Do you want a light touch of excitement for your wavy hair, so that it looks stylish and playful while being low on maintenance? There are many Medium Wavy Hairstyles you can try, with fringes or layers for a creative expression. Waves on a woman’s hair are full of poetry in the way they dance down to frame the face. Playing up this aspect of waves can give you an entirely new look. If you have natural waves, straightening the front of the hair and styling it in bangs can make for an interesting hairstyle.
Wavy hair is easy to manage and can be styled in creative ways without taking up too much time or effort. You can use waves to play up the features of your face. If you have a wide forehead, cut your hair in bangs covering the forehead, and let the waves fall down to both the shoulders. For an elegant frame for the forehead, try waving your hair to gently nestle along the hairline. You can also highlight your eyes with an elegant wave that falls down to partly cover one eye. If your hair is very thick and rough, you can style the waves to make a large frame surrounding your face. Viewed from the side, waves can give you a striking profile. You can cut the wavy hair to reach just the shoulders, or keep it longer so that it trails at mid-waist level. Bridal hairstyles also look magical when you add some waves. For brides who want to keep their hair down on their wedding day, waving the hair is a great idea. Waves are truly photogenic, and can make for stunning wedding pictures, as the tresses playfully touch the cheek or dance down the shoulders. Carefully arrange a gentle wave to frame one side of the forehead to get a special wedding day hairstyle. You can also part your hair at the center with waves clustering along the sides of your face for a balanced look.
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