The Top 30 Shoulder Length Hairstyles & Haircuts to Try Now

Not too short and not too long, these cute shoulder length hairstyles for women fall right at the perfect spot! Get your hair cut at this length to achieve multiple looks. Straight and sleek, wavy and fun, or curly and cute, you’ll find that one of these hairstyles for shoulder length hair will inspire your next cut!

Shoulder-Length Deep Side Part

Credit: Nadia Mejia

Bedhead never looked so good! Pair those tousled layers with a messy, deep side part for a totally on-trend look.

Smooth and Chic

Source: Pinterest

Nothing says chic quite like this sleek, shoulder-length haircut. Whether you’re shopping with the girls or heading to a business meeting, this look will carry you there and everywhere in between.

Tousled Layers

shoulder length hair with tousled layersSource: Pinterest

A slightly off-center part, tousled layers and the most subtle color make this look one of the trendiest of the season.

Multi-Dimensional Purple

Multi-Dimensional Purple hairstyleInstagram @mirandawiuff

Q&A with style creator, Miranda Wiuff
Hairstylist and Make-up Artist @ Lunatic Fringe Salon in Franklin, TN

How would you describe this look and what is your favorite thing about it?

This is a multi-dimensional color on mid-length hair. Even though there is a dark purple root, we used my favorite block color placement and mixed custom colors to complement each other.

What products do you recommend to maintain and recreate this look?

We used Paul Mitchell DPL, as well as Pravana purple, blue and diluter shades. For hair health purposes, I recommend regular, point-cut trims and Paul Mitchell Triple Rescue for color-safe moisture and heat protection.

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

This is a great color placement for women of all hair types. Bold color placement like this is more about being noticed than blending in. Heart, round and oval face shapes wear this look well.

Sunkissed Beachy Waves

Q&A with style creator, Sarah Beukelman
Hairstylist @ Salon O in Murrieta, CA


How would you describe this look and what is your favorite thing about it?

This is a sunkissed, multi-dimensional blonde on a collarbone cut. My favorite thing about this look is the length. It’s not too short, but not too long!

What products do you recommend to maintain and recreate this look?

I recommend using a heat protectant oil, a 1 1/4-inch curling iron to create the waves, and a texture spray to piece it out for a beachy look.

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

I believe this length and blunt line will fit any and all clients. it’s really up to the client as to how they want to style it because you can do as little or as much as you want with this length!

Trendy Long Bob

Trendy Long Bob hairstyleInstagram @samdowellhair

Q&A with style creator, Samantha Dowell
Stylist @ Jeffrey Lamorte Salon in Frankfort, IL


How would you describe this look and what is your favorite thing about it?

This look is a very popular and on-trend long bob. I like that it has a lived-in, effortless look and can be worn both beachy/messy or sleek.

What products do you recommend to maintain and recreate this look?

Create loose waves with straight ends with a 1-inch curling iron or flat iron, then finish with any sort of dry texture spray to get the waves to look natural and lived-in.

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

This look is great for young girls who are tired of their long, heavy, one-length hair, but are scared to go very short. This style also looks great with balayage color!

Shoulder Length Layered Hair

A picture of shoulder length layered hairJoseline / Instagram

Q&A with Style Creator Joseline Vargas
Owner and Colorist at De Colores in Pasadena, CA


How would you describe this look and what’s your favorite thing about it?

This is a very classic hair color and style. It is low maintenance, but not boring at all! This client has fine hair and when we added the longer layers, it transformed the cut and added some bounce to her normally limp hair. I love that something so simple can really brighten up a face!


Which products would you recommend for this look?

For this look, I used a new product called Puff Me by Design.Me. It’s a powder mist that can be used to achieve volume and texture, with a little bit of a hold as well.


Which skin tones and hair types can pull off this color/style combo best?

I always say that a woman with any skin tone can pull off any color as long as they have the proper undertones. It is up to you and your stylist to have that consultation to make the proper match.


What is your best tip in regards to recreating/maintaining this color/style?

