The essential haircut of 2024, this short bob is one of the strongest hair trends of the moment. Gradient and easy to texturize, it is ideal for highlighting fine hair.
The season’s hairstyle trends already give us a glimpse of the looks that will be on everyone’s heads in 2024. After the short soft crop cut, or the skinny lob square, another haircut seems to stand out: the short shag haircut. Ultra-popular on social media, this upgraded version of the shag cut has it all. But what is it exactly? As a reminder, the shag haircut comes from the term “saggy” in English, which means bushy or bushy. She also finds inspiration in the mullet cut, a style characterized by a very short layer at the front of the face and shorter locks at the nape of the neck.
The short shag cut is therefore both degraded and bulky like the shag cut, but with a shorter line that brings it closer to the bob or short cut. Not only very trendy, it is also ideal for highlighting fine hair. Indeed, thanks to its play of gradients and materials, it gives texture to the hair and can be easily worked with using a styling spray or mousse. Do you want to adopt this trendy haircut? Discover our tips for wearing it with style.
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How to wear the shag short cut in 2024?
As we can see on social networks, the short shag cut is often associated with short, tapered bangs or curtain bangs. If you have a round face, opt for the second option, which will bring more structure to your hair and enhance your face. Being well layered in the mass, the shag haircut creates impressions of volume and movement and adapts to all face shapes. Do not hesitate to ask your hairdresser for advice.
To give maximum volume and movement to your short shag cut, it is recommended to use texturizing products on damp hair, like a mousse, then on dry hair like a wax or powder. You can also work on the movement of your cut with a blowing brush which will help you coat the hair from the roots and obtain a nice natural volume effect.
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