Shag hair 2020

A shag hairstyle works beautifully on all types of locks – wavy locks thrive in this cut, while straight locks can look adorable with long peek-a-boo bangs and the added feathery appearance of long fringe bangs. For a modern take on shag haircuts, experiment with choppy layers and golden bronde balayage.

Straight Shag

If the choppy shag look from the 1970s (think Joan Jett) doesn’t do it for you, why not opt for this chic style instead? Multiple pronounced layers provide fullness to your locks, while an angled cut and wispy bangs give a sassy and feminine finish. It’s the ideal look if you want to channel your inner bohemian goddess.

Rose Gold Shag

Rose gold hair color adds an eye-catching modern edge to a shag haircut. This light hue works exceptionally well on blondes, bringing out their natural highlights for an eye-catching effect and creating a glowy effect. Rose gold also looks fantastic on dark brunettes who opt for subtle ombre finishes or more intense ones, such as a fierce burgundy one.

Platinum Blonde Shag

A platinum blonde shag haircut exudes rebellious rock star vibes, making it perfect for girls with an edgy yet rebellious streak. It makes an eye-catching fashion statement and works well at any event or formality; plus, it balances out any layered cut you wear! Additionally, this style can also feature blunt bangs or side sweeps!

Middle-Parted Shag

Shag haircuts feature a choppy texture to create fullness and volume while maintaining their rock-n-roll aesthetic. This look works on almost all hair lengths and can be tailored to fit any face shape; adding short layers for a more feminine aesthetic or longer wispy bangs to create tomboy chic is easy!

Long center-parted shags are ideal for those with oval faces, as the layers draping across your cheekbones add balance and complement symmetry. This look works exceptionally well for people with naturally wavy hair but can also be straightened to showcase its texture for a glamorous finish.

Dyeing your locks a bold hue can also help your textured cut stand out, drawing attention to itself in an eye-catching way. Violet is easy to wear, while darker shades offer more intense effects. Use the balayage technique or opt for dip dyeing for maximum impact!