By: | Updated: 02/04/2019

Short Shag Haircuts

Let’s start with the shorter versions of shag haircuts. Whether you want to make your bob more advantageous or you want to add some liveliness to your pixie, these ideas will match your preferences.

Short Messy Bob With Standout Texture

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Short Messy Bob With Standout Texture #bob #messyhair #wavyhair #shaggy

What is a shag haircut? It’s a great canvas to your imagination, and that’s it! You are the one who regulates the layering, feathering, and texturizing of your cut, deciding whether you want choppy ends or not. We want you to show how you can beautify your simple bob: look at how the classic short haircut has improved with just a soft touch of layering. The body is full, and the wavy silhouette is lively and dramatic.

Short Shaggy Bob For Thin Locks

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Short Shaggy Bob For Thin Locks #shorthair #bob #shaggy

Nothing goes better with bobs than short shag haircuts. They are not only pretty easy and to achieve; the result is always fresh and easy to style. Ladies with thin hair can ask their stylists to shape up the ends of the top layer: it will add more lift to the crown and spice up a short bob with a new, lovely texture.

Layered Shaggy Bob With Feathered Ends

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Layered Shaggy Bob With Feathered Ends #layeredhair #bob #shaggy

The modern shag haircut has no limits: it can be as sharp, edgy, and dramatic as you please. One of the most versatile and eye-catching ways of getting a shag is to focus on the ends. You can make your hair look fuller, embellishing it with pointed ends. A simple feathering is all you need; it won’t take a lot of time, yet will make your hairstyles pop.

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