstyle for Medium Length Hair
A shag hairstyle is fun and helps to bestow a mix of edge and sass. This hairdo is a member of the messy, disheveled family of short and medium cuts that help to give thin hair greater volume and can be a surprising anecdote for frizzy hair.
Layered Styles for Medium Length Hair
Speaking of styles with layers, medium-length layered looks are always in season because they give hair a refreshing look that has the right combination of texture and volume. Also, you can provide layers with the dynamic feature of lowlights and highlights. With or without curls, layers are a fantastic way to switch things up.
Want to change things up a bit? If you don’t already have them, get some bangs. Sure, you may not have worn any since grade school, but it will amaze you to see how much a good bang can change or even enhance your look. Get your stylist to trim your bangs so that they lay at the brow line.
The Blunt Cut
The blunt cut hairstyle for medium-length hair is a fan favorite because it is a ‘do’ that does make a bold statement. This style may look to be easy breezy, but it will require a few regular trips to the salon for ongoing trim maintenance.
Have a little fun with your medium length hair by installing a few lanes of cornrow braids. You can do this using your hair or add a few extensions to your hair to give it volume.
Medium Length Hair Faux Hawk with Cornrows
Faux hawks are fun, flirty and edgy. Creating your faux hawk is not one-dimension. Getting there might include using twists or braids on either side of your head and creating a mean pompadour style up top and through the midsection of your head.
Medium Length Faux Hawk with Curls
Faux hawks are not restricted to living on the edge. You can also make them classy for a special occasion such as a prom or wedding by stacking curls with pins to create an elegant cascade of hair that delivers a faux hawk.
For those of you who have thick, voluminous hair, a razored bob can do wonders to lighten things up a bit and create layers. This look is another excellent path to creating texture and with a dash of highlights and lowlights can completely change your look.
Single Length Medium Hair Cut
Layers are gorgeous, but why not opt to keep it simple with a single length cut? Blunt cuts like a single length cut can really help to minimize the fuss.