Medium length blonde highlighted hair styles
Medium hairstyles are versatile and just about universally flattering. Blonde, highlighted hair is reminiscent of a California beach babe. Often, you lighten your hair for summer and darken it for winter.
If you want to get your hair highlighted blonde for summer, strategically place them on the top and front of your hair so that it appears natural, and flatters your medium-length hairstyle.
A textured hair style, that just touches your shoulder, with textured and razored layers and fringe looks lovely with blonde, shiny hair. The layers should concentrate towards the front of your hair, and frame your face. Bangs that sweep slightly to the side also frame the top of your face. Make sure that there are enough layers on the top of your hair so that it has enough volume. If your hair isn't straight, use a flat iron to straighten your hair and add shine. Use an anti-frizz serum on your hair once you're done.
Bob hairstyles are classic and stylish. There are many different types of bobs to choose from, including the standard bob with fringe and an angled bob. A straight, angled bob, in which your hair is shorter in the back that angles to the front, which is longer, is perfect for blonde, highlighted hair. This style works best with straight hair, but if your hair is wavy or curly, you can straighten it with a flat iron. Add a headband as well if you like.
Shoulder-length hair is versatile as you can wear it up or down quite easily. If you have highlighted blonde hair, consider a shoulder-length hair style with lots of layers and full fringe that are worn to the side. This hair style looks great with both wavy or straight hair. It will take some time to style each day. With this look, cluster many of the light, blonde highlights all around the front of the hair. Add depth by also interweaving highlights of honey blonde highlights around the light blonde.