Boys' Medium Hairstyles

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Boys' Medium Hairstyles
Medium-length boy hair has more style potential than shorter cut hair. (feeling boy image by Andrey Starostin from Fotolia.com)

Medium-length hair for boys offers a wide range of style versatility without the stereotype of having long hair or the one-way street that is closely cut hair. Medium hair length for boys takes advantage of modern styling techniques and hair products to create a look that is appropriate for formal occasions, as well as outdoor activity.

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Layered Medium Cut

Hair in this style is layered all around between one and two inches with side hair length a little shorter than what is left on top. This allows for a windswept look for medium-length boy hair. According to the website for Hair Style Cut, the layered look for boys' hair is very versatile and looks good even when the hair is messed up or left without styling product or combing.

The Rockabilly

Hair length falls to the neck with these well-orchestrated looks for medium-length hair. Smooth lines with hair combed close to the boy's head on the sides gives the top portion an appearance of volume. The style can be worn blown out and pushed back for a more whimsical approach or it functions just as well with a defined part, combed to one side of the head. Bangs are cut shorter to keep the hair away from the eyes.

The New Dandy

The new dandy look can often be closely associated with modern emo-style cuts because of its longer fringe and downward hanging appearance. Outside of the style's longer fringe, the rest of the hair is cut all the same length. Hair can either be sprayed down and worn sweeping across the brow or styled upward for a more playful going-out appearance. This look may be more appropriate for boys approaching the teenage years.

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