Long and Short Shaggy Hairstyles
The messy but stunning shag haircut first appeared under the spotlight in the onset of the 70s. different to the other fashion trends of the same period, however, the shaggy cut has evolved with the time and still remains the popular choice.
While there is more than a certain version of the shaggy cut, you must have straight hair or wavy one to sport this layered hairstyle.
If you want to have simple and neat look, which can offer you nice shaggy look, go for pixie style. An important key t getting a flattering short shag is by working with a hair stylist that really understands your face feature, and also can create layers in order highlight your bone structure.
For instance, a face with a square shape can be made to appear softer when featuring longer layers around the face.
If your hair is a bit long, then you can opt for longer shaggy looks. This is just the look which Jane Fonda made popular, and what most women think of when they are thinking about the shaggy hairstyle.
The original 1970s shag was known to be a bit choppier and uneven-think of the disproportionately long back layers of Florence Henderson and David Cassidy. Modern hair stylists surely know the importance of more gradated layers, however.
Bear in mind that while the shorter shaggy haircut can be done conservatively, there is something about the longer shag which screams the rock-star look. Consider having your hairstylist to use a razor to shape the ends of your hair for a dramatic look.