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Mid-lenght Hair Styles BEST


Unlike short and long hair that may require a lot of attention to either styling or maintenance, medium-length hair offers the best sides of the two worlds. It has the low-maintenance routine of short hair and a great potential for styling experiments of long hair.




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Medium length hair looks great on any face shape, including round faces. Part your hair down the middle or have a deep side part to best flatter round faces. Use a root-boosting spray at your crown to create lots of volume on top to further elongate and slim your face."}},"@type": "Question","name": "What medium-length haircut is best for thin hair?","acceptedAnswer": "@type": "Answer","text": "Mid-length hair is a great length for thin hair, as longer hair tends to look stringy, while super short hair can look sparse. A blunt cut helps maintain the thickness of your hair. If you opt for layers, keep them light or subtle and just around your face to create volume and movement.","@type": "Question","name": "How can I get beachy waves in my mid-length hair?","acceptedAnswer": "@type": "Answer","text": "If you have a wavy texture already, spray in some salt spray or curl boosting spray and blow dry with a diffuser, scrunching with your hands as you dry. If you have straight hair, use a curling iron with a larger barrel (around 1.25 inches) to create loose, undone beachy waves."]}]}] CONFIDENCE, COMMUNITY, AND JOY


The longer your hair, the fatter your curling iron should be. A curling iron, clamp or not, is what you need in your hair tool arsenal. And if your goal is to look somewhat undone, always leave the ends out when curling.


Medium length hair looks great on any face shape, including round faces. Part your hair down the middle or have a deep side part to best flatter round faces. Use a root-boosting spray at your crown to create lots of volume on top to further elongate and slim your face.


Mid-length hair is a great length for thin hair, as longer hair tends to look stringy, while super short hair can look sparse. A blunt cut helps maintain the thickness of your hair. If you opt for layers, keep them light or subtle and just around your face to create volume and movement.


If you have a wavy texture already, spray in some salt spray or curl boosting spray and blow dry with a diffuser, scrunching with your hands as you dry. If you have straight hair, use a curling iron with a larger barrel (around 1.25 inches) to create loose, undone beachy waves.


You can have layered hair no matter your age. However, what's most important if you're considering layers is your hair texture. Since layers can lighten hair, they're not recommended for fine thin hair. Those with thick strands will most benefit from adding layers since they will remove weight and add movement.


If you prefer a longer top, the crew cut could be a good choice. Much like the buzzcut but with a slightly longer top, this trendy style requires little effort in the mornings. Simply comb your hair over to one side, and set it in place with a little hair gel. Done.


If you fall into the former category, styles like the square fade could be perfect. The fade is cut slightly higher on the sides, resulting in a clean, polished look. This will require regular upkeep to prevent bushiness. Buzzcuts are hugely popular, but usually mean a fix-up every few weeks, too.


However, if regular barber trips are your idea of hell, there are plenty of low-maintenance styles to choose from. The crew cut could be a happy medium. With the signature style being longer on top, you have more leeway with letting this one grow out a little before dragging your feet to the barbers.


The Ivy League may be an even better choice. Essentially a long buzzcut and possibly the most low-maintenance of medium haircuts, the Ivy League can stand to grow out a little longer than other cuts, before a barber visit becomes necessary.


Coarser hair can be as challenging to manage as fine hair (yes, thick hair can be problematic, too!). Fortunately, a clean, high fade with a round top could be the ultimate rescue for coarse hair. Using a good conditioner is crucial as coarser hair tends to be drier.


For a long time, medium-length haircuts were the hinterland of the hair world, rarely seen beyond guys attempting to turn a ballsy buzz into a seventies shag (think mullet haircut). But the rise of hairstyles such as the pompadour has seen them go from awkward in-between stage to bona fide style move straight out of the grooming playbook.


Layered medium length haircuts for men are ideal for thinner hair. Layers add volume, giving the impression of thicker, fuller locks. When it comes to layers, though, placement is everything, so talk through options with your barber to achieve a result that works best for your face shape. Fix your layers with a matte product to hold the style in place 24 hours long.


Choosing to tame the natural texture or embrace it is a dilemma for many guys with curly hair. Celebrating unique features and letting them shine has never been more on-trend, so drop the flat irons and combs. Instead, opt for medium length haircuts for men that keep your curls manageable but still the star of the show.


