is the key to keeping this hairstyle looking fresh and a stylist
should be able to add light layering without sacrificing any
of the feminine qualities of the cut. The part can be made either
in the middle or on the side, depending on the personal preference
of the woman. The flip at the end is easily achieved with a standard
hair straightener or by simply making light finger curls while
using a blow dryer. Throughout the years, the mid length bob
has remained in the spotlight, being worn by everyone from Jackie
Onassis to Winona Rider.
style that has been steadily growing in popularity is a basic
flat mid length cut that is swept across the face with a side
part. With more femininity than the bob, this cut is more suited
to women with thin hair that don't want to deal with the daily
hassle of trying to add volume. Instead, the straight styling
and long fringe add a glamorous appeal that can be worn on a
daily basis. While the most popular color choice for this style
is blond, it can also be used by brunettes and redheads. The
ends should be cut with a razor to give them a jagged edge that
complements the asymmetrical part well. Upkeep for this hairstyle
is quite simple, with only a little bit of hairspray or mousse
needed, and most women will spend less than thirty minutes each
morning getting ready. Regular monthly trims from the stylist
will keep the cut looking fresh.
Having mid length hair is not
a question of rapidly changing styles or appearing out of date.
By finding a comfortable and timeless medium style, a woman will
be able to stop worrying about the maddening rush of trends and
focus on the hairstyle that makes her happy. The popularity of
simplicity is certainly not a passing fad and the continued use
of these hairstyles attest to their longevity.