For this particular client, I recommended she come every four to six weeks for a touch up on her regrowth since we are covering gray hair. To recreate the style at home, all you need is a good round brush, a blow dryer, and a texturizing or volumizing spray to apply after the blow dry.

Sexy Curls

medium-length-curly-hairAimee Sanchez / Instagram

Q&A with Style Creator Aimee Sanchez
Hairstylist @ William Edge Salon in Nashville, TN


How would you describe this look and what’s your favorite thing about it?
This client has naturally thick, coarse and curly hair. Compared to her normal look, this is actually an extremely smooth and sleek style. I love the loose and relaxed feel of the waves and the texture and volume that is lent to the style from her hair’s natural texture. I made sure to give her a shoulder length cut that would style well curly, or smooth, that had a lot of movement and a strong shape, but nothing too heavy or blunt.

Which products would you recommend to help create and maintain this look?
I prepped this hair with the Aveda Brilliant Damage Control. I use this on almost every guest because it’s a heat protectant and a detangler. To reduce frizz and add shine, I used the Aveda Smooth Infusion Style Prep to help straighten out her curl. For added hold, I used the Smooth Infusion Glossing Straightener. I finished with the Dry Remedy Oil to add extra shine and moisture.

Curly hair is naturally a little dryer and more frizz prone than straight hair. This client checked back in with me a few days after her appointment and let me know her style was still holding beautifully.

What type of person would this look work best for?

This is a very versatile look and shape than can easily be customized depending on hair texture.
What’s your best tip for someone who’s considering this look?

This would be a very low maintenance look for someone with smooth to wavy texture. If someone has extremely textured hair and wants this style, there will be a bit more time and effort put into achieving this look. Either way, it has a beautiful and effortless finish!

Simple & Elegant

simple elegant shoulder length hairInstagram @shearstylebyam

Q&A with style creator, Amanda Marcus
Hairstylist @ Johnny Rodriguez the Salon in Dallas, TX


How would you describe this look and what’s your favorite thing about it?

This is a simple yet elegant look. Medium length hair is so popular right now and is very easy to manage. My favorite thing about this look is that this length looks great in any style whether it’s curled, straight, blown out, or worn natural. You have so many options when it comes to this style. It’s also still long enough to throw into a messy bun or ponytail on those days when you just aren’t in the mood to style it.

Which products would you recommend to help create and maintain this look?

When it comes to products it really depends on what you are trying to achieve with your style. On this model I used a leave-in conditioner (R+Co’s Prep Spray) as well as a moisture and shine cream from her mid-lengths to ends (R+Co’s High Dive). Both of these contain heat protectants which are so important to use when you are styling!

I also always love using some sort of root spray or volumizer. In this case I chose Maximista by Oribe because it gives great lift without being too sticky. It’s very user friendly and all I did was spray it section by section at the root while blow drying. Once everything was smooth and dry, I finished the style off with a light hairspray just to keep everything tame. I love using Superfine by Oribe when only wanting a small amount of hold.

What type of person would this look work best for?

This length works great on most hair types. The model shown has very thick hair and tons of it. but even if you have fine or medium hair this style looks great.

Depending on your face shape is where I would consider doing a longer bang. The model has a slender face so we were able to take her fringe up a little shorter than we would probably do on someone with a face that is more round. No matter what your face shape, this length can be customized to fit your needs.

This cut works great with any lifestyle. Like I said before, it can be worn in a variety of different styles as well as up in that messy bun that we all love so much. My personal favorite would have to be beachy waves. Use a 1 to 1¼-inch wand or curling iron and wrap the hair around to achieve those messy waves that look so tousled and effortless. Finish that look off by scrunching in a pearl-sized amount of R+Co’s Mannequin Styling Paste and you are good to go.

What’s your best tip for someone who’s considering this look?

My best tip for someone considering this look is to really try different styles. We all get caught in the same hair rut and don’t try out new things, but this length is so versatile that you can literally do anything you want with it. Always have fun with your hair and don’t forget to use those heat protectants!

