So you loved your chop, but you’re ready for more length — now what?
If you’re feeling stuck in that mid-length style, a fresh fringe and bunt ends can help your cut feel new and exciting again.
Sure, parting your hair in the middle may be trending, but a deep side part offers a stunning va-va-voom quality to mid-length cuts.
A sculptural cut that highlights your bone structure is ideal for curly girls growing out their hair. Also, never discount curly baby bangs.
Not quite a lob, but with the same layered finish, this mid-length cut has movement and versatility — ideal for those hot summer months.
The shag haircut trend isn’t going anywhere, and it can make your grow-out process feel much more fun and fashion-forward.
Play with hot tools during your grow-out process to maximize your length. A few strategic waves give gorgeous body and fullness to your hair.
A money-piece color transformation will add excitement to your mid-length haircut, even if you’re eager for longer locks.
Subtle, face-framing layers and a deep side part add body and bounce to thinner shoulder-skimming hair.
Ringlets require regular trims to maintain their shape and volume, even if you want more length. Keep your volume potential at a maximum with this mid-length cut.
A center part, a subtle blowout, and fresh highlights will have you feeling that a mid-length cut might be the ideal style for you this summer.