How to Cut a Long Shag Haircut

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The shag haircut is actually known as one of the versions of Farrah Fawcett's haircut. Cut a long shag haircut with help from a fashion industry professional in this free video clip.

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My name is Abigail de Casanova, and today I'm going to show you how to cut a long shag haircut. The shag haircut is actually known as one of the versions of Farrah Fawcett's haircut. So, it's actually very exciting to be able to show you I achieved this look. What we did with Lucy's to give her a shag haircut, it's a very basic cut, it's actually just pushing everything to the front to stop lying there. It's very easy to do, but it's technical, so I'm not going to go into all the technicalities of it, but it's one of those hairstyles that is really good for curly hair and also for a straight hair, but mainly for straight hair. On the bottom as you can see, we still have that weight lying on the bottom and on the top, I had given her a few extra layers, so she, we can give her as much, much volume as we want, we can just make it a little bit on the flatter end. So, what you can, it's kind of like split it in the middle and gives you a little bit of a Farrah Fawcett kind of feel 'cause you can feather it back. Or you can just kind of leave it straight and it will just go and like that in different angles. So, again, this is a great haircut; if you have enough length and the layers are long enough, you can pull your hair back and just play around with it. It's one of those types of layers that is very flexible. As you can see, you can pull her hair back or just kind of throw it to the side, still pull it back in the front. This is you know, it's a very flexible style that you can try. Once you have an idea of the different styles of shag haircuts, then you can just go to your hairstylist and try a style that suits you.

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