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Trendlooks 2016

Hairstyle Focus: Mid-Length Haircuts

Hairstyle Focus: Mid-Length Haircuts
Mid-length is all the rage and on the radar of hairdo trendsetters (runway: Giambattista Valli)
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Mid-length hair is currently all the rage. Neither too long nor too short, the mid-length mane is proving especially practical, stylish and versatile. Among the mid-length cuts is the shoulder touch, one of our trendy looks for 2016. We present this and other mid-length hair hits

  • Short or long is not something to worry about in the near future. Mid-length is now the measure of all things – especially for our hair. What does that look like? You alone decide with your choice of haircut. Depending on how and where the stylist uses the scissors, your look can be edgy, elegant or also extravagant. And depending on how you style your hairdo, you can create any look you want. Today the romantic, tomorrow the athleisure fan (= the chic, sporty look for everyday wear – comprised of athletic and leisure)...

    Its wonderful ability to change is a clear advantage of the mid-length cut. Not to mention that you can find the right look for any type and every taste. The time has come to go halfway – we present today's most beautiful mid-length hairstyles.

  • Mid-Length Haircuts

    Hairstyle Focus: Mid-Length Haircuts

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    Blunt Cut

    Mid-length with extra volume: with ends cut blunt to one length, the fall of the hair is somewhat denser, making it appear more voluminous. This makes the mid-length blunt cut a great option for fine hair. If your hair structure is somewhat thicker, no problem: a layered cut on the sides loosens up the hair for a modern look. An ultra-modern over-length fringe adds extra fullness!

    Hairstyle Focus: Mid-Length Haircuts

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    A-Line Cut

    Plus size icon Ashley Graham is a role model, and not only when it comes to a self-confident body image. The model sets a good example with her haircut as well, and recently shortened her mane to a new mid-length format. She presented the result at the MTV Video Music Awards: an asymmetrically cut bob (long in front, short in back) styled in the cool wet look. Wow!

    Hairstyle Focus: Mid-Length Haircuts

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    Long Bob

    The bob's big brother is very popular among mid-length hairstyles. Reaching to the neck or shoulders, this cut goes with any facial shape from oval to angular. Style du jour: cut the hair in one line and style it with a low, clearly defined side parting for a classy yet cool look. You prefer something less severe and accurate? Slight waves on one side perfectly soften the look

    Hairstyle Focus: Mid-Length Haircuts

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    Clavi Cut

    With this cut the tips of the hair end at clavicle level. Hence the name with the short form 'clavi'. Feathered ends make the hair fall softly across the shoulders. This keeps the hairdo young and modern. A cool hair colour like ice blonde makes it even trendier. Extra tip: a dark hairline is trendy and also adds depth to the hair

    Hairstyle Focus: Mid-Length Haircuts

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    Frayed Cut

    A frayed, layered cut is a good choice for adding texture to mid-length hair. A somewhat wild and undone hairdo is created since there are no clear lines and transitions. Styling is super easy too: all you need is a bit of hair wax to texture the feathery ends and shape them as desired