The 70s are more fashionable than ever this season. And even on the hairstyle side, the influence of this decade is being felt!
Fancy a new haircut? Not sure which cut to adopt? What if you let yourself be tempted by what our Anglo-Saxon cousins call the "Chopped Shag"? In good French? The shag (yes it's not French) tapered. Namely a cut with rather thick bangs and curly lengths with, as a bonus, a gradient.
The shag has already had its small success. And of course, she could not stay as-is for the new season. This flagship cut of the 70s has new details with a more degraded finish in the lengths. Something to give an even wilder look and a rock twist to his hair.
You can also bet on a bohemian style by arranging your bangs in a more flexible and voluminous way. Everything is a question of choice !
Coming from the 70s, it gives a crazy allure to all our looks.
A fringe, a pronounced gradient, and waves: here is the recipe for this super trendy cut.
In the brown version, it also works!
With undulations galore, it gives an even more rock side.
A softer and less tapered gradient for a Danielle Gilbert side.
If you don't have long hair, you can bet on this variant!
The longer the hair, the more you can taper!
You can also pull towards a "ball" side at the level of the fringe...
If you have little thickness, coloring with a root effect will give depth.
With a blonde balayage, it looks crazy!
A cut that requires little maintenance... When you have wavy hair!
If we have to work on them every morning, we can bet on this crumpled side, easier to achieve.