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Top New Shoulder Length Hairstyles

These cute shoulder length hairstyles for women fall right at the perfect spot! If you’re growing out shoulder length hair or cutting down your long hair,  at this length you’ll be able to achieve multiple looks. Straight and sleek, wavy and fun, or curly and cute. The great thing about this length is that it suits almost everyone.

This hair is modern, fresh, and still long enough to pull it back into an up do. Style it sleek straight, add some waves, or go for the low-maintenance bed-head style, gone are the days of an awkward in-between stage.

  1. A Smooth bob: a chic and timeless hairstyle

Its smooth version, which suits blondes as much as brunettes, brings texture and volume to fine single drawn hair. Plus, a bob can be transformed by a stylist into waves or curls, for even more glamour!

  1. Longer Collarbone Waves

Longer Collarbone Waves

Stay soft and fluttery with these huge waves that work great on medium to long lace closure hair length. These lengths are also the best canvas if you’re wanting to try the popular ombre style.

  1. Long Chocolate Bob

Chocolate is a gift from God. It’s the one thing women from all over the world and of all ages can connect on. If you don’t like chocolate, I will not trust you. Bring that heavenly gift to your long curly bob Vietnam hair, and you’ll be singing ‘I Feel Good’ all the time.

  1. Dark Espresso with very curly hair

Girls who are naturally blessed with gorgeous curly locks should try this easy yet lively look. If you’re looking for a way to lighten up the bulk that long bouncy curls can give you, opt for this short wig hair cut that still allows you to show off your fabulous natural curls.

  1. Wavy midi haircut

Top New Shoulder Length Hairstyles

This style is the long layers, that begin just below the chin, using a razor to soften up the ends so that it wouldn’t be heavy and blunt.

  1. Sleek bangs

This haircut may look all one length, but there is in fact some delicate layers just below collarbone to keep the cut looking severe. The bangs should begin about an inch and a half from the forehead.

  1. Middle-parted lob

The symmetry in this haircut flatters oval, oblong, and triangular faces. Style it with a side parting if your face is more round, or square.