Woman's mid-length looks Picture Gallery

If you did not come through our home page your search has only found a small proportion of our vast and useful data base of real information, facts and how-to instructions.

For more use this link.


Just like any hair magazine our aim is to provide you with a selection of the best hair cuts and hair styles for women from some of the top hairstylists and cosmetologists in the world. We feature every hair length, colour, perm, curl, sleek and straight or waved hair fashion look hairstylists can create. The advantage of an online hair style gallery like this is that the hair style images will always be here for you where you can find them easily to print and take to your next salon appointment, so that your hairdresser can really get the picture of what you want. You can even log onto VirtualHairCare at the salon if you forget to take the hair style image with you!

2008 and the AHF Awards and the Hair Expo Awards featured in the first collection of mid-length hair styles on this page show the years strongest hair look to be the blunt cut fringe or bangs. When you look at all the different styles from various hairdressers together like this you also get a 1980's sense of big hair styling to the hair from 2008.


The bob, strong solid colour's and curl with fullness are feature of the medium length looks from the 2007 AHFAwards:

For more about the hairdressers that created the above looks check out AHFAwards 2007.


Pic's above and to the right with thanks to Synergy Hair in Melbourne.

Hair by Ella Reed for Hair Do We Do and Goldwell. Winner Elumen-ation Award. Coloured using Goldwell Powder Lightener and Goldwell Elumen. Style achieved by Blow-drying with Goldwell Definition Texturizer, finishing with  Definition Mello Goo to create added Texture.

Hair by Ella Reed of Hair Do We Do


Surrounding 4 images from collecions by Caterina Di Biase Heading Out Hair & Beauty, Melbourne, Australia.


These 3 sexy black and white images are from Oscar Cullinan @ Oscar Oscar Concept Salons in Brisbane, Australia.



The selection of images below are from Adelaide hairdressers Hair Machine. This Australian salon is a prolific producer of hair shots that range form the commercial to the more alternative.

The first 4 images below, are from Next Hair in Canberra, a salon that has been taking out awards in Australia for their hair images on a regular basis over the last few years.

Courtesy Synergy Hair

Pics courtesy of Lee Preston Hair, Perth, Australia

Courtesy Lee Preston winner WA Hairdresser of the Year 2001 AHI awards

Courtesy Lee Preston winner WA  Hairdresser of the Year 2001 AHI awards

Visitors to this page also went to:

The Collections- a comprehensive series of hair style images split into length of hair, texture and style as well as collections from individual salons and industry hairdressing award images to grab your imagination when it comes to the possibilities for your next hair cut.

Long hair and how to handle it

Dry damaged hair

De-tangling your hair

Up styling your hair for weddings, proms and evening

Haircuts to suit your face shape

Making sure that your hairdresser understands you

Free Consultations

Haircuts to suit your face shape.

Haircuts: Some simple basic rules.

Fringes 'they're hot'

What is the 'thinning hair' technique?

What's in: The latest looks for men.

What's in: The latest looks for women.

The bob: a classic

Afro hair inspiration - Afro men's hair - Afro women hair

What's in: Celebrity looks.

Men's looks picture gallery.

Women's looks picture gallery.

Blow dry and styling - including plaiting and up styling

Hair coloring, perming and chemical straightening

Hair extensions

Hair salons - getting the most from your next salon visit

More about your hair type

Hair product information

Hair loss information

Medical conditions of the hair and scalp


If you are a salon or hairdresser that would like to contribute to this section you can contact us at contactus@VirtualHairCare.com for more details.




© VirtualHairCare

Go Back To Previous Page Back to 'Women's Gallery' Main Menu