Updo Hairstyles for Medium-Length Hair in 2018

Well, that’s true some updos look better on long hair but with medium-length strands you can still afford limitless updo styles. Updo hairstyles are in theme, when it comes to keeping your hair out of your face and more organized. Updos are girls’ best friends as they can be pulled off in any setting by your choice. However, every formal occasion offers an elegant ‘do, preferably a pulled-up style. Trendsetters and beauty bloggers love to pair updos with braids and twists. Here we have included only the coolest updo styles for medium-length hair in 2018. Read further for a more detailed review.

Ballerina Bun

Too tight and polish ballerina bun seems so juvenile which we can’t say about this lovely bun hairstyle. The bun, tied at the nape of the neck, is spiced up with wispy waves for a modern twist. If you have thin hair you can use a sock to achieve a perfect donut shape. This style is possible to re-create within minutes and you can wear it both casually and formally. Ballerina BunUpdo with Bangs

This picture is the greatest proof that updos are not only for formal events. You can freely pair them with casual outfit and create a stunning look. Therefore, this messy updo has been updated with bangs that frame the face while adding extra texture to the bun. If you are not ready to chop off even an inch of your locks, consider pulling off clipped bangs. Now you can achieve your so desired bang style without sacrificing your hair length.Updo with BangsElegant Uodo for Natural Hair

This cute style is for all those black women who have kinky texture and can’t find an appropriate style to tame their unruly strands. This updo will keep the strands more organized and polish plus you don’t have to worry about irritating flyaways.

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