Medium layered haircuts with bangs give women a fresh look that’s effortless to style. The length is versatile as you experience the perks of having both short and long tresses.
Stylist Greer Tepper of Columbia, MD points out that mid-length locks can be simple to style. “If you let your natural texture do its thing, the medium layered chop will work perfectly,” she states.
Your lifestyle is one of the factors to consider before getting layers and a fringe.
Tepper explains, “Bangs can be a real annoyance if you’re not prepared for them. They need styling every morning. Also, a medium cut doesn’t demand too many layers as it may appear less modern.”
Remember, you may not be able to pull all your hair up. If your daily activities require you to wear ponytails or buns, having medium-length hair isn’t ideal. Yet, you can do a quick low updo, for sure!
Consult your stylist to make sure you get the perfect length and style for your face shape. They know what to recommend to you.
The secret to a fresh-looking style is here! Check out these inspiring pictures of medium layered haircuts with bangs that are worth trying.
#1: Stunning Sleek Layered Cut with Long Side Bangs
Spruce up your medium-length cut with long, sleek side bangs and stunning, face-framing layers. Longer side bangs can help emphasize bright eyes or pronounced cheekbones. Meanwhile, the face-framing layers enhance your natural face shape. Wear your hair in a smooth blowout to show off your new cut’s gorgeous texture and movement.
#2: Barbie Blonde Layers and Bangs
For a modern, feminine haircut, consider medium-length Barbie blonde layers and bangs! The medium-length Barbie blonde style adds volume and gives a neat look. The layers create dimension and texture, and the bangs frame your face beautifully. It suits all hair types, from straight to wavy to curly. Style your damp hair with a volumizing mousse for extra body and hold. Use a round brush to blow-dry for a sleek finish to your hair.
#3: Mid-Length Layers and Waterfall Bangs
The waterfall fringe is in. This look of mid-length layers and waterfall bangs proves these styles are the “it thing.” Sultry, simple, and stunning!
#4: Chic Long Bob with Long Wispy Bangs
The chic long bob with long wispy bangs and layers is a stylish haircut that flatters mid-length hair. This cut is perfect for those looking to add texture and volume to their hair. It works best if your hair is straight to slightly wavy and can be customized to suit different face shapes. Keep the layers longer to allow for more movement and versatility in styling.
#5: Modern Blonde Layers with Fringe
Consider modern blonde layers cut with fringe if you want a fresh and modern haircut. It’s low-maintenance but still packs in plenty of style. This cut works best for women with straight or wavy hair who want to add texture without going too edgy. Ask for layers to create movement and volume. Use a texture spray to finish your style to show off your texture.
#6: Layers and Fringe
Try layers and fringe for a fresh look if you want a new style! Keeping this style pieced out and texturized is the key to making this style effortless. A heavy fringe can be tricky to make it look effortless. Ask about a piecey fringe for a trendy style.
#7: Beautiful Layers and Balayage
For a medium-length style, add some shapely layers to the mix. Aim to add volume and texture in places that accentuate the features and lift the face with framing to shadow features. Hair is a wondering art piece. You can tastefully contour your features to any style.
#8: Sexy Copper Layers for Mid-Length Hair
Try this take on sexy copper layers for mid-length hair. The best type of copper is a multi-dimensional one, I love how this color has a slight ombre effect on the ends. If you enjoy vivid tones but don’t love the upkeep, doing a softer red may be helpful. Invest in a good color-safe shampoo and conditioner for longer-lasting hues.
#9: Face-Framing Visible Layers
If your style is limp and has fallen flat, try face-framing visible layers to spice up your hairstyle. Adding in a wispy long bang can also be a fun and stylish way to add shape to your lifeless locks. With my years of experience, it’s important to assess bangs and framing that’s nice for your face. If you have a longer forehead with high cheekbones, you can go longer and wispier. Remember you must have a soft face frame when you pair the two. Try adding in soft highlights for a lived-in effect.
#10: Cute Shag Cut
Give this cute shag haircut a try! You can wear this cut straight or super textured! If you can, talk with your stylist at your next appointment to see if this is an option for you.
#11: Medium Copper Shag with Visible Layers
Here’s a medium copper shag with visible layers. To give your fine hair texture and shape, try face-framing layers. They are known to complement your style and features. Opt for a blunt textured cut to keep fullness and definition with the facial framing and layers,
#12: Layered Curls and Concave Bangs
Do your curls lay flat? Try doing some layered curls and concave bangs! This can be a helpful shape to add instant volume to your hair. If you can, take a little length off as well. Often we want to hold on to length with curls in fear of them springing up too much. But we often forget they can get easily weighed down. Take a few inches off the bottom for optimum volume.
