The Shag Hairstyle Makes a Comeback
Short shag hairstyles look every bit bohemian while super-full shags that fall past the shoulders (with plenty of volume on top and wispy ends) have an edgy effect. No matter what the length of your hair, make sure your layers are angled all around the face, not just at the jawline.
Flip out your shag hairstyle with a curling iron. Wrap up 3-inch sections of hair and turn them in an outward facing direction to channel Farrah Fawcett. The feathered result is worthy of Charlie's Angels.
Give your shag hairstyle sleek appeal by blowdrying your hair smooth and straight instead of flipping it outward and away from the face. Achieve lift at the roots by using a round brush, always brushing hair forward to frame the face. You can get added definiton by using a flat-iron to turning the ends of the hair under.
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