They’re fun and kind of flicky on the ends with a face-framing quality you can’t miss. These shaggy mullets by hair artist William De Ridder feature blended bangs, fringy bits about the face, and neck-hugging length in the back. These highly textured hairstyles blend the best of modern and retro into one fun-loving look. Are these shaggy, fringed mullets for you?
Reminiscent of the cultural movement in the states from the mid-'70s to '80s, punk-inspired looks are making a comeback. This version by William Lepec is worn short and spiked with a two-toned hue and offers a sense of drama for those who like to make a bold statement. Is this edgy 'do for you?
Looking for something a little different for your hair? If short hair is your thing, and you're up for a change AND a unique cut, consider this walk on the fun side. It's an arch-fringed style with messy layers on top and wispy, disconnected length in the back. A tight hairline spans down to a point in front of the ears, then it's up and over the top into neatly coiffed sides.
From harnessed swoops and ridges to an explosion of airy texture, this tress-focused series by Adrian Guiterrez is a masterpiece of contradiction.
According to Andrew Carruthers, education director for Sam Villa, the shag isn't going anywhere. In 2018, it was mainly a trend for "trendy" people. However, for 2019 it will continue to gain additional widespread popularity.