#13: Medium Cut with Choppy Layers and Fringe
If you love to “wash ‘n go” and wear your hair in its natural texture, ask for a haircut with layers and a nice curtain-y fringe. The soft nature of the layers and bangs will give this cut plenty of texture and interest. Comb your bangs into place when damp and they will dry exactly how you want them to.
#14: Sexy Mid-Length Layers
It doesn’t matter if your hair is fine or coarse. These sexy mid-length layers look good on everyone. On a medium haircut, the layers can bring much-needed volume to people with finer textures. Or, remove weight from thicker, coarse textures. Ask your stylist about the right length and layer combo that works best for you!
#15: Medium-to-Long Layered Cut
Shaggy, and wolf cut styles are making their way into all lengths and formation. When looking for movement and body, I suggest a medium-to-long layered cut. My best advice is to invest in styling aids that add movement and texture to your style. A product like Fatboy: fiber Mousse is a product that builds up body from the wet to dry state of styling. And it allows definition to the varying layers of the hair.
#16: Dimensional Copper Layered Lob with Fringe
Rock the hottest hair trend with a dimensional copper layered lob with fringe. A medium length will give your locks a fuller-looking appearance. If you’re opting for a fringe know that it may bring some more maintenance and styling time. Plan to get cuts every 8 weeks to maintain a healthy-looking mane.
#17: Vivid Orange and Yellow Waves with Black Bangs
Try these vivid orange and yellow waves with black bangs if you want to be a show-stopper! When dyeing your hair with semi-permanent it’s important to use sulfate-free shampoos. That’s if you want to preserve the color as long as possible. Don’t leave your appointment without products to help keep your hair vibrant.
#18: Undone Blonde Hair with See-Through Bangs
Look totally on trend with undone blonde hair with see-through bangs. Having layers like this is a great way to get tons of movement and body for an effortless look. If you have fine hair, this is a great cut for you to get more volume and texture. Invest in good professional hair tools so when you are styling you know you’re not causing a lot of heat damage.
#19: Dark Copper 90s-Inspired Layers
Dark copper layers are sleek and stylish. This style is one of the best styles to come out of 90s hairstyles. You’ll need your blow dryer and a round brush to recreate this effortless hairdo. Using your blow dryer with a concentrator nozzle, blow the air down your hair, not up, to reduce frizz. Avoid rolling your hair too much on the ends, you just want a slight bend towards your face. If you’d rather use your flat iron, make a big D shape as you run the iron down the length of your hair. This will also help to bevel the ends instead of curling them.
#20: Grey Blended Layered Cut with Wispy Fringe
Look supernatural with a gray blended layered cut with a wispy fringe. A medium-length cut is a great length for easy styling and maintenance. Wispy layers and fringe will bring a soft feminine touch to your hair and face. If you want a more polished style, be prepared to blow dry with a big round brush.
#21: Tousled Shaggy Layers and Soft Side Bangs
If you’re feeling bored with your hair, try some tousled shaggy layers with a soft side bang. A medium layered haircut with side bangs adds movement and volume, while the side bangs keep the perfect amount of sophistication.
#22: Extra Long Bob with Balayage
An extra long bob with balayage will look dimensional and give your hair a new brightened glow. This is a great low-maintenance hair color and is recommended for women who may be coloring their hair for the first time. If you need to color your roots in order to cover any grey hair, make sure to ask your hairdresser to only use demi-permanent color. Permanent hair color will be tricky to remove later on down the road when you go to lighten it again so it’s important to only color the top of your hair if you absolutely must.
#23: Soft Curled Layers on Mid-Length Hair
To give limp hair a boost, try softly curled layers if you have mid-length hair. Light soft layers give body and look effortless with some delicate waves. The medium length is great to take off dead ends and give life back to your hair.
#24: Mid-Length Shag with Razored Layers
If you’re wanting a mid-length style, try a shag cut with razored layers. Using the razor allows the layers to be choppy and blended at the same time. The look flows best with medium hairstyles with layers and bangs.
#25: Layered Shag on Dimensional Blonde Hair
Dimensional blonde is especially beautiful when paired with mid-length layered hair. The high dimension adds an illusion of thickness and choppy layers add the perfect amount of volume to mid-length, thick hair.
