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11 Medium Hairstyles for Fine Hair

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So you’ve got fine hair. You’ve always envied those girls with all that long, thick, amazing hair, right? Well envy no more my fine haired foxes.

We’ve compiled some of our absolute favorite medium hairstyles for fine hair that will complement your locks and help you ditch those clip-in extensions!

1. Big and Full of Body

Adding body to fine hair can prove to be difficult at times. But with the right products and a few easy steps, you can create plenty of volume!

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How To Style:

Begin by spraying a root boosting spray at your roots on wet hair after you wash it.
Use a round brush to blow dry your hair smooth. Place Velcro rollers over your part, then allow them to cool and set while you dry the rest of your hair.
Use a large curling iron to curl sections of hair.
If more volume is desired, use a back combing brush and backcomb the hair at your roots.
Spray all over with a light hold finishing spray.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

If you have a new haircut or some new bangs, this is the perfect style to show them off! This look is fabulous for those who have a square shaped face as the curls will soften any sharp features.

Recommended Products:

One of my favorite root boosting sprays is Thickening Spray by Bumble and Bumble. It’s light and you can use as much as you need. It’s impossible to overuse!

Tips:

If you have never used Velcro rollers, you’re missing out! They are so simple and create a ton of volume. In my opinion, you are at an advantage if you put them in a section right after you have blown it dry and then let your hair cool with them in. Remove the rollers after 15 or so minutes for fabulous hair!

2. Curled Up and Extra Glam

There are curls and then there are GLAM curls. This look is more than just your ordinary, everyday set of curls!

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How To Style:

Part your hair as desired, then use a 1-inch curling iron and curl small sections of your hair.
Gently run your fingers through the curls to separate them a bit, but not too much to where they start to look too relaxed.
Spray everything with a light hold finishing spray.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

Your fine hair will look fabulous curled like this. The small, even curls make this look extra glamorous and chic. A square face shape will be complemented by this look.

Recommended Products:

Do you have trouble getting curls to stay in your fine textured hair? Try spraying a bit of Bumble and Bumble’s Spray de Mode in each section before you curl it. It should help the curls stay longer!

3. Sleek and Sassy

This look is so relaxed and it’s a super easy look for my medium fine haired ladies to pull off. With almost no work at all, you can easily rock this sleek and sassy style.

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How To Style:

Begin by round brushing wet hair. Use a medium-sized boar bristle round brush as you blow dry.
Apply a shine serum to the ends of your hair.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

This style is perfect if you have an a-line haircut with longer layers. Straight or wavy fine hair will work for this look. A round face shape will be complemented by this look.

Recommended Products:

If you have super straight hair, applying a mousse or root boosting spray will be helpful. If your fine hair is wavy or curly, apply a smoothing cream or serum (like Super Skinny Serum by Paul Mitchell) to your locks before you dry.

Tips:

A boar bristle round brush is great for smoothing hair and making it appear soft and shiny.

4. Twisted Tresses

This funky fun look will keep your fine locks out of your face without having to compromise on style! This style looks intricate and sophisticated, but in reality is incredibly easy to recreate.

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How To Style:

Begin with dry hair. Take a small section of hair (about two inches in width) and twist it so that it reaches the back/middle of your head.
Gather the rest of your hair into a ponytail, being sure to include the section you just twisted.
Use a very small curling iron to curl small sections of the ponytail.
Take the ponytail hair section by section and pin each one to your head so that it hides the ponytail holder.
Spray everything with a light hold finishing spray.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

If you have straight and fine hair, this look is a great option for you. It will keep your hair out of your face all day. A round or oval face shape will be complemented by this look.

Recommended Products:

If your hair has a lot of flyaways and you have trouble keeping it secured back in a ponytail, use a dab of gel or smoothing cream before you pull it back into a ponytail. I love Super Goo by Kevin Murphy!

Tips:

If you have curly hair naturally, no curling iron needed! Simply pin up sections of your already curly hair.

5. Easy Breezy

There is yet another great way to keep your hair out of your face without compromising on the fabulous factor! This look includes a fun little headband which is perfect for those extra short layers or fringe around your face that fall out of a ponytail and drive you nuts.

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How To Style:

Use a back combing brush to create a “bump” in the crown area of your head.
Gather hair into a loose ponytail in the back/middle of your head.
Use bobby pins or a clip to pin up sections of the ponytail so that they look a bit imperfect. No need to spend too much time or energy on this step!
Use a tight headband and place it so it’s holding your hair back and sitting right behind your ears.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

Extra fine hair will work incredibly well for this look. This style allows your hair to look voluminous and thick because it’s pulled back, creating the illusion of your hair being thicker and fuller. A oval or round face shape will work well for this style.