Girl On The Go

girl on the go shoulder length hairInstagram @jakeseitchik

Q&A with style creator, Jake Seitchik
Hairstylist @ Number 9 Salon in Saint Petersburg, FL


How would you describe this look and what’s your favorite thing about it?

I would describe this is effortless, girl-on-the-go hair. My favorite thing about this look is how wearable it is. Whether she styles it or wears it undone and a little messy, it still looks great.

Which products would you recommend to help create and maintain this look?

For embracing natural wave by air drying, sea salt spray is the way to go. If you curl with an iron, separate the curls with a dry texture spray. Oribe makes a great one!

What type of person would this look work best for?

This look is truly ideal for anyone. It’s flattering on every woman and it’s so easy to make formal or wear casual.

What’s your best tip for someone who’s considering this look?

My best tip is to play around with some loose curling/waving techniques because that’s when I think this style looks best. Also, keep it around collarbone length and you’ll still have a lot of hair to work with.

New Wave Textured Shag

Q&A with style creator, Jessica Francis
Senior Stylist/ Assistant Manager @ Studio G Salon in Stafford, VA


How would you describe this look and what’s your favorite thing about it?

This is a new wave textured shag. My guest wanted a shag with bangs as a throw back to her more youthful days. She has a natural wave in her hair, so I created a textured long shag with a curved piecey fringe. My favorite thing would be the flexibility for movement and the versatility.

Which products would you recommend to help create and maintain this look?

We applied Mirror Smooth (a light smoothing serum) for her blowout, then curled with a flat iron and sprayed in Full Effect to give a textured finish.

What type of person would this look work best for?

If you want it, you got it! I love this look for people with natural waves, people on the go, and girls who enjoy trying multiple looks with their haircuts.

What’s your best tip for someone who’s considering this look?

Make sure you have the amount of time and product in the mornings to give the attention this look can require! Always ask your stylist to explain just how to recreate this style, as well as which products and tools you will need.

Chic, Yet Edgy

Q&A with style creator, Christine Nguyen-Hill
Hairstylist @ Statements the Salon in Woodbridge, VA


How would you describe this look and what’s your favorite thing about it?

The look is very chic, yet edgy at the same time! I love the pairing of the mid-length haircut with the silver color because it sort of gives off this spunky, laid back vibe.

Which products would you recommend to help create and maintain this look?

I recommend is the Viral Extreme Silver shampoo to maintain the hair color. As for the loose curls, I recommend a hair wand as flat irons and curling irons can sometimes fade the hair color back to blonde.

What type of person would this look work best for?

Any face shape can work with this color! As for the specific shade of silver, that would be dependent on your skin tone. Surprisingly however, most people can pull off silver hair! This style works well with classy acts, and even spunky edgy people. If you’re someone who is looking for a low maintenance hair, this is not for you.

What’s your best tip for someone who’s considering this look?

I advise you visited with a professional and seasoned stylist as this is a look that may take a couple processes before achieving the silver color. The end result may even compromise the integrity of the hair, but a consultation with a licensed professional will set you up for success!

Multi-Tonal

Q&A with style creator, Charlotte Green
Artistic director @ Louise Woods Hair Studio in Leicester, England


How would you describe this look and what’s your favorite thing about it?

This is a versatile, multi-tonal, mid-length style.

Which products would you recommend to help create and maintain this look?

To create and maintain this look, I would recommend using a volumizing root lift mousse and a sea salt spray.

What type of person would this look work best for?

The great thing about this look is that a version of it is suitable for everyone as you can adapt the shape around the front to suit and flatter most face shapes. Its great for someone with a busy lifestyle as you can scrunch a bit of sea salt spray in and you’re good to go.

Color wise, these tones are perfect for anyone with a paler skin tone to warm it up and brown or hazel eyes to really make them pop. Personality wise, this style will suit anyone who gets bored easily as you can change it up to create so many different looks. There’s enough length for an updo, you can wave it with tongs/a wand, or smooth and polish it with irons. You can have a different look for every day!

