Shag Haircuts And Hairstyles



Shag hairstyles and haircuts are deservedly considered to be one of the most versatile, comfortable, and stylish hair ideas that don’t go out of style, being twisted and updated, however, for a very long time. Truth be told, all the pros of this crazy ‘90s trend have kept the ultra-layered appeal of the shag hair-do from ever truly disappearing.






Shag haircuts work great for any hair length and type: from straight to curly, from short to long. Also, it’s a wonderful solution for ladies with fine hair – a shag will add your hair visual volume and thickness. But at the same time, women with thick hair can lighten their locks by means of layers.

So, every hair has its perfect shag style, all you need is to find the one. Hope, this gallery will make your choice much easier!

1. Shaggy Styles for Short Hair
The shaggy texture looks fantastic on short bangs hairstyles – so light and careless. Experiment with colors and shapes to match any event and occasion.
2. Medium Length Shaggy Haircut
A-shaped long bob is the perfect base for a medium shag haircut – rather short, but also long enough to make an updo if necessary. All fashionable coloring techniques like ombre, balayage, babylights, and shatush are just meant to take mid-length thin hair up to the next level.

3. Long Hair Shag Hairstyles
The longer your hair, the more charming and sweet those shaggy locks look. So messy and playful, long shag styles, with a little touch of color, will rock your whole image dramatically.

4. Curly Shag Haircut
Despite a curly shag haircut is not brand new in the world of hairdressing, still, it doesn’t lose its popularity up to our days. Such cute curls suit almost everyone who has naturally curly hair, they’re super convenient and, finally, look so hot.  It’s just beyond amazing!


5. Shag Updo for Long Hair
Messy updos like a top knot, a high bun, or a casual pony always bring a piece of romance and mystery to the young lady’s look. Neglect the rules and remember that shag hair don’t care ;)



Article author: Francesca Russo, francescarusso0892@gmail.com



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