By Robby Gillet. Women Hairstyles. Published at Thursday, January 09th, 2020 - 20:17:55 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.
If you hair is fine, it’s better to try a short-to-medium version of a bob haircut or cheeky pixie hairstyles with some teasing at the roots for the added volume. Thick hair looks awesome in layered medium/long styles, and you can try anything from an extra short pixie to long bobs, whether you prefer curls, waves or straight tresses.
This look is nothing short of classy. It’s one of our favorite hairstyles for women over 50, and the layers add volume while the bangs draw attention to the eyes. If you are lucky enough to have thick hair, then this is a cut that can emphasize the beauty of your hair while allowing for manageability. We love this color, but there is a lot more you can do with it at the colorist.
There’s genuinely a braid for every occasion – and every hair length and type. Long hair suits braids because there’s more to work with, so you can get creative. A fluffy ponytail plait is one of the most popular because it looks chic while being very simple to create. Start a French braid at the back of your head instead of the front or side, and keep the tension reasonably loose for a relaxed, summery vibe. You don’t want the braid to look too neat or polished. If you’re not good at braiding, you can fake this look with the ‘pull-through’ technique. It involves securing your hair in parallel ponytails and looping them through each other for a braid-style effect.
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