What’s your best tip for someone who’s considering this look?

My best tip for someone considering this look is to ask for texture to really break the haircut up, and to go for complimentary tones a couple of levels lighter and brighter than the natural base so they all blend and disappear into the haircut together.

Texture & Movement

shoulder length hair texture movementInstagram @alecia_theblvd

Q&A with style creator, Alecia Brown
Stylist/Owner @ The BLVD in Peoria, AZ


How would you describe this look and what’s your favorite thing about it?

This look has a lot of texture and movement to it. It is a cut that is transitioning from the ever so popular “lob” to more of a mid length look. I love this look because it’s so versatile. You can wear it sleek and straight, or give it lots of volume and texture.

Which products would you recommend to help create and maintain this look?

I recommend Unite U oil through the ends for smoothness and moisture and Unite Expanda volume for a root boost and volume. If you want more of a lived-in look, finish it off with a dry texture spray like Unite Texturiza.

What type of person would this look work best for?

This haircut is for virtually anyone. It would truly flatter any face shape and skin tone. Even someone with really curly hair could rock this haircut, it would just have a totally different look.

What’s your best tip for someone who’s considering this look?

Product is key! I also recommend keeping the fringe area longer. I think if the fringe gets much shorter it gives it a whole different feel that might not be as current and trendy.

Casual & Cute

Q&A with style creator, Stephanie Schmidleutner
Designer @ Illusions Color Spa in St. Louis, MO


How would you describe this look and what’s your favorite thing about it?

This is a casual and cute should length style. My favorite thing about this look is that it’s fun and trendy

Which products would you recommend to help create and maintain this look?

The best products for this look would be texture and volume products. I used IGK Texture Foam, IGK Texturizing Spray and Oribe Superfine Hairspray

What type of person would this look work best for?

This look works for all hair types and personalities.

What’s your best tip for someone who’s considering this look?

This look is easier to style when you’re using the right products!

Convertible Texture

Q&A with style creator, Katelyn Harter
Hairstylist @ Alchemy Salon and Spa in Sacramento, CA


How would you describe this look and what is your favorite thing about it?

This should-length look has a lot of convertible texture, making it perfect for beach waves or sleek for a meeting or interview.

What products do you recommend to maintain and recreate this look?

I love Rockaway spray for texture at the roots as well as Trophy to finish the look with shine and texture. Both made by R+Co.

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

This look is perfect for anyone wanting to make a big change without making a big cut. It is great for all hair types and can easily be customized for any situation.

Shoulder Length Hair With Bangs

Picture of a shoulder length hairstyle with bangsInstagram @marchyrizzhair

Q&A with style creator, Marcella Rizzuto
Hairstylist @ Prep Hair in Winnipeg, Canada


How would you describe this look and what is your favorite thing about it?

This look is a classic bob with a modern take on a retro fringe. My favorite thing about it is the texture and fun feel the overall look has.

What products do you recommend to maintain and recreate this look?

The best product to maintain this look would have to be Chiffon from R+Co. It is great round brushed in and gives nice volume but a smooth finish. I also like to add a bit of Salty Dog from Evo after drying to give it a slight textured edge.

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

I recommend this look for someone with medium to thick hair. If your hair is very fine, I would suggest taking the length slightly shorter to ensure fullness on the ends. This look is great for any face shape, but usually if you have a rounder face, adding a fringe will accentuate that. In that case, bringing the fringe closer to your cheek bones will be more flattering. You really can live any lifestyle to have this look, but a fringe is always a little more maintenance so take that into account before taking the plunge!

Shoulder Length Bob

Q&A with style creator, Kyle Bradshaw
Part Owner and Stylist @ Edit Downtown Salon in Salisbury, MD


How would you describe this look and what is your favorite thing about it?

I would describe this look as a lob. The lob is definitely one of my favorite styles. It has so much versatility and is very low maintenance. If simple and classy is something you’re looking for, the lob would be perfect for you.

