Flaunt These 20 Medium Hairstyles For Summer
There’s something about summer that makes all of us shine a little brighter than usual. We get excited for the promise of graduations, vacations, and more! Changing your hairstyle for the season is only natural. Our blondes get brighter, chocolates get a touch of toffee and our styles become more natural and effortless. Whether you’re looking to change the color on an existing mid-length style, or simply a new way to update your cut for the season, I’ve got you covered with these medium hairstyles for summer!
- Apply appropriate working product. For fine hair use a volumizer and for thicker hair use a smoothing lotion.
- Wrap dry hair (moving from left to right following the natural shape of the head) with a paddle brush.
- Once hair is roughly 75% dry, start taking vertical partings and blow dry hair towards the face.
- If hair your is thicker and rougher in texture, use a flat iron to smooth out the style.
- Apply a working styling product onto clean, damp hair.
- Use a paddle brush and work your hair from left to right as you remove the moisture from your hair.
- As the hair becomes dry start, to work the hair towards your face on both sides.
- Shake hair into place once dry and apply a texture product throughout.
- Apply favorite styling cream to damp hair.
- Separate fringe and secure the rest in a clip.
- With a paddle brush, blow dry fringe from left to right and once underneath.
- Taking vertical partings, blow dry hair towards the face.
NATURAL TOFFEE CURLS
- Apply curl cream to damp hair.
- Scrunch product throughout the length and ends.
- Piece out a few tendrils around the face, twirling your fingers around your hair.
- Allow to air dry.
HONEY BLONDE BEACH WAVES
- Apply styling cream to damp hair.
- Separate fringe and clip remaining hair.
- Wrap dry fringe with brush of choice.
- When hair is 50% dry, start taking vertical partings and use a medium-sized round brush to finish drying.
- Over direct the hair towards your face and wind hair around the brush, blow drying the length as you wind the hair.
- Allowing the section of hair to cool down for a few seconds then unwind the hair away from your face.
- Continue working your way around your head until you can no longer reach, then start on opposite side repeating, steps 5 and 6.
- Spray texture spray for separation.
- Apply blow dry cream to damp hair.
- Blow dry hair using the wrap dry method mentioned earlier with a paddle brush.
- Once hair is dry, apply a small amount of oil throughout length and ends.
- With a large barrel curling iron, take large sections (about four) and curl hair about ten seconds per section. This will create just the right amount of bend and not too much curl.
- On clean damp hair, use a paddle brush to blow dry your hair thoroughly .
- Apply a small amount of oil throughout length and ends.
- Curl vertical sections, pivoting around your head, with a medium-sized curling iron.
- Once complete, break up the curls with your fingers, unwinding and separating the curls to loosen them up.
- Finish hair off with a light hairspray to keep your curls all day long and touchably soft.