Recommended Products:

A little texture cream would be a fun addition to this style. Rub a tiny bit between your fingers and then apply it to the ends of the pieces of hair that you have pinned to your head.

6. The Side Winder

Secure your hair to the side for a dramatic look that is sure to have all eyes on you!

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How To Style:

Part hair deeply to one side and then style your bangs as desired.
Curl sections of hair using a small curling iron.
Gather hair to one side and use bobby pins to hold it in place. Be sure to hide the bobby pins underneath hair and use sections of hair to cover the bobby pins.
Spray everything with a light hold finishing spray.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

This look is ideal if you have some layers and a heavy side fringe. A round face shape will be extremely fitting for this look!

Recommended Products:

Use a finishing spray like Session Spray by Kevin Murphy to ensure that your side ‘do stays put.

7. Two Pony Twister

Here’s a fun, fancy look that seems far more complex than it actually is! Impress everyone with your trendy, fine-haired masterpiece!

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How To Style:

Use a back combing brush to create body over the center/top section of your scalp.
Secure the top half of your hair back using a ponytail holder, being sure to leave the top section of your hair “poofed” on top of your head. Leave out a few pieces around your face if desired.
Secure the rest of your hair back using a ponytail holder. This section of hair should be pulled back right below the top section.
Gather pieces of the two ponytails you have created and secure them to your head using bobby pins. Be sure that the pinned sections hide the ponytail holders.
Use a bit of texture cream on the ends of your hair to give the pieces a “piecier”, edgy feel.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

For this look, hair that’s a bit on the longer side with less layers is ideal. The more hair you have in the ponytails, the better. An oval face shape will work well for this fun style.

Recommended Products:

Brilliantine Styling Cream by Bumble and Bumble is so perfect for this look. Rub a tiny amount in between your fingers and apply it to the ends of your hair.

Tips:

Don’t overthink this style. It should be a bit messy and funky!

8. Supremely Sweet

A smoothed and simple style is sometimes all it takes to show off your fine, medium length hair! This is a timeless classic that will never get old.

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How To Style:

Begin with wet hair and apply a styling mousse to the roots.
Use a medium-sized boar bristle brush to round brush each section.
Add a shine spray or serum to the ends of your hair.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

If you have fine hair that’s layered around your face, give this look a try! This style is fitting for a square face shape.

Recommended Products:

Paul Mitchell Sculpting Foam is a great way to add body and volume at your roots. Add it to wet hair for a little extra oomph at your roots.

Tips:

Don’t skimp on a round brush! It’s a very important styling tool and if you have the right one it can make all the difference. I love Ibiza brushes. They are well made and last forever!

9. Easy Elegance

This style is an absolute classic and is one of the most versatile styles out there. Nearly anyone can pull off this look!

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How To Style:

Part hair to the side.
Use a gel or smoothing serum to smooth hair and secure it back into a tight, low ponytail. Secure with a ponytail holder.
Twist the hair in the ponytail and then wrap it around the ponytail holder. Secure with bobby pins.
Spray with a strong hold finishing spray.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

Any type of hair is perfect for this look! It’s incredibly versatile. An oval or heart shaped face will be complemented by this look.

Recommended Products:

I love Gel by Bumble and Bumble. It will definitely keep your ponytail in place and will add a ton of shine. Don’t overdo it though! A little goes a long way. Start with a small amount, comb it through your hair, then you can add more if needed.

10. Lightly Tousled

This look seems so relaxed and laid back. It’s no wonder easy, breezy hair is all the rage! You can’t go wrong with this simple yet stylish look.

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How To Style:

Begin by spraying thickening spray at the roots of just washed hair.
Use a round brush to blow dry sections of hair.
Use a curling iron to subtly bend the ends of your hair.
Apply a shine or smoothing serum to the ends of your hair.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

I love this look if you have fine hair that has a bit of natural wave. It will help to give the look more texture and movement. If you have a round face shape, this look is for you!

Recommended Products:

I absolutely adore Body Mass Spray by Kevin Murphy. It smells fabulous and you can’t use too much! It’s a must have for fine haired girls.

11. Middle Parted Miss

A middle part with accented layers is a fabulous way to show off your new hair color or simply to frame your beautiful face! Middle parts are a fun way to change up your everyday style.

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How To Style:

Part wet hair down the middle and apply a root boosting spray at your roots.
Begin blow drying hair using a medium-sized round brush.
When hair is dry, use a large curling iron to add a bend to the ends of each layer.
Apply a smoothing serum to your hair from mid-shaft to ends.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

This look is ideal if you have layers that begin at your chin. As I mentioned above, it’s a fun way to bring attention to your new hair color, or even some fun accessories or new eye shadow color. A round face shape will be complemented by this look.

Recommended Products:

Try using Moroccan Oil as a smoothing aid after you have styled your hair. Use only a little bit — you don’t need much of this great product!

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