What products do you recommend to maintain and recreate this look?

Products are essential to maintaining any style. Here, I used Total Results Wonder Boost. This client has fine, thin, straight hair and was looking for a little more body. Using the Wonder Boost and manipulating the hair with a round brush created just the right amount of volume and style for her. A heat protecting product would be good for any client across the board.

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

This look is perfect for the client that needs a low maintenance, professional, fly-out-the-door kind of hairstyle. On days you have a little extra time, add a few curls and you have a different look. If you woke up late and are pressed for time, throw a little product in it and go! This lob suits pretty much any face shape and hair type. Curly haired girls need to consider the curl pattern they have as this could play into how short or long to cut the hair.

Soft and Easy

Soft and Easy hairstyleInstagram @rheafaith_hair

Q&A with style creator, Rhea Frohmader
Hairstylist @ Main Street Salon in Sumner, WA


How would you describe this look and what is your favorite thing about it?

I love the ease of this shoulder-length hair. It has the softness of painted hair, but with a little more pop!

What products do you recommend to maintain and recreate this look?

We used Kevin Murphy Antigravity Spray to give some height and hold as we styled, then finished with a little Kevin Murphy Hair Resort Spray for some piecey-ness

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

What’s great about both the color and the cut is that they can each can work for so many people. This look is fairly low maintenance, so you can go months between color appointments. The length is easy to curl or straighten, and you can still wear it in a ponytail.

Lightly Textured

Lightly Textured hairstyleInstagram @ashleyannehair

Q&A with style creator, Ashley Johnson
Independent Cut + Color Specialist @ Salon Gold in Minneapolis, MN


How would you describe this look and what is your favorite thing about it?

I would describe this look as a medium length, lightly textured look that is subtly longer toward the front. She likes low maintenance color, so I hand painted highlights and softly feathered them up toward the root to create a look that would grow out nicely on its own.

What products do you recommend to maintain and recreate this look?

For any color client, I recommend a sulfate-free, color-safe shampoo to maintain the tone and health of the hair. I like to keep it simple when it comes to styling products, so I used a heat protectant prior to blow drying and a texture paste in the ends to finish.

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

What I love most about this trend is the versatility of it. I feel like those with any face shape can rock it. It’s all about the final detailing that personalizes it to the client specifically. I find that this look grows out nicely and doesn’t require the six to eight week maintenance of shorter, above-the-shoulder looks.

Shoulder Length Hair With Layers

Q&A with style creator, Karla Perezrea
Independent Colorist/Hairstylist @ Studio J Salon in Benicia, CA


How would you describe this look and what is your favorite thing about it?

This is a midlength hairstyle with beige/brown long layers and buttery blonde balayage. I love how the look appears effortless but polished.

What products do you recommend to maintain and recreate this look?

I recomment a great color-safe shampoo and conditioner (Pureology), a primer (Bumble and bumble), a blow dry cream (Joico) with use of a roller brush (Olivia Garden), and good blow dryer.

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

This hairstyle would work with thicker hair and just about any face shape. This look is great for the woman that likes feeling polished but not overly done.

Shag-Inspired

Shag-Inspired hairstyleInstagram @sofiawithaf31

Q&A with style creator, Sofia Nordhamn
Stylist @ The Livingroom Salon in Costa Mesa, CA


How would you describe this look and what is your favorite thing about it?

I would describe the look as textured, shoulder-length, shag-inspired cut. The versatility of styling options are endless. You can go from rocker to bohemian wavy, from straight to with texture, or pinned up in various ways.

My favorite thing about it is that it’s a very versatile style that can be worn with the natural texture of the hair. This client happens to have a great natural wave in her hair, and that was part of what inspired me. She can also wear it blown out smooth or straightened, or with more defined and polished waves. She also have enough length to wear it up if she would like to.

What products do you recommend to maintain and recreate this look?

