#1: Light Layers and Side-Swept Bangs in Mid-Length Hairstyle for Thin Hair
Stylist Kelly cut light layers onto thin medium hair for a full-volume package. Opt for a deep side part and long curtain bangs to style medium-length cuts for fine hair and bring out an illusion of added height to the crown area.
Related: More medium-length hairstyles with curtain fringe.
#2: Sleek Long Inverted Bob with Dark, Fine Hair
Make the most out of your thin straight hair by going with a mid-length inverted bob cut plus a simple brunette balayage that goes with the season! Medium inverted haircuts with a sleek texture like this make a stunning hairstyle for fine hair. The asymmetrical cut makes it easier to maintain without making it less stylish.
#3: Feminine Mid-Length Curly Hair
This mid-length curly hair is very soft and feminine. With this collarbone length, you have two options: going for a longer bob where it’s shorter in the back, longer in the front (A-line perimeter), or the opposite, longer in the back and shorter around the face.
Curly, wavy medium-length hair always craves moisture! It needs good organic, botanical water-based products meaning when women choose a shampoo, conditioning cleanser, gel, or cream. It’s important to see first if the ingredient has water! If it starts with oil or silicone – don’t buy it. It will dry your hair long-term. Using too many oils on your hair is not recommended because it coats around your hair shaft and prevents moisture from penetrating.
#4: Bright Blonde Subtle Texture
Reimagine your naturally dark blonde hair with subtle texture and a splash of bright blonde color. If you’re going for a simple wash-and-go look, or just want to make your blonde shade sparkle, this specific cut and color combo is one of the easiest solutions you’ll find. The wispier and shaggier your cut, the less effort you’ll need to keep it styled and maintained – especially if you leave a tiny bit of natural color at your roots.
#5: Blonde Balayage Blowout
A common request in a salon experience is a blonde balayage blowout. Based on the parting, it can open up your features or give the illusion of fullness. During the consultation, ask for dimension. Use your natural color and placements that compliment how you wear your hair.
#6: Cute Layered Brunette with Wispy Fringe
Ask for a layered brunette combined with a wispy fringe so you can enhance your fine hair while keeping your length. One of the best ways to give volume to your long hair is by adding layers. Ask your stylist to give you a long shaggy cut with wispy bangs.
#7: Choppy Blonde Hair with Dark Roots
Growing out an all-over blonde can look grungy or lived in. Be aware of all the styles you’d like so you are confident in what you ask for. Choppy blonde hair with dark roots, for example, is a modern style that is easy to manage. Especially on straight to wavy textures.
#8: Mid-Length Layered Hair for Added Volume
Long layers are a great option for medium-length hairstyles for fine hair because the additional layering removes your hair’s natural weight, which allows it to be more airy and fuller looking.
#9: Short Layers and Face-Framing Highlights for Fine Hair
This updated version of a long graduated bob with textured layers and a fresh balayage gives this shoulder-length hair a modern approach to an old classic. When considering medium-length hairstyles for fine hair, you can add side bangs to flatter your face shape. You may need to add a new product to your regimen or curling iron to help achieve your end results. Sitting in the chair while the service is being performed is the perfect time to ask your stylist for a quick tutorial on styling your new hairdo.
#10: Modern Long Angled Bob with Curled Ends
A long angled bob with curled ends is a great style to modernize the bob, especially for women with finer hair. The length being longer as it flows over the shoulders creates an angled shape that keeps fullness in your bob but brings it up to date. For days when you want some extra styling, try curling the ends to give some texture and extra fullness to your new bob.
#11: Medium Braided Pompadour Hairstyle
A medium braided pompadour hairstyle creates a sophisticated look and can be a great option for humid days. This elaborate hairstyle features one huge braid and a low bun, which make an excellent hairdo for various social events.
#12: Sophisticated Medium Cut with V-Cut Layers
Try a medium cut with v-cut layers if you would like to change the style of your long hair without chopping it off. The v-taper adds interest and would work best on straighter hair. This style will require trims every 8-10 weeks to keep it looking fresh.
