Shag & Fringe Hairstyles

Shag & Fringe Hairstyles Articles

The Difference Between a Shag Cut and a Choppy Cut

The Difference Between a Shag Cut and a Choppy Cut

Ask your stylist for a choppy cut and you could leave with anything from a spiky pixie to long locks with uneven bangs. Choppy haircuts incorporate an array of styles, including the infamous shag worn by celebrities from Mick Jagger in the '70s to...

Backcombed Hairstyles With Full Fringes

Backcombed Hairstyles With Full Fringes

Some hair techniques a diva keeps in her style arsenal, such as backcombing, have aided girls in getting glam for decades. This method of combing a girl's hair in the opposite direction as usual to create volume is a vintage tactic, and can be...

Blond Messy Straight Fringe Hairstyles

Blond Messy Straight Fringe Hairstyles

There's something about fringe — another term for bangs — that says "cool chick, right here." From Jane Birkin, the ultra-hip Frenchwoman from the '70s, to the more modern bohemian style of Nicole Richie, bangs are never...

What Is the Difference Between a Shag & Layered Hairstyles?

What Is the Difference Between a Shag & Layered Hairstyles?

Although a shag cut is different than a layered cut, it takes layers to actually achieve a shag. Amy Bush of Ambushed in Columbus, Ohio, explains that a layered haircut can vary between the extreme of a pixie cut, to almost one length with only a...

African-American Shag Hairstyles

African-American Shag Hairstyles

When you've decided on the super-on-trend shag hairstyle for your African-American hair, the goal is to uncover the cuts that work best for your hair's texture as well as for your personal aesthetic. While your thoughts initially might float...

How to Grow a Shag Haircut

How to Grow a Shag Haircut

Growing out an unwanted haircut is an exercise in major frustration: Not only do you have to see the fashion fail every time you look in the mirror, but you can't really change your style because you need to let it grow! The right shag haircut can...

Shag Type Hairstyles

Shag Type Hairstyles

New York City stylist Sean James Decuers tells "Good Housekeeping" magazine that he calls shag type hairstyles "layers with an edge." These cuts are seriously fierce, with punk rock spirit and runway-ready style. It's probably not a look your...

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