A great stylist will take your wishes seriously if you provide them with a photo, but even without one being on hand, being able to communicate clearly will help ensure you reach the results you’re after.
Cute Layered Bob with Side Part
This cute layered bob with a side part showcases hair texture and color beautifully, while its blonde hue complements any skin tone and adds an air of style and trendiness.
Rounded Long Bob
The classic long bob is an evergreen look worn in various textures and lengths, including thicker strands. If you want volume without using styling products, this cut can add volume while minimizing styling product use. Plus, it allows you to experiment with various bang styles like side fringe or curtain bangs! Rounder styles look especially great on oval and heart-shaped faces!
Textured Lob with Middle-parted Curtain Bangs
Another fantastic medium bob style is the textured lob with middle-parted curtain bangs, providing dimension and texture for thin hair while framing the face beautifully. Perfect for those who want something less formal!
Balayage or Dip Dye Finish
If you want a modern, chic bob haircut for women medium, consider opting for either a balayage or dip dye finish. These coloring techniques highlight your natural hue while creating a light and airy effect, perfect for lengthening your features and the face.
Choppy Layered Bob with Side Part
A choppy layered bob with a side part is an accessible and fashionable style for any face shape or personality. Easy to achieve, this look allows you to experiment with various layers and textures without too much time styling it yourself. Or try opting for one featuring middle-parted curtain bangs for even more voluminous and playful pieces!
Side-Parted Ash Brown Bob
If you’re keen on trying the ash brown trend but are hesitant to completely lighten your natural hue, Gigi Hadid-inspired highlights could be an effective solution. Ask your colorist to add sunny streaks around the face for framing and incorporate a cool-toned shade on top for an easy, stylish dye job that’ll look fresh year-round.
Dark Ash Brown Balayage
A dark ash-brown balayage works beautifully on warm and cool complexions if your hair is already lighter. With subtle silver undertones that perfectly complement warm and cool tones, this rich tone creates tons of dimension while seamlessly blending in with existing colors and disguising gray strands for an effortless look.
Light Ash Brown Balayage
If you have naturally dark hair, a light ash-brown balayage may be the ideal way to add sparkle and style to your daily appearance. This cool-toned hue will look just as natural as the brunette color but will fade more rapidly; therefore, purple shampoo and conditioner may need to be used regularly to keep it bright and fresh. Additionally, this ombre style gives the best of both worlds as it preserves natural hues at the ends while offering lighter tones up top.
Razored shags are one of the best medium-length haircuts for women with fine, straight strands because it instantly increases volume and texture while drawing attention to your best facial features. In particular, it highlights eyes and cheekbones. Furthermore, heavier layers in front balance the rounder face while longer side pieces fall across the cheeks to create an eye-catching peek-a-boo effect.
Medium Length Shag with Center Part and Feathery Bangs
For an alternative look to the classic bob, why not try this medium-length shag with a center part and feathery bangs? This reddish-brown shoulder-length shag brings out the green in Kaley Cuoco’s eyes while making her cheekbones appear more prominent; its face-framing side pieces and a complete set of sweeping bangs add subtle femininity that brings out her natural beauty.
Layered Ash Blonde Shag
When executed using the slicing technique, a layered ash-blonde shag looks wonderful on medium-length hair, which softens coarse and thick strands. If you don’t have access to an ash-blonde color, brown-to-copper balayage gives similar effects that perfectly match nearly all skin tones. Slicing techniques also work great for those with thinner locks by helping it stand out against the rest of their heads while taking advantage of your texture and depth of body.