I’m a fan of Oribe, so I used Curl Gloss on towel dried hair to help promote the natural texture and add shine. I diffused her hair and added texture dry spray on the roots for added volume and texture. To finish, I used Fiber Architect to help define texture on the ends.

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

I recommend this look for people with naturally wavy hair that have a low maintenance, wash n’ go type of lifestyle. It is also a great look for someone that likes to see more movement and texture within the length of the hair. As I mentioned earlier, it’s a very versatile style that can be worn at any length really. It is an ideal look for someone that wants an effortless and fashion-forward style, or a different silhouette than the typical mid-length with long layers. Plus it grows out nicely as well!

Tattooed Undercut

Tattooed Undercut hairstyleInstagram @stylistwitch

Q&A with style creator, Chloe Loesch
Stylist / Makeup Artist @ Rocco Altobelli Salons in Minneapolis, MN


How would you describe this look and what is your favorite thing about it?

I love haircuts that have a lot of versatility, and that’s something great about this medium-length lob. It’s easy to style like a bob, and still long enough to ponytail it when you need it out of your way. You could also do a fun half up style when you want something more interesting!

I love the addition of this type of undercut with a hair tattoo. It’s a really cool way to show off your edge when you want to, and you can cover it easily when you feel like keeping your look more classic.

What products do you recommend to maintain and recreate this look?

These bouncy beach waves can be achieved with any flat iron between one and two inches wide. Prep the hair with a heat protectant and mousse with light hold, then dry your hair completely before using your flat iron.

Work your way around your head, curling in small sections with the flat iron. The pieces right around your face should be curled back and away from your face, but after that, alternating between curling back and forward creates this tousled/beachy look.

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

The lob is great for anyone who doesn’t want to do the work of dealing with really long hair, but isn’t sure if they want to go all the way short. It’s also especially good for straight or wavy haired ladies with fine hair that gets wispy on the ends when it gets too long and layered. The lob keeps these hair types looking healthy and full!

The tattooed undercut is awesome for anyone who likes to put their hair up and show their edgy side sometimes, but might also need to tone it down for a professional work environment.

Multi-Colored Lob

Multi-Colored Lob hairstyleInstagram @hairbykailey1

Q&A with style creator, Kailey Lux
Hair and Make Up Designer @ The Image Salon and Day Spa in Pleasanton, CA


How would you describe this look and what is your favorite thing about it?

My favorite thing about this color is that she has all three colors that she wanted brown roots, blonde, and fun colors. I love working with Joico colors. I gave her four types of colors that added some fun color to her without being too much.

What products do you recommend to maintain and recreate this look?

I recommend the purple or blue Celeb Luxury Viral shampoos and conditioners. I also like the Joico Color Safe shampoo.

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

The long lob cut is great for all face shapes. It is also great for fine hair because it makes their hair thick and gives some volume. It’s one of my favorites because you can really customize the haircut (and color!) for the client.

Slicked Back

Written by Irene Bredthauer

Get your strands out of your face with this super sleek style. Hair is ironed straight and brushed back behind the ears.

Slicked Back Shoulder Length HairstyleStyle by Chelsea Fox, Makeup by Stephanie Parja, Yellow Strawberry Global Salon, Sarasota, FL

How To Style:

  1. Flat iron strands from roots to tips.
  2. Use a strong hold hairspray to plaster hair back and away from the face.

Recommended Products:

Sexy Healthy Hair Soy Flat Iron Spray is a great heat protectant to use on straight styles.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

Round or square shaped faces wear this look best. The straighter your strands are naturally, the better.

Tip:

This look is very dramatic and can look harsh without soft and girly makeup.

Natural Beauty

Written by Irene Bredthauer

This mid-length haircut is super simple yet extremely flattering. The subtle side part and cascading curls are absolutely stunning! All the hair is cut to one length to keep it looking full, but without the dreaded pyramid shape.

Shoulder Length Hairstyle with Side Part and CurlsStyle by Alison Wilson, Makeup by Robbin Jackson, Sheer Professionals, Wooster, OH

How To Style:

  1. Apply your favorite curl-enhancing products to damp hair and comb through.
  2. Use your hand to scrunch up the strands.
  3. Attach a diffuser to your blow dryer and dry your strands until they are dry.