#26: Pink Textured Lob with Layers and Bangs
If you’re looking for a fun new look this spring, try a pink textured lob with layers and bangs. Style straight or curly, on shoulder-length layered hair. Try the “viral” color depositing shampoo by Celeb Luxury to keep your fashion color from fading.
#27: Long Layers on a Medium Shag Cut
If you’re afraid of bangs but want to add some volume, try a medium shag cut with long layers. For thin hair, short and medium-length hairstyles with layers and bangs are always best. Style with any Puff Me products to add some texture and volume.
#28: Long Shaggy Bob with Arched Bangs
If you have a round face, a long shaggy bob with arched bangs may be the perfect style for you. A medium layered haircut for round faces with bangs frames the face, making it a flattering look.
Related: See more medium-length shags with bangs.
#29: Straight Bangs for a Messy Lob Cut
Straight bangs can be a great statement piece for a messy lob cut. Bangs can be a scary concept for some, but they can actually look great with most medium-length layered styles, especially when paired with choppy layers.
#30: Subtle Layers and Side Part Bardot Bangs
If you’re looking for a sexy new style, try some subtle layering with Bardot bangs. Also known as curtain bangs, Bardot bangs with a side part add an alluring and classy spin to otherwise bland medium layered haircuts with curtain bangs.
#31: Mid-Length Hair with Shorter Layers and Curtain Bangs
If you have mid-length or shoulder-length hair, try some shorter layers with curtain bangs. Curl with a 1/2 inch iron and tousle with texture spray to have carefree, effortless medium layered haircuts with fringe.
#32: Round Lob with Thin Bangs and Soft Layers
A round bob with thin bangs and soft layers is one of the most elegant and timeless medium-length hairstyles. Especially flattering when paired with medium layered hair with a soft fringe around the face.
#33: Medium Shag with Face-Framing Layers
If you’re wanting to switch up your hairstyle, try a medium shag cut with face-framing layers for medium hair. This cut is especially flattering on medium-length hair and an oval face shape.
#34: Curled Lob with Wispy Bangs
A curled lob with wispy bangs is a timeless look for almost any age. Adding blended layering to your medium layered bob haircut with bangs can be the perfect way to add shape and movement to your style.
#35: Long Bob with Waves and Choppy Bangs
For that messy, effortless look, try a long bob with waves and choppy bangs. A layered cut is especially flattering on short to medium-length hairstyles with bangs and layers. Enhance your beachy waves using a wand curling iron and some texture spray.
Related: See more short to medium layered cuts.
#36: Textured Bangs on Brunette, Wavy Hair
Textured bangs are especially flattering on brunette, medium wavy hair. For those with thick, medium-length layered hair, try a layered haircut with bangs.
#37: Shoulder-Length Shagged Bob with Heavy Bangs
A shagged bob with heavy bangs is flattering for any face shape, especially on shoulder-length hair. If you’re looking for a medium layered haircut with long bangs, opt for a shaggy bob cut.
#38: Tousled Style with Side-Swept Bangs
A tousled style with bangs is a messy yet purposeful look. It’s perfect for the women out there with medium-layered haircuts with side-swept bangs who like to add a bit of edge to their look. Tousle with your fingers and the Wax Blast 10 texture spray by Redken.
#39: Wolf Cut with Wispy Bangs
A wolf cut with wispy bangs is the go-to trend nowadays. Medium layered haircuts with bangs are perfect for adding volume and edge to fine hair.
#40: Textured Choppy Haircut and Bangs
If you have thick hair and you want to switch up your style, try a medium choppy layered haircut with bangs. Choppy layers are great for adding volume and removing bulk at the same time giving your hair the movement and versatility it needs.
#41: Mid-Length Loose Curls with Short Bangs
Mid-length curls paired with short bangs are the perfect example of natural sophistication. For the curly-haired women out there, medium curly layered haircuts with bangs help add shape to your hair so you can wear it naturally with minimal effort. Use a diffuser on low heat to enhance your natural curl pattern.
#42: Light Fringe for Medium Layered Hair
For medium layered haircuts, adding some light fringe and wispy bangs is the perfect way to create a soft, elegant appearance. Style with hot rollers for that timeless blowout look.
#43: Medium Cut with Bangs and Feathered Layers
If you’re looking for a flirty new look, try a mid-length haircut with bangs and feathered layers. Layered hairstyles can be great for giving straight hair the perfect amount of movement and volume.