Medium length haircuts are fuss-free but they’re also long enough so that you have plenty of versatility with your hairstyles including updo’s. Long thin hair tends to look straggly and lifeless so many of us girls find that a medium length is perfect for fine hair. This is because it lightens up your tresses making it easier to obtain great volume and for styling texture such as waves.
Tousled Shoulder Length with Long Layers
Jennifer Aniston always has gorgeous hairstyles but she definitely has fine hair. She recently opted for a shoulder-length cut which is perfect for her hair type. Find inspiration for your fine hair from this shoulder-length style with subtle long layers for volume. The tousled look adds some volume and texture to the fine hair type.
Medium Length with Blunt Bangs
Fine hair is generally more manageable than coarse or curly locks, which means you are a perfect candidate for blunt bangs. A shoulder length cut with blunt bangs is chic and works well with fine hair. Of course you should choose bangs based on your face shape so ask your stylist if it works before making the commitment. Adding a little bit of texture will do a lot for this look too.
Long Bob and Side-Swept Bangs with Curls
The key to fine hair looking full is curls and volume. A shoulder-length haircut is perfect for this hairstyle because it can be done quickly but will hold better than a shorter or longer hair length. Layered side-swept bangs will give your hair volume around the top of the hair and they’re très chic.
Lob with Waves
This is another great medium-length cut that’s beautiful but practical. The waves create the illusion of a thick mane and the zigzag part gives your hair more volume on the crown and keeps both sides equally luscious. The tousled waves look will give you a fresh look and give your hair more body.
Longer Layered Locks
Layers are essential to women with fine hair. They really create texture in addition to adding volume throughout your hair. A medium-length cut that’s an inch or two longer than your shoulders with choppy layers starting around the cheekbones or the jawline is not only trendy but also ideal for fine hair.
If you like the layered look for your fine hair then why not take the layers a step further for the rocking shag hairstyle. This is defined by a lot of choppy layered and it’s chic, fresh, and totally rock n roll.