Shag hairstyles have a messy, but slightly tamed look. One feature that makes the shag haircut popular is that it can be adapted to all lengths of hair. Whether you have short hair or really long hair, you can get a shag haircut. To determine what style you want, you need to look at the differences between the shag hairstyle lengths.
Short Shag Hairstyles
Short-haired shag hairstyles are cut to give the shape more angularity. They are still layered like other shag hairstyles, but are little more uniform because there is less length available to shag.
Medium Shag Hairstyles
Medium-length shag hairstyles are for people that have hair just about shoulder-length. Since this hairstyle is much longer than the short hairstyle, more volume can be added. Usually, this hairstyle does have less layers so that the hair does not get too messy.
Long Shag Hairstyles
Long-length shag hairstyles expand upon the medium-length hairstyle. Long hair will provide a lot of volume, but even less layers are used than in the medium-lengthed hairstyles. This is done because long hair will get out hand very quickly, giving the hairstyle an unkempt look.
Choosing a Shag Hairstyle
For people with a round face, the longer the shag hairstyle, the better. If you do get a short shag hairstyle, it will take a long time for the hair to grow out so you can do something else with it. Longer shag hairstyles can have the shag cut out of them at anytime.
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