Celebrities With Medium hair

At a time when short and long locks seem to rule the world, it’s refreshing to see celebrities embrace mid-length cuts with enthusiasm. We have selected our favorite celebrity looks, which showcase mid-length cuts as chic styles everyone should try!

Bradley Cooper

Bradley Cooper wears his medium hair styled in an elegant, classic manner, short on the sides and back while longer at the crown for maximum impact. This timeless, sophisticated look exudes class.

Jessica Alba

Alba was born on April 28, 1981. With her father serving in the Air Force, Alba moved around frequently, living between Biloxi, Mississippi, and Del Rio, Texas. She made her big-screen debut in the 1994 comedy Camp Nowhere but hit her stride with Dark Angel. Additionally, she appeared in two installments of Fantastic Four films directed by Robert Rodriguez and several collaborations between them.

Sabina Akhmedova

Sabina Akhmedova is an experienced actress who made her stage debut at 16. She is best known for playing Goneril in Lee Strasberg Institute’s production of King Lear. This sophisticated medium hairstyle displays her high fashion tastes subtly yet strikingly. The face-framing layers accentuate her gorgeous features while some hairspray keeps it sleek and glossy.

Lindsey Stirling

Lindsey Stirling is a multifaceted musician, dancer, singer, and actress renowned for her global performances as a violinist, dancer, singer/actress and for hosting her weekly podcast, String Sessions. Stirling first gained national exposure when she participated in America’s Got Talent and was eliminated when one of the judges accidentally pushed the buzzer during her performance. Stirling ran a campaign in 2021 to raise money for The Upside Fund, a non-profit that provided relief during the Covid-19 pandemic. She auctioned some of her outfits, including Roundtable Rival music video outfits.

Miranda Otto

Otto began landing minor film roles after graduating from Sydney’s National Institute of Dramatic Art. She made her film debut in Emma’s War in 1987. Otto was thrust into the spotlight following her role in Doing Time for Patsy Cline when she began a relationship with Richard Roxburgh from Doing Time for Patsy Cline. She became the subject of Australian tabloid coverage despite not wanting any press. This forced Otto into frequent appearances in tabloid newspapers, which could become uncomfortable when the press started reporting her private affairs as often. Peter Jackson made a wise choice in casting Otto after Uma Thurman declined the role of Eowyn in The Lord of the Rings, even though she was 30 and had to play an 18-year-old character convincingly. She pulled it off flawlessly!

Kerry Washington

Kerry Washington recently celebrated her 45th birthday and has worn many different hairstyles. Recently, she posted several selfies to Instagram sporting both loose coils and tighter coils for an eye-catching new cut. She has won critical acclaim for her roles in Django Unchained and Little Fires Everywhere, garnering rave reviews from critics. Additionally, she starred alongside Academy Award-winner Forest Whitaker as Idi Amin’s wife Kay in the 2005 film The Last King of Scotland, starring as Idi Amin himself alongside Forest Whitaker as Kay Idi Amin.

Jessica Pare

Jessica Pare made waves as Don Draper’s French-Canadian secretary, junior copywriter, and equal to Megan Calvert on Mad Men. Her iconic in-show performance of “Zou Bisou Bisou” quickly became a water cooler buzz and led to Jessica’s worldwide celebrity status. Pare made her mark when director Denys Arcand selected her for a lead role in Stardom, which closed the 2000 Cannes Film Festival. Since then, she has appeared in films and miniseries such as Bonanno, Lost