Once the hair salons reopen, are you open to a change? Then we recommend the trendy wave shag to you.
The shag cut is considered a relic from the 1970s and celebrated its big comeback in 2020. In this retro haircut, the hair is cut to about shoulder length and heavily layered. As a result, the hairstyle always looks a bit "undone" and is wonderfully uncomplicated in terms of styling.
Variations of the classic shag cut were e.g. the shaggy bob and the shag with curtain bangs, but now a new trend variant is on the advance that celebrities also love: the wave shag, a shag cut with gentle waves.
Suki Waterhouse and Alexa Chung are already wearing the trend hairstyle. The waves give the shag more dimension, and the many levels ensure that the hairstyle looks lively and never flat. The wave shag also looks more feminine than the smooth version and if you want variety, you can style it as a half updo, for example.
If the natural hair structure allows it, the wave shag can also be worn curled instead of gently wavy. Selena Gomez shows how! We think: The wave shag not only looks modern, but it also has an extremely rejuvenating look.