By On Aug 01, 2018 Hairstyles
This blunt shag is all about texture and, unlike the New Shag, hits a little higher up near the chin. With or without bangs, it’s all about getting that mid-shaft volume with texturizing sprays. This style is perfect for the bob-lovers that want to try something new and cool.
Though middle parts are extremely popular on the runway, we’re seeing a lot of deep side parts that go Old Hollywood in nature, but accompany natural textures of all types (enhanced with styling creams or mousses and often air-dried) and lengths that range from bobs to ultra-long locks. A deep side part is especially fun to accessorize with fun barrettes and pins.
The Midwest has moved on from lobs—sort of. "The lob is making way for the modern shag," says Nicole Coil, a stylist at Blueberry Moon in Chicago, IL. "Lots of textured layers create a soft shape, which is perfect for curls and waves. And it works to give lift and volume to smooth styles." Translation: It works for every hair texture. The shag is also ideal for Chicago endless winter months, she says, because it keeps its shape under hats and beanies better than long layers can.
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