If you have searched for hairstyles for medium length hair, you may have been a little bit dismayed at the options. Medium length hair, most often categorized as hair that ends from below your ears to just around shoulder length, can be hard to wear well, but with a little effort and consideration, you can find a style that suits you. If your hair has a lot of body, this can be a problem, creating a puffed look. Even a faint hint of curl can give your hair too much body and make it spring up. If your hair is curly or just naturally prone to frizz, you might want to speak with your stylist and see if an undercut is possible. Another way to combat puffiness is to consider a styling product that will not only tame your locks but encourage them to hold gentle waves. Loose waves can be quite attractive on medium length hair; just try to avoid a tight curl, which will make your face seem overly wide.
Hair care is an integral to personal grooming. Proper styling can not only make one look apt for the day (work or at party), it can add to your confidence quotient as well. Although short length hairstyles tend to give a more youthful appearance, one cannot deny the matured-and-composed-attitude projected by long length hairstyles. Hence more and more opt to have long and lustrous hair. Popular long length hairstyles in the 60's and 70's era was to trim them into a combination of long and short layers to create a long shag. It allowed the lady to dress up or dress down depending on the audience she will be meeting at a certain occasion. It was also incredibly easy to go from ruffled to refined look. Even though this hairstyle began to fade after the 70's, it re-emerged in the mid 90's. It is at this time, more and more bold styles were experimented upon.