25 Mid-Length Blonde Hairstyles To Show Your Stylist Pronto
The beauty of a mid-length haircut can only be attributed to the signature in-betweenness of it. There’s comfort knowing you don’t have to fully commit to one side of the spectrum. We’re all just people pleasers at heart, no? From shoulder-grazing to collarbone-skimming lengths, and from long bobs to ultra-layered locks, these medium blonde hairstyles run the gamut—because being just right doesn’t mean being boring.
Here are 25 mid-length blonde hairstyles to bring to the salon.
Textured Blunt Lob
Not to be dramatic, but the cut of the decade might have to be a blunt lob. Has anyone ever seen a blunt lob and not wanted it? Nope.
Blunt Collarbone Cut
Something about a pinstraight, super sassy short cut always leaves us wanting to get a venti Starbucks latte and then proceed to take over the world.
Vintage Curtain Bangs
Bardot bangs? Don’t mind if we do.
Soft Shoulder Cut
If this isn’t the prettiest soft cut you ever did see. Keep the layers long and blowdry into perfection.
Nothing brings out the party for a curly girl like a head full of layers. It helps avoid the dreaded triangle-shaped cut.
Soft Layered Waves
We’ll be riding these waves all year long. Ask for long layers and invest in a lightweight hairspray.
Long Curtained Cut
Caution: Seeing this haircut might result in making a spontaneous hair appointment. Can’t go wrong with curtain bangs.
Give your signature lob a fresh new update by shortening it in the back and letting the front pieces fall into a flattering angle.
Blunt Shoulder Cut
If you’re too afraid to make a big chop, a shoulder-skimming blunt cut makes the perfect baby step into long bob territory.
Shaggy Mid-Length Cut
Things we’re grateful for: puppies, hot biscuits, and the fact that shag haircuts never really went out of style.
Layered Curly Lob
Put the pep back into your step with a volume-packed curly haircut like this ultra-layered lob.
A-Line Shoulder Cut
Getting an angled haircut will be the chicest thing you do all year, unless you’re Miranda Priestley.
Windswept Mid-Length Cut
If you’re more airy and carefree than stuffy and uptight, go for a windswept medium hairstyle that’s packed full of layers and texture.
Deep Side-Part Lob
If you want to update your haircut, try switching to a deep side part. You’ll instantly feel refreshed and ready to take names.
Short Sideswept Bangs
You heard it here first: Baby side-swept bangs are officially back from the graveyard of early 2000s broken dreams. And we’re not mad about it.
Face-Framing Medium Cut
Show off that bone structure with a flattering face-framing cut—because who doesn’t want to make those cheekbones pop, hm?
Balayaged Blonde Curls
Sometimes all you need is a little brightened-up blonde color to give your curls a jolt of newfound energy.
Textured Straight Cut
Taking it back to a classic. Straight can be just as fun as curly if you make sure to pump up the volume and texture.
Long Sideswept Bangs
These bangs are giving us major Avril Lavigne vibes—but in a good way. If you’re looking to add some flair without taking off too much length, this one has got it going on.
Curls basically do the work for you, as long as you get them there with help from layers and a sassy short length.
Rooty Face-Framing Cut
You’ll love dressing up this haircut with a slightly teased half-up style, mark our words. Leave out two face-framing pieces to complement your cheekbones.
If you’re more of a low-key kind of gal, ask for low-maintenance layers to add just a bit of movement to mid-length hair.
Textured Blonde Ponytail
So maybe this one isn’t a cut—but a medium-length hairstyle happens to be just perfect for a textured ponytail look. Agreed?
Classic Medium Length
Or just forgo the layers altogether. It won’t get any more low maintenance than a layerless cut.
Angled Collarbone Cut
Just one more angled cut to convince you that all one length is so yesterday.