The trend hairstyle from the 70s already trumps in terms of diversity. Now, a new version of the shag is coming our way, one that will pick up everyone with long hair. Here you can find out everything about the “Long Shag”
The shag is still a trendy hairstyle but is now going for more length
Since the winter of 2020, the “shag” is back and has revolutionized hair salons. In 2022, too, the trend hairstyle, in which a layered cut meets wild 1970s vibes, is indispensable. This special style comes with a very specific twist this year.
With the “Shag” almost everyone gets their taste. It is available in many different variations. But a certain look has emerged from the hairstyle with fringed, imperfect lengths in the undone character: Until now, it has usually been cut to medium length or even shorter. Just in time for spring 2022, trendy hairstyling has now received a mini update with the “Long Shag”.
As the name suggests, this is a long haircut. So the length itself is not lost, but as usual, it is diligently and vigorously layered so that the natural hair texture appears in a new light - and receives the significant, rocking retro touch. Even long, the “shag” looks super wild and effortless. And that's exactly what this hair styling is all about. The lightness of the trend hairstyle is its base together with the many levels. And with the rest, you can make individual adjustments depending on your type, face shape, and wishes.
Some wear the "Long Shag" with curtain bangs or a grown-out fringe, for example, which underlines the 70s look. Others wear the trend hairstyle in the middle parting and let their fringed hair fall loosely over their faces. And this works for straight as well as wavy and curly hair. Because the look is so adaptable, its weddings are far from over.