#72: Lovely Long Layers for Medium Hair
A medium layered cut like this with a great blowout leaves you with an astonishing result! These lovely long layers for medium hair don’t only offer volume but also take away weight and bulk. Try to pair it with a dark golden blonde hue to complement your fair skin tone.
#73: Voluminous Blow Out Medium-Length Layers
A voluminous blowout shows off these gorgeous layers just right. It’s a popular choice for women considering medium-length layered haircuts. Blowing your hair out with a round brush not only adds tremendous volume it can enhance shine and reduce frizz.
#74: Impressive Curly Bob
A classic bob can take curly medium-length layered cuts to the highest level. Go all out with a dark brown color to make your curls shine! Finish with a layered back and impressively paired side bang for your perfect look.
#75: Face-Framing Layers for Medium-Length Hair
Gorgeous face-framing layers for medium-length hair are in! This trend is a perfect way to lighten up heavy hair. It’s a medium-layered hairstyle that offers more volume and texture. Amp up this style by exploring a dark-rooted blonde balayage.
#76: Romantic Inverted Bob
As one of those typical mid-length layered haircuts, this inverted bob is exquisite. Styling with soft boho waves can create a dimensional effect in your platinum blonde hair. If you plan on flaunting this look, a regular trim every 6-10 weeks is vital to keep your hair healthy without the split ends.
#77: Permed Layers for Mid-Length Hair
This bouncy layered medium-length hair was permed and wrapped in an effortless ringlet style. Her short to long layers and coarse texture made the perfect curly canvas. With perms making a comeback, it’s important to know that you won’t wake up with perfect ringlets or a smooth wave. Curly hair still needs styling and products, whether your curl is natural or permed. Layers will take the weight off and allow your curl to be bouncier and form ringlets.
#78: Feathered Layers for Women Over 50
Many of my clients over 50 love layered haircuts for medium hair. The key to this stunning shoulder-grazing chop lies in its blended layers. They result in a natural-looking movement, giving your mane a bouncier finish. These are the feathered layers for women over 50 that are sure to make you fall in love with your grey locks.
#79: Youthful Layered Cut with Side Bangs
Look smart and confident with a layered cut with side bangs! The length where it stops a few inches below the shoulders will keep the fullness of your straight hair. A deep, dimensional rose gold hue in this long layered bob haircut will give your look a touch of youthfulness.
#80: Conservative Shag With Bangs
Layered haircuts for medium-length hair look even more stylish with bangs. This is a more conservative shag that was cut with a feather plier razor. It has movement and piecey-ness and looks perfectly disheveled! This look was inspired by Amanda Wall, the creative director of R+Co. This look is for the normal to fine-haired woman that has a lot of hair and craves movement and texture. It works great with a fringe and looks best when product is used to define the ends. This look isn’t for hair that has a rough cuticle layer or expands with humidity! This haircut air-dried on slightly wavy hair gives a great beachy, lived-in look. Any face shape can pull this haircut off! The stylist will just need to determine where to start the shortest face-framing layer dependent on your face shape, and whether or not bangs are an option based on style and commitment to upkeep!
#81: Soft-Looking Layered Bob
Here’s a medium-length layered bob haircut, allowing you to rock a textured style. If you always part your mane in the middle, you won’t go wrong with a few face-framing pieces for a softer look. Plus, another reason to love this mid-length hair is its ability to wear it all up or half down.
#82: Feminine Mid-Length Layered Hair
This is a very versatile mid-length layered haircut. With the combo of a middle part and soft waves, the outcome looks voluminous and fuller. Complete the elegance of your locks by painting them with a deep dark hue.
#83: Short to Medium Bob with Layers
A gorgeous short to medium bob with layers is a great way to show off your blonde ombre! What makes this layered bob cut seem perfect is the strong and sharp perimeter around the neck. The short to medium length gives a fuller finish while looking slightly longer.
#84: Wonderful Beachy Waves with Layers
Consider a medium-length cut with long layers and lots of texture around the bottom. I love that you can get that great beachy wave when you style it! The best products for this look are Aveda’s Volumizing Tonic at the roots, Thickening Tonic for your mids and ends, and a lightweight smoothing product like Aveda’s Smooth Infusion styling creme. I like to finish with a lightweight hairspray like Aveda’s Air Control to add weightless texture and hold. The beauty of this layered medium hair cut is that it works on all types of hair! It also looks amazing on almost every face shape as it’s extremely customizable.
#85: Soft Shoulder-Length Cut for Straight Hair
Lots of women love having a shoulder-length cut with layers. It’s such an ideal soft shoulder-length cut for straight hair. Looking great in a brown hair shade, this medium-long hair will suit your fair or pale skin. The Bardot or curtain fringe doesn’t only add style but also frames your best facial features.
Related: Best ways to pair curtain bangs with mid-length hair.
#86: Mature Middle-Parted Textured Lob
Consider a shoulder-length hairstyle like this textured Lob. It has soft, minimal layers and a shaggy texture throughout, but with a beautiful and blunt silhouette. For fine to medium hair, use a volume mist at the roots and a bit of a blow dry cream from the mid-shaft to the end. This adds that little bit of shine we all love and controls frizz. My go-to’s are the Volumist from Davines and Hair Cream from TO112. For medium-length thick hair, use a combination of the TO112 Hair Cream and TO112 Serum, starting at the ends and working your way up. With textured medium layered hairstyles, always finish your look with the Davines Texture Spray to give it a bit of definition and hold.
#87: Textured Mid-Length Layers
Whether you’re a teen or a lady, these textured mid-length layers will look fantastic on you. You can make medium layered haircuts more dramatic by incorporating waves that can provide you with volume and movement. Never let this collarbone-length layered hair grow out while causing distress.
#88: Gorgeous Mid-Length Curled Layers
Try some mid-length layers and curl them with an iron to add some life to your long locks. Adding some layers takes the weight off your long hair and gives you a fuller and sexier hairstyle. Ask your stylist to start your face-framing layers around your chin. Round brush and curl the front pieces away from your face for a modern and beautiful shape.
#89: Medium Shag with No Bangs
A medium-length shag without bangs is a perfect choice for round face shapes and will glam up your long tresses. If you are tired of your long hair laying flat add some layering, shag it out, and create much needed fullness. As an added bonus, mid-length shags can still be pulled up for that workout. Ask your stylist for chin-length layers and you will be happy you did.
#90: Medium Straight Hair with Long Side Bangs and Layers
If you have a round face, try a haircut featuring medium straight hair with long side bangs and layers. The long side-swept bangs draw attention to your eyes and help elongate your round face. Layers are ideal if you have a lot of hair because they remove weight and create movement in your haircut – just talk to your stylist before they start cutting about how short you’d like the layers. Blow-dry layered haircuts for medium hair with an extra-large round brush for a modern, straighter take on a 90’s classic layered style.