Welcome to your favorite new haircuts! The charm and versatility of the Shag is unparalleled. Brilliantly exemplified in the heyday of the 70s by people such as Joan Jett, Rod Stewart, Mick Jagger and Jane Fonda. A little controversial in appearance, the Shag is not a mullet or long-layered ' do. A subtle complexity aptly associated with rock-n-roll and sensitivity of the revolution. With a second appeal ' long & short ' unisex style, heralded the equality, while the progressive, looks a mess also reflects a shift in the reform of political, cultural and social.
A Shag cut off profile offers a radical change from the limitations of a static geometric shape hair. The phrase best served by the silhouette smooth from Bob Sassoon. Women are exempt from the lifestyle of the wash-and-set in the 60s is now ushering in a new era of hair fashion. Despite their differences, these cuts share a key element contributing to the success of the style. Each featured a special emphasis on the important factors: the purpose, proportion, balance, structure and execution. The Shag just dramatized medical footage factors that result in the expression of a new attitude. This set the stage for the world of hairdressing to adapt traditional aspect and redefined the structure of the sound through the chaos is controlled. Its impact continues to be indisputable.