A clean-shaven face paired with a straight hairstyle is a sleek, professional look for guys who want to dominate in the boardroom and on the streets. There are plenty of medium length haircuts for men to choose from. Pushed back, combed over, or styled into a quiff, straight hair is not going out of style anytime soon.


When you think of dreadlocks, the image you have in mind may be of long, waist-length locks, but dreadlocks can also be one of the more fashion-forward medium length hairstyles. Tie dreadlocks back and pair them with an undercut for a fresh, modern interpretation of this powerful style. Look to Wiz Khalifa, Jaden Smith, and J Cole for inspo.


Medium length haircuts for men are seriously stylish, and a hard part will keep you looking polished and professional. It features a clean line shaved down to the scalp and separates the sides and top of the hair. You can wear your hard part on the side to create definition. Regular maintenance will make sure it is always looking on point.


When it comes to medium length hairstyles for guys, shag cuts are retro-cool. To rock this look like Bowie, Cobain, and Jagger, ask your barber to layer the hair on the top and sides, styling it with just the perfect amount of messy. Keep it casual for work, or rock it with spikes and take a walk on the wild side.


A slick back with taper fade style is a modern take on the classic taper. The taper fades gradually down the sides as high or low as you would like it to be, giving you lots of options. The slick back pairs seamlessly with the taper fade to create one of the hottest medium length hairstyles for men.


The undercut is one of the most versatile cutting-edge medium length hairstyles for men. All you need is medium length hair on top with the sides and back of the head closely shaved. Think basic Mohawk. You can style the top section of hair in lots of different ways, slicked back, with a man bun, with a pompadour and more.


To make a clean-cut French Crop feel more rugged, keep the hair on top medium length with a standout fringe section. Begin at the roots, and using a small amount of pomade, run it through your hair, keeping it messy as you go. Alternatively, pair it with a slick comb-over for one of the more office-ready medium length hairstyles.


Want a flirty shoulder-grazing cut that shows off a little collarbone action? Mid-length haircuts hit right at that sweet spot. Still want enough room to access all the cute hairstyles that are currently trending (see: baby braids, Pammy updos and the knotted ballerina bun)? Mid-length hair will see you straight there, too.


Still on the fence? One major benefit to mid-length hair (especially if you're going shorter, rather than growing it longer), is that it can leave hair looking so much healthier. A fresh chop that skims away dead ends can complete transform the look of hair, and make it look thicker, swishier and much more luxurious.


Another pro? It works beautifully on all hair textures, whether you want a poker-straight lob, a curly mane, to unleash your natural coils or messy waves. Throw in a styling tool, and we've been loving the glossy-glam mid-length Hollywood waves that Kaia Gerber, Miya Cech and Ashley Park have been serving up. Or, look to OG supers like Cindy Crawford who have remixed the supermodel blow dry alongside a sexy clavicle-sweeping midi cut. In fact some of this season's biggest hair trends work best on mid-length hair, including The Rachel and The Shag.


But whether you want to wear it styled, or loose and natural, halfway hair is the cool-girl cut that gives relaxed vibes (not least because it's one of the easiest lengths to style and look after). So, here's to a low-maintenance length that looks incredible.


This is totally up to you! Depending on the level of difficulty of your bridal 'do, you may feel more comfortable seeking out professional help. If you do decide to do it yourself, practice as much as possible before the big day."}},"@type": "Question","name": "How long will it take to do my hair?","acceptedAnswer": "@type": "Answer","text": "Again, this totally depends on the complexity of the hairstyle that you've selected. For best results, be sure to schedule in 60 to 90 minutes to allow time for a blowout and styling. If you're getting your makeup done at the same appointment, double the time."]}]}] 88 years of expert advice and inspiration, for every couple.


When selecting a bridal hairstyle, don't forget to take into consideration the style of your dress and any accessories that you plan on wearing down the aisle. If you choose to wear a veil, make sure that it complements your bridal 'do.


Again, this totally depends on the complexity of the hairstyle that you've selected. For best results, be sure to schedule in 60 to 90 minutes to allow time for a blowout and styling. If you're getting your makeup done at the same appointment, double the time.


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