The shag haircut has an iconic place in the hearts of fashionistas. It got its name and popularity for the first time in the 1970s as a unisex style worn by celebrities such as Joan Jett and Rod Stewart. Because of this popularity, the look has become synonymous with “rocker chic” and offers a simple way to add impact to a simple cut.
In 2019, the shag cut can be as important or difficult to handle as you want. It can be short, long, drastic, subtle, but when the possibilities are endless, most crows are characterized by their volume-inducing layers and facial contours.
Shag haircut is very rocky: informal, quiet and effortless. The typical characteristics that form a fluff are the uneven ends, the layers around the crown and a lot of texture. Shag works on almost all hair textures and all hair lengths.