Medium-length hair can be chaotic or tidy, classic or modern, worn or worn. More length means more options.
It seems that short hair is low maintenance, but that’s not always the case. A great cut with conical sides can take longer between barber visits. Half a inch of growth on a shaved fade completely changes the shape of a haircut, while the same growth on longer hairs is only longer in length.
Some of these longer cuts also have fades or tapes that grow well but require regular barber visits.
Check out 19 of our picks for the best medium length mens hairstyles 2017 .
1st side hairstyle
This longer version on neat hair has a lot of trend texture and volume. This is a cool style for the game or wear it neatly combed for work.
2. Combover + Taper Fade
This longer combo style has a hard part, a taper fade on the sides and plenty of flow at the top.
3. Long on the top, short sides and back hair
The hair of men in 2017 revolves around free-flowing hairstyles with lots of texture and movement. This takes all these points with momentum.
Medium-length hair literally takes that quiff to the next level.
The sweepback has a similar profile to the back-combed hair, but has a rather disheveled, windy finish. This works very well for middle man hair and looks better all day long.
6. Comb over + fade
The cool combo works in every length, from short to long. This cool version has a fade for maintenance free sides and hair on one side. The product along the part keeps the hair in place while keeping the hair loose at the ends.
7. sweep back + wavy hair
Longer and looser styles work well with the added texture of wavy hair. Use a medium-volume volume hold product and stick to the top while letting waves do their thing.
8. Pomp + Burst Fade
The longer the hair, the bigger the pomp . A light burst behind the ear leaves a cool detail on the sides.
9. Blown Haircut + Medium Fade
This blown hairstyle is brushed with volume. Long hair blends into a middle fade for a flawless finish.
10. Side hairstyle for medium hair
The side hairstyle is one of those men’s hairstyles that can be worn in an almost infinite variety of ways. This fresh version offers a lot of volume and texture.
11. Structured comb over + medium fade
Here is a similar but different way to carry a side panel. This version continues to be split into one page and combs a lot of thick hair with added texture and volume.
12. Side panel Sweep Back + Neck Taper
Tapered hairstyles are becoming increasingly popular, especially for medium-length hair. They still look neat on the back, especially when swept back, combed to the center and finished with a clean neck cone .
13. Hairstyles for medium hair
Longer men’s hair requires cuts as well as short hair, but not so often. The occasional cut will sculpt the hair, reduce weight and help with styling. Without much length to remove, this cut creates a fresh profile and a clean cut style.
14. Classic hairstyles for men
This side part hairstyle with a cone is a classic look. It can be cut clean as above or with some texture and volume for extra cool.
15. Messy side part hairstyle
This effortlessly cool style shows that it’s not just about fades. The look gets better as you run your fingers through your hair throughout the day.
16. High Fade + Side Swept Fringe
This fresh style long hair worked up in the side ragged edge. It could also be combed to one side, but it’s always good to have several styling options.
17. Comb the undercut + chaotic
This hairstyle is a cool way to wear mid-length hair. Sweep into this cool textured comb or wear it neatly.
18. Mohawk fade
While styled into a legal messy mohawk, this medium-length hair with a fade can also be worn in a smooth back, crest, or forward hem.
19. Long Fohawk + Low Soon Fade + Beard
The falcon, aka falcon, is cool short and even cooler with medium length hair. A combination of blast drying and product achieves this gravity defying appearance. This version uses Schwartzkopf Dust Up Powder. The cut can also be smoothed back, in a comb or loose with fringes.