By Robby Gillet. Women Hairstyles. Published at Tuesday, January 14th, 2020 - 15:06:35 PM.
The retro, rock’n’roll style of the ’70s is trending again this year. That decade’s iconic haircut was the shag. For a modern take, try wearing this style with long hair, instead of the classic short or mid-length. To make it work for your face shape, have the stylist cut in a fringe. Long, side-swept bangs balance out the volume in the rest of the cut and draw the eye diagonally down, making it perfect for square faces. Add subtle highlights and lowlights to complement the natural movement in the long shag hairstyle.
This is a very short boyish bob with small layers and slightly curved ends. The messy effect to the front fringes has made the look even more elegant. If you want to look the classiest in your workplace, opt for this chic yet super smart short bob. The neat side-swept bang is the specialty of this highly popular hairstyle.
Creating a center part and leaving the hair loose is much appreciated by corporate beauties. It is even better to get reddish brown highlights on loose natural blonde waves and add a messy finish to it. This simple bob features relaxed front fringes swinging over the forehead with two chin-length side bangs surrounding the edge of the face. Conversely, there is a puff at the crown and the end of rest of the hair is curled up in an outward direction.
Long hair can be overwhelming at times, but it’s very easy to create a soft and beautiful look. If you want this type of style, try wearing your hair half-up, half-down. Ladies with ombré and balayage are particularly suited to this hairstyle because the focus is on the point where the two colors meet. Try twisting the upper section of your hair to create a seamless blend, and add soft waves to the bottom part for pretty, beachy vibes.
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