Recommended Products:

Try Moroccan Oil Curl Control Mousse to both tame and enhance your natural curls.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

All faces shapes can wear this look as long you have naturally wavy or curly texture.

Tip:

Avoid touching your curls throughout the day as this can create frizz.

Wavy Lob

Written by Irene Bredthauer

This look, nicknamed the “lob”, has been on trend for awhile now and still going strong. This voluminous version is full of sultry waves and even sexier with a deep side part.

Wavy Lob Should Length HairstyleStyle by Victoria Romano, Makeup by Amber Beck, Yellow Strawberry Global Salon, Sarasota, FL

How To Style:

  1. Part clean dry hair deeply to one side.
  2. Use a large-sized curling iron (1 1/2-inch) to curl your entire head of hair.
  3. Spray your curls with a light hold hairspray.
  4. Brush the curls and create soft waves.
  5. Spray again to hold.

Recommended Products:

Paul Mitchell Super Skinny Serum!

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

Round, heart or square shaped faces will be flattered by this style. Medium to thick amounts of hair with straight to lightly curly hair would work with this look.

Tip:

This look could be achieved with hot rollers, too!

True Texture

Written by Irene Bredthauer

This shoulder length haircut is full of whimsical texture and an awesome side bang. The tousled strands contrast nicely with the smooth fringe.

Shoulder Length Hairstyle with TextureStyle by Becca Hoppe, Makeup by Kristian Bailey, Sheer Professionals, Wooster, OH
Shoulder Length Hairstyle with Texture BackStyle by Becca Hoppe, Makeup by Kristian Bailey, Sheer Professionals, Wooster, OH

How To Style:

  1. Diffuse natural curls.
  2. Iron out bangs for a sleek finish.

Recommended Products:

Garnier Fructis Curl Construct Style Mousse is great product to help enhance your hair’s natural wave.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

Oval or rectangular shaped faces would be flattered nicely with the soft texture and swooping bangs. Thin to thick amounts of naturally curly hair is ideal.

Tip:

Keeping the bangs on the longer side keeps them more versatile with the styling. You can wear them curly or straight and still get a killer look.

Disco Diva

Written by Irene Bredthauer

This mid-length hairstyle has tons of texture and movement! A dramatic side bang feathers out into messy and scrunched up waves. All the fun layers cut into the hair create a light and whimsical feel.

Mid Length Hairstyle with Side BangsStyle by London Hair

How To Style:

  1. Create a deep side part on clean dry hair.
  2. Use a medium-sized curling iron to bend bangs away from the face.
  3. Curl your entire head of hair and then brush it through.
  4. Spray on a texture spray to add grit.
  5. Scrunch hair up with your fingers and shake hair out to play up the texture.

Recommended Products:

Prive Texture Spray is a great option for this style.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

Oval or rectangular shaped faces wear this look well. Straight to wavy textured hair would work well with this style.

Tip:

Pack a travel-sized hairspray or texture spray in your purse to touch up your strands throughout the day.

Beach Babe

Written by Irene Bredthauer

This hairstyle features asymmetrical waves and a cool texture that makes it flirty and fun.

Asymmetrical Hairstyle with WavesStyle by Alysha Frary, Makeup by Robbin Jackson, Sheer Professionals, Wooster, OH

How To Style:

  1. Part hair to the side and the blow dry as smooth as you can.
  2. Use a large-sized curling iron and a small-sized curling iron on your strands to create different sized ringlets.
  3. Focus your iron work on the middle of the hair strand to the ends.
  4. Blast your strands with a texture spray and then go in and break up your curls with your fingers.

Recommended Products:

Redken Wax Blast is the ideal texture spray for this style.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

All face shapes that have straight to wavy hair types can pull off this look.

Tip:

Pin half of your strands up for a sweet and girly style!