June 21, 2018

Shoulder Length Hair Is Anything But Dull!

Medium hair may be considered “safe” by some and of course it’ll never stand out like a buzz cut or as amazing as waist-length hair, but you can still have a lot of fun at the mid-length level. Medium hairstyles are definitely the most versatile ones and timelessly chic. To take advantage of all the potential of this length, a willingness to experiment is a must. Maybe it’s time to snag some style inspo and transform those medium-length locks into a fresh new signature ‘do. Look at some of these styles and you will be absolutely ready to make a splash at any party or in any other setting you choose!
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V-cut Layers Give a Sophisticated Yet Easy Edge
Go for a smooth look. Angled, v-cut layers look great when styled straight. This will also make your cut incredibly low-maintenance. Keep this do in place with Refinish Control Hairspray to help define layers.
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Rounded A-Line Lob Is Always In Style
This is a super polished hair cut for medium length hair. Keep the sections of your hair that are closest to your face longer than the rest of a nice angled but softened shape. You also can cut long side bangs to frame your face if you want. Make blow drying a breeze with Blow Out Cream, designed to give you a blow out that lasts without weighing your hair down. Plus it’s silicone-free!
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Medium Shag Hairstyle Is Fun, Fun, Fun
Shag cuts work well for medium length hair, with the layers in just the right places. This do also suits women who want their hair to look somewhat professional and don’t like too short cuts. To keep the piece-y look, use Restyle Instant Sculpting Taffy. It’ll keep your hair exactly where you want it.
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The Layered Do Is Both Cute and Sexy
Layers can be a lot of fun and give you tons of options. One is to cut at least three different levels of layers and use a curling iron to get the perfect windswept style. Add bangs for a youthful boost! Tousled Texturizing Mist will help define these layers and add some volume.
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