Hair Cut Advice: From long to medium! Mid length hair style choices…

I’ve totally decided that it’s time to cut down my long hair to a more manageable mid length hair style – my hair grows so fast but it’s also really damaged (even though I haven’t dyed it since January) the damage from previous numerous treatments is still there. 

So I think I am ready to go mid length! But I’ve been struggling to find good hairstyles. Is it possible to find a mid length hair style that isn’t boring, is still feminine and needs minimal styling? Here are some images I found:

Med length hair style

1. Wavy mid length hair (fringeless)

Maybe it’s the hair colour that I like the most but I thought this mid length hair style doesn’t look too short but has a really pretty feminine feel to it? I also like that it’s fringeless – I can’t cope with a fringe. 

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2) Straight sleek bob.

This style on Salma Hayek is very straight and sleek. I feels quite grown up to me I don’t know why – I imagine I’ll have to quickly run the straighteners through my hair to achieve this one.

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3. Short wavy bob

I love Alexa Chung! If I had my hair cut like this it would be the shortest I’ve had it in a long long time. There’s something temptingly low maintenance about it. 

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4. Sleek bob with fringe

Everytime I want a change, I consider a fringe. I almost always start to regret it because I ind fringes a little hard to maintain although they do look cute. 

The weirdest thing for me when going from long hair to shorter hair is brushing it and there’s just so much less length to go through than normal!

I am getting my haircut on Wednesday.  Which hairstyle do you like?! Suggestions please!

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Comments

  1. says

    They all look great, but why not start with the medium cut and then go for alexa’s cut if you’re ok with the length?

  2. says

    It looks like the key thing is to either straighten it so it’s quite sleek or use a little wax and muss it up a bit! And get a little bit of layering, but not much. Then you can do any of these looks (except the fringe, which is ok by you, I’d wager) :)

  3. says

    #2 and 4 gets my vote. Fringes are a bit of a hassle in the morning but it’s nothing a cute hair clip can’t tame!

  4. says

    I love 3 and 4!
    I am currently growing out a pixie cut – which is the shortest hair I’ve had since the day I was born! I loved it at first, but it’s soooo hard to keep looking decent. I hate it at the moment and am trying to grow it to about Alexa’s length as I want a messy up-do for my wedding next year.

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