What does a shag haircut look like?
The shag haircut is very rock ‘n’ roll—casual, mussy, and visually effortless. The typical features that make up a shag hairstyle include choppy ends, layers around the crown, and lots of texture. The modern shag is choppy and has lots of texture but doesn’t make you look like you’re in an ’80s hair metal band.
How do you style Medium shaggy hair?
Medium shag haircuts can have a neat straight-across bottom with textured layers added above. The feathery, tapered wisps at the top, sides, and back are a nice contrast to the bluntly cut ends. Shorter layers around the crown work well with super-straight hair and lend a healthy shine to fine tresses.
What kind of hairstyle will suit me?
According to the “rules,” there are a few features to look for:
- Heart-Shaped Face: Try to draw attention to your eyes and cheekbones with bangs or volume along the sides.
- Long Face: The longer your hair is, the longer it will make your face look.
- Oval Face: Nearly every hairstyle flatters this shape.
What is a shaggy bob haircut?
A shaggy bob is a haircut that is created using the razor cut technique to add choppy ends and textured layers that can be asymmetrical or blunt. Since the shag’s conception in the ’70s, the organic cut has withstood time and kept on evolving to its modern and chicer versions.
Should I get a shag haircut?
“The shag is a great haircut for people with curly or wavy hair because the movement is already there,” agrees stylist Darren Fowler creative director of Fowler 35. “As long as you have a great hair cut, the shape, movement and texture will all add to a soft feminine, sexy look.”