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The very “IN” Haircut!


Ladies – the haircut, the one that is taking over all others this season is….**DRUMROLLS**……wait for it….. THE SHAG!!!!

BEVERLY HILLS, CA - DECEMBER 04: Actress Chloe Grace Moretz attends the TrevorLIVE Los Angeles 2016 fundraiser at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on December 4, 2016 in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo by Jason LaVeris/FilmMagic)

Well, there is a hot haircut that has started its rule this winter. Recently, Chloë Grace Moretz, Amber Heard, and Taylor Swift have been seen rocking this 70’s kinda haircut and we totally admit, these ladies were so on point in terms of style. The 2017 redesign hits just beneath the neckline bone with face-encircling layers and long, split blasts like Moretz’s cut, additionally works with a full periphery like Swift’s, or no blasts by any stretch of the imagination.

The style owes its resurgence to the decade’s present effect on form, and as an incredible transitional cut for a developed out hurl. “I believe we’re seeing increasingly of a late 70’s impact in design,” says big name hairstylist Gregory Russell who gave Moretz her retro-enlivened trim. “Once your Lob gets too long, you can layer it into a shag and it’s the ideal length!”


For a Thin Face

A shag works with all hair sorts and surfaces, however you’ll need to remember your face shape. In the event that you have a thin face, Russell suggests keeping the blasts quite wide and open so that your components are all obvious and in core interest.

For a Wife Face

For wide face shapes, the professional recommends deciding on more thin blasts that are detached from the layers to make the deception of a slimmer face. With regards to ordinary care, the cut is nearly as easy as it looks. To drag out the life of your shag, Russell says to maintain a strategic distance from warmth styling when conceivable in light of the fact that “it will break your closures making you lose the structure of your trim.” To keep your finishes looking glossy, hydrated, and crisp, he suggests consistently treating your strands with a hair oil.