“Classic”, this seems to be the niche in today’s fashion definition, be it cloth or hairstyle. In terms of classic hairstyle, there are a lot of renaissance-based styles which seem to have regained their throne, take the combed back style and the undercut for example, which were initially popular in the 70s.
If you want to bring in the classic styles to life, I guess you had better take into account the shag hairstyles of the 70s.
This particular style is so versatile that people from different backgrounds and lifestyles can pull it off, ranging from artists to even students. What makes this hairstyle popular is that it appears so versatile is that it can suit people with different hair lengths, textures, and face shapes.
However, I don’t think those who have fine hair will be happy with the shaggy hairstyle due to its rather messy and choppy look.
Let me show you some points that you need to ponder when achieving shag hairstyle. Frist, the shag hairstyle should not appear too neat or tidy, yet flowing naturally and messy, which is great for those who fancy natural beachy style.
Even though at first glance the shag may look like a simple wash and wear hairstyle, it oftentimes includes time which is invested in careful and meticulous styling on the layers in a way which is perfectly suitable for those who want to pull off carefree hairstyle but want to style the hair every morning.
In order to keep your shag look in its best form, you need to be sure to maintain it with frequent regular trims, like every 6 to 8 weeks.