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How To Wear Mid-Length Hair In 2018
Not too short, not too long - mid-length hair is juuust right. While we adore a cute bob and it’s no doubt that ladies love long hair, mid-length hair has entirely its own thing going on… which is why we have compiled the best how to style mid-length hair guide just for you. You should be working your in-between length to its fullest potential! Here, we walk you through how to wear your mid-length locks from simply switching up your part to cutting in a fringe - scroll on and have your Pinterest board ready for our anything-but-average hair inspo that’ll help you end 2018 with a bang and start 2019 with a fresh start (cut).
Mid-Length Hair 2018: The Not-So-Average Length
Mid-length hair has the versatility of long hair: you can do braids and ponies, but it also looks great worn down for the classic “I woke up like this” vibe. Updos? Easy as 1,2,3. Perhaps the biggest advantage of shoulder-length hair is the minimal maintenance, we’re all about a little extra time in the mornings to grab a latte. We gathered you four of the trendiest and effortless ways on how to style mid-length hair so you can enjoy the serenity that is hitting the snooze button a few times in the morning. Let’s take a look!
How to Style Mid-Length Hair #1: Fringe Binge
Le fringe. The best way to switch up your strands and add a shaggy-retro vibe to your mid-length locks. While it may not be the official Parisian-girl look, it is in our books… just add a tote bag and some white trainers, et voilà! Wanting change is normal, but perhaps getting a pixie cut is out of the question. The answer? Bangs, baby! A fringe is the answer you’ve been searching for to get you out of the your styling rut. Shoulder-length disheveled strands paired with bangs make for a classic aesthetic inspo that will have you running to your stylist, ASAP. Take it from us and profit from the beautiful benefits of bangs!
How to Style Mid-Length Hair #2: Beachless Babe Waves
These surf-side strands are a stunning take on how to wear mid-length hair. The subtle, not-too-perfect waves are a great way for those with multi-toned hair to show off their pretty hair art. This hairstyle suits mid-length hair because it highlights any layers or dimension throughout your hair. Want this style but no beach in sight? Don’t fret, Pureology Style + Protect Beach Waves Sugar Spray recreates the most ideal salty locks sans beach and without drying out your hair, winning! With towel dried hair fresh from the shower, just spritz on some of this beach in bottle and gently scrunch your hair for the California girl locks that dreams are made of.
How to Style Mid-Length Hair #3: Change Your Part, Sweetheart
There couldn’t possibly be an easier way of how to wear mid-length hair. Rearranging your part makes for the perfect, “je ne sais quoi” effect. People will notice a difference but won’t be able to put their finger on it and all thanks to a very subtle change with your comb and roots. The style is truly a no-brainer, so you can focus on making sure your strands are in mint condition. The pros love Biolage R.A.W. Re-Hydrate Mask - it’s a natural concoction with shea butter and Moroccan lava clay that turns dull hair into lustrous silk. Whether you’re feeling reminiscent of your younger grungier days with a deep side part or you’re digging wetlook runway vibes with a part that is dead central, treat your look to this insanely easy change-up.
How to Style Mid-Length Hair #4: Be Wise, Accessorise
All aboard the minimal effort train, here’s a fourth and final look that’ll have your mid-length hair slaying with next to no output. The fast-track to cool and pretty hair? Accessories! The simple addition of an on-trend accessory can bring your look from drab to fab in seconds. So what’s hot for mid-length hair 2018? We’re feeling a little nostalgic these days as the 90s have been infiltrating the fashion scene once again with some of our favourite old trends. All black outfit? Just throw your collar-grazing strands in a ponytail and secure with a coloured scrunchie to transform your look in seconds. Adding a colourful oversized hair clip can add a retro pop of colour to your medium locks, while the addition of a floral headband to an updo can have you rocking 50s vibes you never even knew you had in you.
Anything-but-average average-length hair, step forward!
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