#1: Soft Shag with Wispy Bangs for Straight Hair
If you’re new or nervous about shags and disconnected haircuts, a soft shag with wispy bangs for straight hair is an easy way to dip your toe into the water! The layers in this long shag with wispy bangs are kept mostly around the face, so it’s a great way to start without committing to cutting disconnected internal layers.
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#2: Choppy Shagged Cut
A choppy shagged cut is an impactful way to update long locks. Women with long hair who opt for a shaggy cut will gain more volume and movement throughout their lengths and draw more attention to the eyes.
#3: Feathered Layers on Long Shaggy Hair
Women looking for a bouncy, cascading ‘do should try feathered layers on long shaggy hair. While this crop compliments even the longest hair, it can be tailored to any length for maximum volume.
#4: Face-Framing Layered Shag on Women Over 50
Women over 50 should try a face-framing layered shag. This wispy cut will draw attention to your best features with its plethora of layering and carved-out fringe.
#5: Long Shaggy Layers for Fine Hair
Long shaggy layers can do wonders for fine hair! This romantic, wispy haircut compliments finer locks due to its use of layers and body-building cutting techniques.
#6: Wispy Shagged Cut for Women Over 60
Women over 60 look fabulous with a wispy shagged cut. If you are majority silver or gray, a wispy hairstyle will bring out the dimension within your locks, allowing light to hit every strand just right. Pro Tip: To keep your silvers extra soft and shiny, try incorporating a weekly treatment into your shower regimen- like Olaplex’s “No.3 Hair Perfector”.
#7: Wavy Layered Shag
Long, shaggy, wispy haircuts are in and the wavy layered shag is a stunning example! Women with longer hair will love these type of haircuts as it helps remove weight and refresh their hairstyle without losing a lot of length.
#8: Curtain Bangs on a Modern Shag
Curtain bangs on a modern shag creates a look that is equal parts classic and trendy. With wispier hair coming back into style, this crop will keep you current but with a timeless edge.
#9: Very Long Shag with Heavy Bangs for Round Faces
Shaggier crops, like a very long shag with heavy bangs, are best for round faces. A round face shape can benefit from a shaggier crop because of the contrast in angular layers to soften lines in the face. Pro Tip: if a fringe is not for you, this cut also looks stunning!
#10: Razored Shag Cut for Women Over 40
The razored shag cut is perfect for women over 40! Long shags add a youthful, playful feel to any woman’s style, at any age.
#11: Mid-Back Shaggy Mullet for Thin Hair
A shaggy style can be worn with almost any hair density, and a mid-back shaggy mullet for thin hair is no exception to the rule. The sections for disconnection need to be smaller with more length left out at the bottom to maintain a full appearance, so the majority of your texture will remain in the crown and around the face!
#12: Textured Shagged Layers for Wavy Hair
Having natural texture in the hair makes textured shagged layers for wavy hair so simple for styling. The benefit of a shaggy haircut is it doesn’t have to be perfect, so diffusing your wave or curl will add great body and movement to your look!
#13: Long Haircut with Subtle Layers
If you are in love with keeping your length, a long haircut with subtle layers will maintain your length while adding a bit more body and texture! With medium to thick hair densities, a long haircut can quickly get overwhelming and heavy, so breaking up the shape and adding some layering will lighten your look and make styling more manageable.
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#14: Waist-Length Shag with a Fringe
Even when we love our long hair, it can get overwhelming, so a waist-length shag with a fringe is the perfect way to add movement and bounce to your style! A shaggy hairstyle on really long hair will help take limp, dense shapes to a fun, trendy cut!
#15: Long Shag with Wispy Layers
If you are looking for a trendy haircut, you need to try a long shag with wispy layers. The texture adds a ton of movement for long cuts, so anyone with thick, limp hair will feel revitalized!
#16: Wavy Shaggy Hair with Interior Layers
A softer approach to a hot trend is wavy shaggy hair with interior layers! The crown layers are disconnected from the length so you will still maintain your long locks but have a lot of movement up at the top.
#17: Shag with Face-Framing Bangs for Square Faces
A fun way to spice up your long hairstyle for square faces is a shag with face-framing bangs. A square face has straight features so adding texture and softness to the fringe and layers will help soften and balance your appearance!
#18: Long-Length Razored Cut with Bangs
An edgy approach to a long style is a long-length razored cut with bangs! There is a lot of disconnection in the layering so this is not for someone that is new to layering their hair, but it’s a transformative way to add a style to the hair while keeping all of your length at the bottom.
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#19: Tousled Shaggy Hairstyle
If you like the wispy style, on-purpose bedhead look, you have to try a tousled shaggy hairstyle. The layering is kept soft and textured on this long shaggy wispy haircut so styling should be manageable with volumizing products and a dry shampoo or texture spray!