Shag Hair Styles and Haircuts for Women


The shag hairstyle was considered as one of the most happening seventies hairstyles and still becoming very popular again. This hairstyle involved irregular layers of hair that provided a shaggy look. Shag hairstyle creates a neck look longer and your face looks thinner. To illustrate a shag haircut; a shag style is one where the hair is cut in dissimilar layers, it can also be called the layered style, as the work on the hair is done in such a way that cutting is achieve in different lengths. The shag hairstyle was very popular during the 1970s, and later made a fantastic comeback during the late 1990s, thanks to the cult-like following of the hit television show, Friends.
There are different types of shag hair styles ; they are the short shag, the medium shag and the long shag. Shag hair styles are fun, easy to maintain looks suitable for different lengths of hair. For men, women, and teens interested in a carefree style, shags are the perfect choice. The first thing to consider when choosing a shag style is the length. Short shags hairstyles can take a long time to grow out if you later decide you don’t like the look, while long hairstyles can be easily trimmed away. Next, consider face shape before choosing a final style: longer hair helps balance a round face, while tapered bangs and fringe can soften angular facial features.
Adding Bangs are optional with shag hairstyles and can be pushed off the face with the use of the right styling substances. The ears are not cut out; the shag-adorned should be able to tuck the hair behind the ear, or, even better, pull it back with dime-store barrettes in garish plasticky colors.