#13: Messy Updo for a Medium Cut
A messy updo for medium-cut hair is the go-to hairdo if you want to rock your prom. Styling this hairdo involves curling your hair with a curling iron before putting it up. Once you have those curls, it’s easier for you to twist them and pin them all in for a tousled romantic style.
#14: Modern Mid-Length Shaggy Bob
A modern mid-length shaggy bob is all the rage. A shag haircut has lots of layers and looks fantastic, but make sure you are ready to take that plunge. This style works well on either curly hair or straight hair. If you’re going for minimal work for a natural-looking finish this might be the cut suited for you.
#15: Jennifer Aniston’s Medium Face-Framing Cut for Straight Hair
Jennifer Aniston’s medium face-framing cut for straight hair exudes elegance. This cut is achievable with a little help from leave-in conditioners. These conditioners offer thermal protection. It ensures more durability for styling while shielding your hair from unwanted hair damage.
#16: Soft Feathery Cut for Medium-Length Hair
A feathery cut for medium-length hair gives major 80s vibes. Face-framing layers with a round brush style give the appropriate fullness and softness to truly accentuate the face shape.
#17: Waves on Blunt Lob for Women Over 40
When it comes to finding cute shoulder-length hairstyles and cuts for fine hair, a one-length blunt cut like this is a great option. It helps frame your face and accentuates your bone structure. Style with waves plus contrasting highlights, and you’ll totally get lots of movement when wearing blunt medium-length haircuts for thin hair.
Related: See more haircuts for ladies over 40 with fine hair.
#18: Trendy Wavy Mid-Length Lob Haircut for Thin Hair
Ease into a short cut by cutting your thin hair mid-length and go for the modern wave hairstyle for a really versatile look. With these medium-length angelic waves, you’ll experience the best of both worlds. The platinum style is sure to match razored ends, resulting in a more textured look.
#19: Collarbone-Length Edgy Razor Cut
A collarbone-length edgy razor cut is super trendy. The frayed cut in medium hair makes women with thinning hair look more modern and gives a light volume to your hair.
Related: The best collarbone-length hairstyles.
#20: Brown Choppy Lob with Medium-Length Layers and Highlights
Featuring chocolate chestnut hair, this shoulder-length cut is very easy and effective in giving your mane beautiful depth. The layered ends create a trendy choppy lob style that adds a soft edge for women with fine, brown hair.
#21: Cute Cut for Straight Fine Hair
A cute cut for straight fine hair is effortlessly chic. A sleek lob is a great medium-length hairstyle for women with thin hair. Make sure to use a heat protectant on your hair before flat ironing and some serum to tame flyaways and to increase shine.
#22: Effortless Collarbone-Length Shaggy Cut
When it comes to medium haircuts for thin hair, you can’t go wrong with a shag! This cut is back and modernized with sexy layers and blunt ends, creating the perfect shaggy medium-length hairstyles for fine-haired gals. Pair it with blonde hair color, and it will look chic. When styling, apply a mousse to your damp hair for a better-tousled result.
#23: Tousled Medium-Length Haircut for Fine Hair
Join “Team Tousled” with this gorgeous example of medium-layered haircuts for thin hair and give new life to your hair. The combination of waves and highlights makes such a chic and eye-catching style for medium-layered hair.
#24: Medium-Length Bangs
Medium-length bangs were popular in the early 90s and have made their comeback. Medium-length bob paired with mid-length bangs brushes right below the collarbone. Great for square-shaped faces with no layers and textured ends to soften the line.
#25: Perfect Long Bob for Black Women
A lob is a sleek and simpler choice for medium hairstyles for thin hair over long braids for easy upkeep. It suits black women the most! Shoulder-length hairstyles for fine hair are sassy and go well with round small faces, especially when styled with a center part.
#26: Messy Choppy Layers for Mid-Length Hair
Messy choppy layers for mid-length hair are a wise choice. Medium-length hairstyles for fine hair create added volume and dimension. To achieve this, throw in layers by incorporating razor cut and slice out those ends to create movement. Layer it up from your cheekbones down and add some petals around to frame your face well.
