Short Curly Shaggy Hairstyles

Shag haircuts are perfect for wavy locks, providing both structure and volume. Pair it with face-framing strands and highlights for an eye-catching glam rock style.

The layered shag style looks beautiful on any hair length yet is incredibly flattering on fine locks. A deep side part and choppy bangs add subtlety while softening facial features.

Two-tone hair can add an unforgettable charm to any look. Whether bold black and pink colors or more subdued brown and blonde balayage hues, this style will highlight your features beautifully. Dark roots contrast nicely with light ends, creating contrast for added visual interest.

This wavy variation on a short, shaggy haircut is ideal for those who don’t want to go too fast. The longer face-framing layers give this cut depth and height, while shorter layers at the back and sides make styling this style simple and stylish.

Colorful highlights can bring movement and dimension to any shaggy cut. Ombre coloring techniques offer the ideal solution here as they create a subtle contrast between light and dark hues – this style complements all hair textures and face shapes.

An intricate pixie with plenty of layers and wispy pieces exemplifies how shaggy haircuts can suit women with very short locks. The angled layers in this style frame the face and neck beautifully.

Opting for a platinum blonde color adds an eye-catching, modern touch to this classic cut, without the biker aesthetic often associated with it. To maintain maximum vibrancy in your paint, incorporate TRESemme Gloss Clear conditioning shampoo into your wash routine to keep the tone bright.

Two-tone bangs in a shaggy haircut provide you with plenty of styling possibilities. Choose a warm blonde hue or earth tones to frame your face, highlight wavy strands, or use the balayage technique for soft blends of colors.

A classic bob with side-swept bangs is one of the most feminine ways to wear your short, shaggy haircut. The long tendrils used in this style help highlight all of your facial features while adding some dramatic flair.

Give your bob a shaggy appearance by opting for a textured cut that flips over the shoulder – it creates a classic yet chic hairy style that is simple to maintain! Or consider trying a layered shag cut featuring long bangs that fall past the eyes for an eye-catching, feminine style.

The middle part is an effortless style that works on all hair textures and lengths, from fine to thick locks. It provides versatility when styling various face shapes while giving your look an edgy, grungy flair – it’s also convenient enough for busy people!

Are you searching for a new way to style your middle part? Try pairing it with a skin fade for an edgier, more masculine look. This edgy look creates structure by drawing attention away from natural locks and drawing focus toward the fade. Additionally, pair this look with a shaved undercut for maximum impact.

Another great look for the middle part is a face-framing bob with a curtain fringe. This versatile cut can add texture with curls or waves for extra dimension, providing a balanced, symmetrical look that’s easily maintained with some help from texturizing spray or wax.

Choppy layers in short shag hair offer an alternative, youthful style for women looking for something less dramatic and voluminous than the typical, stacked style. Perfect for maintaining feminine yet edgy looks while adding definition without overdoing it – short shags with blonde balayage highlights add subtle yet stylish depth without being overwhelming.

This cut features choppy layers for an adorable yet effortless texture finish, giving it a playful appearance that looks cute yet undone. The platinum blonde hue adds an exciting and fresh charm.

Try a pixie with choppy layers for a fun and seductive style that works for all facial structures and can be worn with or without bangs. Pair this look with vibrant red lipstick and a rock-star leather jacket to amp up its seductiveness even further.