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20 Stylish Ways To Wear A Layered Shag With Fringe

20 Stylish Ways To Wear A Layered Shag With Fringe

The best thing about layered shag with fringe is that it works on every hair length and texture. If you have curly or thick hair (or both), layered shag will remove weight and de-bulk your hairstyle. If you have straight hair, layered shag will make it look more voluminous and textured. Introductory conclusion: Layered shag with fringe haircut is the greatest thing since sliced bread, and the following inspo pics are legit proof of that.

1. Blonde Messy Shag With Layers

Layered to various ends, a shag haircut is the epitome of undone vibes and effortlessness. However, there’s still a way to boost the undoneness of this amazing haircut. You’ll do it by teasing your hair to create a popular messy look.

2. Layered Curly Shag With Asymmetrical Bangs

One of the biggest challenges when having curly hair is debulking it. Solution: curly shag haircut is one of the easiest ways to add movement and lots of volume to your curly mane. Pro tip: For a more personal look, opt for asymmetrical bangs.

3. Voluminous Long Layered Shag Haircut

Long live the long layers! Here’s why. Long layered hairstyles add volume and movement to your ends, while curtain bangs ensure your face is framed most stylishly.

4. Cowboy Copper Short Shaggy Bob With Bangs

The best thing about shag is that it looks equally amazing on both short and long hair. If you want to add some volume to the crown, opt for a short shaggy bob with bangs. Pro tip: For a subtle version of a mini shag, choose a natural-looking cowboy copper shade.

5. Wavy Face-Framing Shag Haircut With Bangs

Face-framing shags are, undoubtedly, one of the most popular hairstyles out there. Besides looking stylish, they blend perfectly with all types of bangs, from blunt to choppy bangs.

6. Soft Shag With Birkin Bangs

Unlike heavily layered shag, soft shag has soft layers with a bit of volume near the crown. Adding Birkin bangs is a perfect match for this haircut because of their soft and long appearance.

7. Soft Flowy Shag With Fringe

If you’re not a fan of heavily layered, messy shags with tons of volume, then a soft flowy shag is what you’re looking for. With soft, almost feathery layers that resemble butterfly haircuts, this type of shag features beautifully textured layers with sassy bangs.

8. Layered Shag With Curtain Bangs

Curtain bangs are a type of bangs that fit everyone. Their wispy and low-maintenance features are what make them so popular. Also, curtain bangs and shags are a match made in heaven. Period.

9. Copper Blonde Shaggy Mullet

A mullet is a popular haircut that is short in the front and longer in the back. A shaggy mullet is what you get when you add lots of short and long layers with volume at the crown. This hairstyle is a godsend for those with thick hair.

10. Color Blocked Wavy Shag With Bangs

Color blocking is a trend of combining contrasting colors to create a unique, personalized look. To spice up your layered hair with bangs, consider mixing warm and cool pastel shades with your base color.

11. Long Textured Shag With Bangs

Say hi to a polished version of a shag haircut! Long textured shag with bangs doesn’t have lots of volume, and the accent is on enhancing the natural texture of your wavy, curly, or straight layered hair.

12. Medium Shag Haircut With Curtain Bangs

For an extra oomph of volume and face-framing effect, opt for a medium-length layered shag with curtain bangs. When it comes to hair color, I suggest bronde (brown + blonde) to achieve a natural, sun-kissed effect and effortless look.

13. Layered Wavy Shag With Layered Bangs

Because you can never have too much layering when it comes to layered haircuts! Pairing layered wavy shag with layered bangs is a great way to add more volume to your hair. After all, layered bangs are always in style!

14. Long Layered Curly Shag With Bangs

Curly shag has everything a curly lady needs. Layered curly hairstyle has plenty of volume, texture, and movement, and it brings out the best in both short curly hairstyles and long curly hairdos.

15. Face-Framing Layered Shag With Fringe

Depending on the level of volume you want to achieve, you can ask your hairdresser to add more or less layers of different lengths. For a more dynamic look, shorter layers are the way to go.

16. Layered Textured Shag With Micro Bangs

Also known as baby bangs, micro bangs are ultra-short bangs that look best on oval and heart-shaped faces. Of course, micro bangs look amazing on all types of shaggy haircuts, including heavily layered and textured shags.

17. Layered Shag With Piecey Bangs And Highlights

If you want to give off effortless vibes, then choose separated, defined bangs aka piecey bangs. If you have darker hair, then complete the look with caramel highlights to add dimension to your strands.

18. Color Blocked Undercut Shag

Is there anything cooler than a color-blocked shag haircut? Well, there is. Color-blocked undercut shag is one of the coolest versions of a shag out there. This unique hairstyle looks great on all hair textures and lengths.

19. Layered Shag With Choppy Micro Bangs

If you have oval or heart-shaped face, then consider micro bangs your best friend. One thing is for sure: Layered shag with choppy bangs will earn you lots of compliments.

20. Heavily Layered Shag With Bangs

Heavily layered shag with bangs is a voluminous, low-maintenance, and textured hairstyle perfect for both thin and thick hair. If you have curly hair, this haircut will enhance your curl pattern and add more movement to your curly wurly mane.