Photos of Best Medium Hair Ideas for Women
Medium Hair Ideas for Women
Can’t wait to see what’s new for AW17 this year? Read on and discover the fabulous, new Medium Hair just waiting to grace our eagerly awaiting heads!
Fine and medium texture mid-length hairstyles
For fine or medium thick hair, try a blunt cut style that finishes just below the shoulders. With an off-centre side parting and no fringe, let a gentle wave caress your face at lip-level and accentuate your mouth and nicely shaped chin.
Blunt cut tips are the best way to make your hair seem thicker and this is one of the fresh and most versatile mid-length hairstyles that have been spotlighted on the AW17 fashion runways!
On mousey hair, caramel blonde with pale honey highlights looks great and you can vary this haircut with waves, curls, updo’s and half-ups or a pretty polka-dot bow or braided headband. As for basic styling time, this is a style that’s quick and easy to get on naturally straight hair!
How to revive your colour at home
Colour glaze is just what you need to bring your faded summer-hair colour back to life and the best way to do this is to buy your own dispenser of Revlon Nutri-Gloss colour-gloss product. Salons offer it as a ‘colour glaze’ and it is a great product, but you can buy it online now and do-it-yourself at home in just 3 minutes!
I’ve been using this product for several months now and it’s a fabulous temporary-colour-in-a-conditioner that’s super-easmedy to apply just like any other conditioner. It does everything from quickly covering grey hairs at the last minute, to re-colouring your bleached streaks or ombré or changing your ombré colour completely if you leave it on for 5 or 6 minutes!
For an oval, square or heart-shaped face, try a layered shoulder-length cut with a side parting and a fringe swept across the forehead. Coarse, curly hair will behave if you ask for sliced layers and don’t be afraid of letting your curls have their own way!
Big hair around the top of the head is definitely ‘in’ and with a pretty diagonal braid, taking the fringe off your face and pinned just before the crown, you can add a touch of boho and lengthen a short forehead or a round face.
One of our favourite ways to add edge to our look is opting for a rough, tousled style with our hair – a loose wave and back-combing to create a striking finish. This lady has nailed the look perfectly, and it’s even better than usual because of the absolutely beautiful balayage effect going on! From brown to blonde in one colour blend, we adore this hairstyle.
The beauty of balayage is that you don’t simply need to go from one colour to the other, but rather you can work a range of stunning tones into one seamless look – like this stylish lady has managed to pull off! Her hair starts a rich and glossy black and quickly works its way into a bright copper colour towards the mid section, finished with lovely blonde tips.
This gorgeous graduated shoulder length balayage bob hairstyle is finished with lots of short layers to create a stunning texture and bounce. The loose curls are absolutely perfect – especially because of the stunning balayage effect of a gorgeous chocolate brown to a caramel colour all along the ends, offering a gorgeous transition from one shade to the other.
This lady has combined two remarkable hair trends in one style – silver hair and a balayage trend, as pictured in this beautiful lady’s picture above! It’s finished just below the shoulder and blends from a striking silver tone to a white bleached blonde at the tip in a wonderful look. She’s added a loose wave from the ear down to bring body to the cut and we love this look!
This gorgeous graduated bob finishes slightly shorter at the bag and with longer strands around the jaw line in a stunning graduated style. This lady’s curled it for a beautiful and stylish look; perfectly showing off her brown to brown balayage transition which is simply stunning! From a rich brown to a light brown this looks impeccable.