#27: Modern Choppy Hair Cut for Finer Hair
A really cool shade to pair with a mid-length choppy haircut for finer hair is an atomic blonde for a solid definition. The messy layers and loose waves give an edgy vibe and make it so cute and very easy to style. With the shape of medium-length layered haircuts, you can’t really go wrong. It almost fits every face shape. Depending on your face shape, you may have to adjust some details (length, fringe, etc.).
The best hair type for the messy lob is fine to medium thick hair. A wavy base would be even more perfect. For blowdrying, use a thickening pre-style spray just to give your hair some strength and that bit of fullness. When it’s dry use a GHD Platinum Styler for adding some waves if needed. To finish it off, use a styling serum for definition and control.
#28: Easy Layered Cut for Round Faces
An easy layered cut for round faces is fit paired with medium-length hairstyles for thin hair. Finer hair tends to lay flat on a round face, adding more width, and complementing each other quite well. Medium layered haircuts change the all in all appearance without being too drastic.
#29: Long Messy Bob with Choppy Layers for Mid-Length Hair
This medium-length hairstyle for fine hair has multi-dimensional tones that really pop with the shattered, choppy layers. You can easily dress this up or down depending on your mood. No matter how you style this cut, it looks effortlessly chic.
Medium-length haircuts for thin hair are perfect for any fast-paced, get-up-and-go trendsetter. A classic silhouette with an edge is very easy to style. Using any texturizing products (putty, dry texturizing spray, even your favorite dry shampoo!), a quick tousle, and you’re ready to go. Most hair textures can carry this style with the proper personalization and products.
#30: Low-Maintenance Cut for Medium Fine Hair
This low-maintenance cut for medium, fine hair is a slightly triangular, textured long bob with long layers and a soft perimeter.
This haircut is for women with longer hair, who are looking for a change but aren’t willing to go short-short. The shape lands right past the awkward length where your hair starts flipping at your shoulder, so there really isn’t an awkward moment if you decide to grow it out again. You are still able to put it into a ponytail or bun. When styling medium hairstyles for fine hair, it should look great air-dried with some styling cream, blown out straight with smoothing spray, or styled with beachy waves using texture spray to finish.
#31: Versatile Medium A-Line Bob for Oval Faces
This shoulder-length hairstyle for fine hair is an A-line bob haircut parted to one side to create volume on the roots. This cut has so much movement and several styling options. It can be worn with natural curls/waves, styled straight, or curled with an iron. And this length will still go up for those women who need their hair out of their faces at times.
If you’re considering this hairdo, go for it! It’s so versatile. It can be styled in many different ways to be worn to look professional, fun, sexy, casual, etc. Plus, it’s flattering on every face shape. Depending on hair texture and look (natural curly, vs. straight, etc), like most looks, you’ll need to use some products and tools.
#32: Sweet Layered Shoulder-Length Bob
This is a layered shoulder-length bob that’s easy to recreate at home. Shoulder-length haircuts for fine hair like this are perfect for women who cannot come in for routine touch-ups every 4-6 weeks.
I believe this style is the “power cut” for all the badass women who are always on the go! No more daily fights with long blow drys, curling irons, and tons of product for your fine locks and shoulder-length haircuts!
#33: Extra Long Straight Bob with a Middle Part
If you have medium-length fine hair and are looking for a wow factor try a middle part on a extra long straight bob. Straight hair reflects the light and is quite dramatic. Wearing your hair blunt is a great way to make it appear thicker. This style is low-maintenance and easy to care for.
#34: Straight Face-Framing Layers with Bangs
If you’re ready to modernize your medium hair, try straight face-framing layers with bangs. Face-framing layers and bangs add a super amount of style to medium hair, without sacrificing length. Ask your stylist to angle the front starting at the chin and working down to the length. A long bang is a great addition and can be worn straight or brushed to the side. A face frame is an ideal choice to change up your style and still have gorgeous mid-length hair.
Related: See more haircuts with bangs for thin hair.