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Stylish Updos For Medium Hair

Women have a plethora of hairdos and styles to choose from – it’s practically endless! That’s the reason finding the right hairstyle can be really rewarding. The joy of discovering that we have found just the perfect hairdo can take us instantly to cloud 9. Also, the multitude of factors that we girls have to consider before opting for a hairdo can get tiring. Depending on whether our tresses are long, short or medium, and whether they are thick or sparse, we have to pick the hairdo that can aptly accentuate our features and complement our style statement.

Medium hair has its own perks and negatives at the same time. While some hairdos look elegant only with long hair, medium length can be styled in a more innovative and casual fashion. When it comes to updos, tresses of medium length can present a very pretty picture, if done right. Without further ado, let’s take you to our hand-picked stylish updo hairstyles for medium hair.

 

 

 

 

Stylish Updos For Medium Hair

1. Two Braided Updo

One of the most basic of hair updos, the two braided updo is one style that is a safe bet any day. It is a no-fuss look that can be sported for almost any occasion. This style also goes hand-in-hand with every wardrobe staple!

What You Need

Hair elastics
U-pins
Rat tail comb
Fine comb
Light-hold hairspray
Bobby pins

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How To Style

Use a rat tail comb to create a central partition and divide the hair into two halves.
Gather each section and tie them each into a high pigtail.
Divide each pigtail into two sections, as you would do for a rope braid.
Start working your hair into two rope braids till you reach the edges.
Secure the ends of the braids with the hair elastics.
Now overlap the braids on one another in order to create the updo.
Tuck in the ends of the braids using U-pins.
Use bobby pins to tame flyaways.
Finish styling using a light-hold hairspray to make the hairdo stay put.

2. Stylized Low Bun

Classy and elegant, this stylized low bun is a treat to the eyes. Very stylish to say the least, this hairdo also makes your hair appear sleeker. You can style this updo in a contemporary fashion and steal the show wherever you go! This hairdo also wins extra brownie points for being hassle-free.

What You Need

Paddle brush
Fine comb
Hair elastics
U-pins
Bobby pins
Light-hold hairspray
Sectioning clips
Teasing comb
Rat tail comb

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How To Style

1. Using the rat tail comb, make a deep side partition.
2. Separate the crown part of the hair with the help of the rat tail comb.
3. Secure the crown part of the hair using a sectioning clip. This will ensure that it won’t interfere with the styling of the lower section.
4. Tease the lower section using the teasing comb to create a voluminous effect.
5. Create a low side bun near the nape of your neck using the lower section.
6. Release the crown section from the clip and tease its back for extra volume at the crown.
7. Now smoothen the surface of the crown and brush it back towards the bun.
8. Wrap the section around the bun.
9. Tuck in the edges of the upper section around the bun using U-pins.
10. Secure the flyaways with bobby pins.
11. Make the hairdo stay in place with a light-hold hairspray.

3. Messy Top Bun

Uber chic and casual, the messy bun is more often than not the urban girl’s go-to hairstyle. This hairstyle is a quick fix if you’re having a bad hair day. The messy bun hairdo also gives you a carefree air! Accessorize it with a headband for that extra edge.

What You Need

Paddle brush
Teasing comb
Hair elastics
Light-hold hairspray
Headband

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How To Style

1. Use the paddle brush to brush all your hair back.
2. Tease the top of the crown with the teasing brush for extra volume.
3. Gather all your hair at the back of your head and start twisting the length of your tresses.
4. Loop the hair through a hair elastic to create a half loop updo.
5. Spread the bun out and secure with U-pins.
6. Pull out a few face-framing strands for a casual look.
7. Accessorize the hairdo with a headband.
8. Finish with a light-hold hairspray to make the hairdo stay put.

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