This next half-dozen looks celebrate the diversity possible with the mid-length haircuts worn today. The base cut keeps the layering confined to the last quarter of the length of the hair, and creates a look that can be
arranged in myriad ways. Here, the hair is parted on the left with volume at the scalp to keep the part line well-concealed, and the fringe is swept up and over off the face, forming an “s” curl that brushes the corner
of the right eye. The main body of the hair is given wave, and allowed a moderate amount of volume as the ends are curled in a random, but predominantly-outward manner. The finished look is casual and appealing to a
large range of tastes. The style appears easily cared for and looks suitable for many occasions, from dressy events to downtime at home.
In the second photo we see how the upsweeping of the fringe area can be taken further, directing the hair up and back away from the face in an arc that adds height and visual interest to the style. With the sides
also directed away from the face in sweeping curves, we create a visually impactful look that has an entirely different attitude than its predecessor. The resulting look is less casual, and more chic, making it perfect
for dressier occasions when you want to look more carefully crafted in your appearance.