The Best Medium-Length Hairstyles For Thick Hair

Curtain Bangs with Feathered Layers

Feathered layers have ends that are thin and twisted, which give any cut more depth. Since they don't make hair look too thin, they look great on thicker hair. When you add curtain bangs.


A shag cut emphasizes volume in the important areas of the head. Through the use of lightening layers, you may get bangs that are unlike any other while yet avoiding bulk.

Ouidad Cut

The Ouidad Cut creates perfect, well-defined ringlets without creating excess bulk. This curl-specific cutting technique involves "carving and slicing" hair to enhance the natural curl pattern and minimize frizz.

Stacked Bob

For a shorter look, this long bob is perfect. This cut by hairdresser Carolynn Judd features stacked layers in the back, giving your hair enough form and structure to enhance volume without any style.

Curly Bangs

When you have thick, wavy hair, you need a lot more layers. There is no better way to add volume and bounce than to get those ringlets moving. Putting on some fringe? It hits a home run.


Use it in a scruffy manner. Simply enlist the assistance of some layering and bang action to get this shag haircut by hairdresser Sal Salcedo, which is unlike any other, and thick hair can master it like no other.

Layered Shoulder Cut

Layers are back, but this time they're on a sassy shoulder cut. We want to start taking hair vitamins right away because this head of hair looks so full. A shoulder-length cut looks good on everyone, too.