Hate that awkward length your hair has to go through when you’re growing it out? Believe us when we say that you shouldn’t! Medium-length hair is honestly pretty fabulous, because you still get to play around with your locks, without having to maintain a super long length—like these eight celebs!

Coleen Garcia

Part and pin your hair to one side and create loose waves using a one-and-a-half-inch curling iron. You can take this hairstyle from night to day, depending on how much you curl your locks! We’re obsessed with how it looks on Coleen Garcia.

Heart Evangelista

Have slick straight hair like Heart Evangelista? Do an off-middle part and instantly look chic. No hot tools or styling products required!

Jasmine Curtis-Smith

One trick you can do to hide frizzy hair is by using a curling iron to tame your mane! 

Georgina Wilson

For more formal events, go for big, voluminous waves like Georgina WilsonAdding highlights to your hair color will also give depth and dimension, making your locks appear thicker and fuller. 

Liz Uy

No time to think of a hairstyle? Try doing a sexy slicked-back look, like Liz Uy.

Kathryn Bernardo

For a fresh and sweet look, part your hair in the middle and then pin back two sections from each side, like Kathryn Bernardo's 'do. Pull out some pieces of hair in front of your face to make the look more casual.

Kim Jones

What did we tell you about chic updos? If you’re having a bad hair day, take your mane into a loose low bun like what Kim Jones did here. For a more polished look, do a center part.

KC Concepcion

Finally, when you don’t have time to really think about what to do with your hair, there’s no harm in going au naturel. Let your locks flow like KC Concepcion. If you’re dealing with oily roots, especially when traveling, use a bit of dry shampoo to sop up excess grease.

This story orginally appeared on Cosmo.ph.

*Minor edits have been made by the Femalenetwork.com editors.    

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