10. Waterfall Braids
These braids keep your hair out of your face, making that awkward growing stage easy to deal with. They look cute, but can also look sophisticated. They pair well with denim and flowing clothes. Add some flowers for a more bohemian look.
9. Fake Fringe
If you have enough hair to pull it off, a fake fringe is a great hairstyle that lets you enjoy shorter hair, but also puts all your mid-length hair to good use. This is a great look for date night.
8. Side Swept With Decorations
Mid length hair tends to look amazing when you sweep it all to one side. Put some texture in and hang a few beads or add some hair jewelery. You can even tie items into you hair for the ultimate fun and free look.
7. Beach Texture
Mix sea salt and water into a spray bottle before applying to your hair. Squirt and scrunch with a towel to get that beach look. This style also works well if you spritz lightly before walking out the door on a hot day.
6. Half Ponytails
Keep your hair out of your face but let it fall around your shoulders with a half ponytail. Make it look a little more professional by making it a half bun, or have fun with the texture. This is a perfect style for nights that need a light sweater.
5. Straight And Pulled Back
Leave the hair completely straight but pull parts of it back with bobby pins. Cross them over each other for better hold. Try and match the colors to your hair, or use the bobby pins to make a small statement.
4. Small Twin Tails
Twin tails or ponytails are super cute, they also work really well with mid length hair. Tease the ends a bit to make them super fluffy, or smooth them down for a much simpler look. These work great with flannel shirts and shorts.
3. Half Curled
Start curling below your ears, making sure to keep the curls at the same height all the way around your head. This is a fun style that runs very little risk of burning yourself when you are attempting it. You can pull the curls back into a quick ponytail or leave them loose.
Twist your hair around itself for a fun style that anyone can do. Loop them up with bobby pins or tie them off with small bands. Try not to do your whole head, but allow them to add flair to your normal hair.
1. Cascading Buns
Pull some of your hair into a bun and secure it with a ponytail holder. Then pull the rest of your hair back and arrange it around the bun so it cascades down and around. This looks different at every length, but can be very beautiful or super playful.