Layered cuts for medium length hair are incredibly popular with women of all ages, face shapes and hair types. Their versatility means there’s a cut for every woman – and the added benefit of layers means your hair gets more shape, texture, and even volume (if you need it, of course!). And now check out these beautiful layered cuts for medium length hair that we have selected for you! They give you the inspiration you are looking for to jazz up your shoulder length hair.
Table of Contents
- Polished lob is a popular trend
- Layered cuts for medium length hair: wavy curtain bangs
- Light blonde for fresh flair
- Chandelier strands
- Layered cuts for medium length hair: edgy lob
- Curly shag for a carefree look
- Layered cuts for medium length hair: curly lob
- Straight, layered, medium length hair
- Polished Waves for elegance and style
- Classic ombré never goes out of style
- Structured bob with a layered cut
- Layered cuts for medium length hair: sharp cut
- ’60s vibes on the rise
Polished lob is a popular trend
2022 is all about structure: messy hair is swapped out for straight styles of all lengths, and you’ll see more blunt, thick lines in hairstyles rather than tousled, piecey texture. The polished trend comes in all lengths, like this longer bob. To achieve this look, ask for a blunt heavy line with no texture and replace the matte texturizers with shine sprays.
Layered cuts for medium length hair: wavy curtain bangs
Part of the reason bangs are so popular is that they suit any type of hair texture (try scrolling on Instagram without spotting a pair). No matter what hair type you have, the key is the right shape. Keep the edges longer than the middle and the ends soft, starting at the center of the pupils and working towards the jawline.
Light blonde for fresh flair
With a pretty light blonde tone, a medium-length cut becomes an eye-catcher. The length is perfect if you’re thinking about bleaching your hair because anything longer than shoulder length is much more difficult to keep healthy.
Bangs are currently popular with all hair lengths, but especially when combined with long layers. Together they flow seamlessly along the contours of the face, with the bangs accentuating the eyes. Soft side bangs, curtain bangs and center parted bangs are trending, but center parted bangs are particularly elegant when combined with its signature chandelier layered cut. To achieve the same look, ask for long layers.
Layered cuts for medium length hair: edgy lob
You really can’t go wrong with this hairstyle. It suits almost all face shapes, hair textures and hairstyle preferences. If you want something a little fancier, you can take your lob into the shaggy zone with curtain bangs and choppy layers.
Curly shag for a carefree look
The secret to a curly shaggy look? Find something that will keep your hair soft but also provide a little bit of hold. Depending on how thick or thin you want your hair to be, you can air dry or diffuse it.
Layered cuts for medium length hair: curly lob
If you have curly hair, a shorter cut can seem intimidating, but it’s worth it. The most important factor to consider? Ask your stylist to pay attention to your unique curl pattern. Discuss how your curls change as the length increases. It’s best to start conservatively because you can always amend the length if you’d like.
Straight, layered, medium length hair
Sophisticated and chic – this haircut is a real eye-catcher. Straight cuts may be difficult to maintain, but the radiance and confidence they convey are more than worth it!
Polished Waves for elegance and style
A deep side parting and brushed-out curls add a touch of Old Hollywood.
Classic ombré never goes out of style
Ombré and a long bob go together like bread and butter. And this is a haircut that never goes out of style!
Structured bob with a layered cut
The bob hairstyles are undeniably versatile, that’s for sure. And when it comes to layered hairstyles, it doesn’t matter if you have straight or wavy hair – you can always wear them!
Layered cuts for medium length hair: sharp cut
For the most modern look, experts recommend keeping the front part of the lob a little longer. This looks especially cool when you blow dry it straight.
’60s vibes on the rise
A compelling argument for curtain bangs and shaggy layers; Retro hairstyles have been enjoying a revival in recent years and definitely contribute to a stylish flair!