While you might think that medium haircuts are boring, quite the opposite is true! Medium length hair is extremely versatile and quite easy to manage. You can do a lot with medium length hair: from updos to sleek and sophisticated styles to funky hairdos!
Medium length haircuts are really trendy. Besides, not everyone can pull off a short hairstyle and not everyone has the patience for really long hair.
If you are looking for some new ideas for hair cuts, you have come to the right place!
1. Long Bob
The best thing about this style is that it looks good on every face shape and will work for any hair texture. Besides, bobs are always in style. To achieve this particular look, blow dry your hair using a round brush, the larger the better. And then run a flat iron over the ends. Spray with a flexible hold hairspray to allow for movement.
2. All One Length
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This look is so easy to maintain and will always be in demand. All you have to do to style is simply use a large round brush and blow dry. If you want to give it some flair, flip the ends either over or under or in both directions for a carefree style. Finish with a medium hold hair spray to allow for some gentle movement.
3. Layered Curls
This style requires layers to make the curls seem weightless and allow for maximum movement and volume. To style, apply a heat protectant to your hair when dry and then curl your hair going in varying directions with a medium-barrel curling iron. Spray with a flexible finishing spray to allow for natural flow and movement.
4. Face Framing Fringe
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With its fringe and soft layers that gently frame the face, it is one of the most stunning medium haircuts. Apply a smoothing product to your hair when wet and then blow dry, make sure to dry the fringe first. Then use a flat iron to get your hair look smooth, and spray with a strong hold hair spray.
5. Textured Tips
This look will give your hair a modern, airy look and feel. To add style, apply a thermal protectant to completely dry hair and curl your hair vertically in varying directions using a large curling wand. Then bevel and smooth the bangs gently to a side, using a flat iron. Add your favorite texturizing product such as sea salt spray and then finish with a medium hold finishing spray.
6. Round Layers
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With its gorgeous backwards swept locks, this look is gorgeous. To style, apply your favorite styling product to wet hair, and then blow dry your hair starting at the nape of the neck with a large round brush. As each section is dry, roll the hair into the bun and allow it to cool before releasing. Repeat this process working your way up from the bottom of your head. Then use your fingers to gently tousle your hair and spray with a light hold finishing spray to allow for bounce and movement.
7. Tons Of Volume
This medium bob is cut evenly in length but has shorter layers in the back than in the front, which allows for maximum volume and movement. To style, add smoothing cream to damp hair and blow dry with a styling brush till completely straight. Use a flat iron if necessary to ensure that your hair is totally smooth and sleek. Spray with a light to medium spray to allow for movement.
8. Totally Triangular Layers
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If you are feeling daring, this contemporary cut is just for you! The angles will naturally frame your face and allow for maximum texture and movement. To style, make a side part and then apply smoothing cream to your hair while still damp. Blow dry your hair using a styling brush to make it straight and then finish with a straightener. Use a flat iron to slightly flip out your bangs and finish with a light to medium hold hairspray.
Similar to the popular V-shape style, this U-shaped cut will give you slightly more volume and movement. To style, create a side part and use a large round brush to blow dry your hair. Then flip the ends out with a large-barrel curling iron and set with a flexible hold finishing spray.
10. Blunt Tips
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The blunt ends of this cut will help your hair look thick and sleek. Apply a thermal protectant and blow dry your hair. Then use a large curling iron to curl vertically your hair, alternating directions as you go. Then curl the fringe to the side using a straightener and spray with a light hold finishing spray to allow for maximum texture and movement.