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    Hair Styles Medium Length

    Curly Medium Length Hair

    The Medium Hair Styles Advantage

    Keep some length but gain short hair styling ease with a medium hair style look. Medium length is the most versatile of all hair lengths, you’ve got all those options so why not go for something casual, simple yet sexy. Here is a medium length hair style for every hair texture:

    A Medium Hair Style for Curly Hair

    Charlize Theron shows us how curls can look cool when styled free-form if you have ample layers and hair that’s just above shoulder length. To get this great medium hairstyle look, set random sections on hot rollers to boost existing curl. Comb through gently, and you’ve got cool contrast.

    Hair Styles Medium Length

    Medium Hair Style for Straight Hair

    A Medium Hair Style for Straight Hair

    Straight, fine hair can be worn a bit longer than usual and still look good, provided you create a single element that’s full and thick. Her, it’s the fringe. Style it to the side in a single section, and ends look naturally soft.

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    Medium Length Layered Hairstyle

    A Medium Hair Style for Layered Hair

    Longer medium lengths can go smooth or textured when you add extra layers. For quick hair styling, work in mousse and dry with a vent brush, lifting the top layers to add root lift. Curve shorter ends just a bit for a smart, imprecise effect.

    Medium Length Style for Wavy Hair

    A Medium Hair Style for Wavy Hair

    Wearing it medium length means you can set hair into twists and waves without having it look short. Movement is created by spiral-setting some sections with a curling iron, and wrapping others around a zigzag tool keep the bangs straight for cool contrast

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    Medium Length Hair

    A Medium Hair Style for Lots of Volume

    For full-blown volume, have your hair cut blunt. Then, dry it in sections, working from the bottom up and using a large round brush for extra root lift. Direct ends forward, then sweep the fringe to a single side.

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