Medium length is the most common, particularly when it comes to thin hair, and even if you want your hair to be much longer, you can build lots of cool hairstyles. These are very flexible, like loose styles with braiding, twists or ponytails based on bob haircut and different udos. Opt for a bob cut that looks fantastic straight with teasing at the roots or curly if you don’t know how to style your fine hair. When you are always on the move, improved texture and a sloppy touch will save you.
Collarbone Bob Hairstyle
Collarbone bobs are simple medium-length hairstyles that look very chic for thin hair. When styled straight, nearly uni-length, it’s sure to reduce your morning grooming routine and give you a ‘look’ signature. Using Balayage to play up the dimension aspect of this cut.
Blonde Messy Lob Hairstyle
Thin hair, when styled, looks fuller. Do this by backcombing the hair from the ends upwards and even teasing the crown. Balayage or ombre coloring matches this lob well if you’re into this aesthetic.
Messy Updo Hairstyle
For a fun look that also adds length, finger comb your hair back into a messy bun or ponytail. The Messy look is really “in” right now, and if you’re in between color appointments or rising your locks, it’s a perfect choice.
Headband Twist Hairstyle
On the basis of a layered collarbone bob, this terrific serene look is established. It can serve both a decorative and a functional role, keeping your long bangs off the forehead and serving the zest of this beautiful eye-catching style for straight thin hair, something as simple as a headband twist.
Braided Pompadour Hairstyle
Cute hair often doesn’t have to go through a cut-think of innovative ways to style your locks instead. A braided pompadour is often lovely for finer hair. Get inspired by childhood French braids and braid only the top section of your hair, adding a volume kick while the rest flows freely.
A sexy and fun alternative to more traditional blonde shades is champagne blonde hair. Note that your color option can really make or break a look when you’re looking for medium length hairstyles for thin hair.
Shaggy Lob Hairstyle
For most females with fine hair, a shoulder-length choppy lob looks cute. The midshaft waves have a beachy feel, and relaxed and fuss-free styling is provided by the side section and peek-a-boo bangs. The golden blonde highlights and the light brown base color are enhanced by the piece-y waves.
White Blonde Shaggy Bob
A split, shaggy bob is a perfect alternative for thin hair and medium length hairstyles. It has a distinctly summery look that is carefree and simple to handle, thanks to the vivid, bleachy blonde color and the waves. The hairstyle barely reaches the shoulders and can be split in the middle or sideways.
Feathered Layers Medium Cut
Opt for a feathered cut as you grow your fine hair from a short to medium length. On straight hair, this piece-y feathery cut looks perfect. Golden blonde balisage adds an extra special, almost mystical, touch to the slightly flipped up ends.
Golden Blonde Bob Hairstyle
If a curl does not keep your fine, straight hair, consider cutting it into a style with a side or center part and long, feathered bangs that frame the face. The shoulder-length cut is one of the classic choices for thin hair in medium hair styles, and an additional layer of appeal is applied to the brightening blonde balayage.