Same Haircut Different Styles
Fine Texture Medium Length Hairstyles
By Paola on 18 June 2009
Have you ever wondered what your new haircut would look like styled in different ways? In this day and age, and with so many new products and styling tools available on the market, you're not limited to one way of styling a new haircut. There are several ways you can style your hair at home, or in the comfort of a professional stylist, and TheHairStyler.com has made it that little bit easier for you by showing you how simple it is to see yourself with the same haircut, but in all different ways.
This month we have chosen to look at fine texture, medium length hair types to prove that just because you have fine hair doesn't mean that you can't do your hair in many different ways.
The Cut: Fine Texture Medium Length Hair
If you have stunning fine tresses, then this creative haircut is for you! The length has been cut around the shoulders and strong angled layers have been cut around the mid-lengths and cascaded down to the ends to give fine hair a softer, fuller shape without adding too much work when styling. Soft face framing layers have also been cut to add height but mostly shape to the face, making this style perfect for longer face shapes.
This seductive upstyle is just the look for a night out on the town. The hair has been teased up high and pinned back leaving the long bangs and long tresses out to create a softer look around the face.
With Short Bangs
This style is a simple wash-and-wear 'do and is perfect for people with fine, naturally straight hair. Adding short bangs will give this look a little flair and is the perfect look for an office meeting or a casual dinner out.
Curls will give fine hair a little more bounce and they are definitely a great look this season. If you have naturally fine curly hair, this is a great wash-and-wear look. All you need to do is just flip, mess and away you go!
If you love a little extra volume, waves are the way to go. The flick of a large curling iron is all you need to re-create this look, and flipping the bangs back will add volume and width around the face.