Long shaggy hairstyles on women can look cute, sexy or edgy. It all depends upon how you cut your hair and how you carry it. If you get very edgy choppy layers and have dyed your hair totally black, it will give an edgy mysterious look. But, if you have side layers and choppy bangs with a side parting, it can give a sexy look. With some curly hairstyles and blunt bangs you can sport a cute look, and use some flapper hair accessories to add style to the look.
Women’s Shaggy Hairstyles for Long Hair
Medium Long Styles
If you have shoulder length hair, then you can try out some interesting medium long shaggy hairstyles. There are many ways to do this. If you don’t want a very shaggy look, then consider these ideas. Simply middle part your hair and get your front hair cut into choppy bangs. Then cut the hair on the sides into choppy layers. All the layers should be cut such that they are styled inwards. Then cut the hair at the edges tapering. For this style you will need to keep your hair straight.
Another way to cut your hair into shaggy medium long hairstyles is to go for some choppy styles. Get some choppy layers near the crown. If you want you can style them inwards or outwards. Then cut the hair at the sides tapering, in such a way that they cover the sides of the face. Then cut the bottom hair into a razor cut, to get the soft wispy ends. Go with choppy bangs. But, keep the hair strands tapering and well-separated.
Long Layered Styles
A simple way to get shaggy haircuts for women with really long hair, is to middle part the hair. Then on both the sides cut the hair into layers and flip the layers outwards. Then accompany this style with blunt sweeping Cleopatra bangs. Shiny raven black hair with this hairstyle looks fab, so you can consider dyeing your hair, after the stylist has finished cutting the hair.
You can also cut your front hair into mixed layered styles. Cut the front section of the hair into a Cleopatra style bangs. Then cut the side hair into deep choppy layers and style them inwards, and covering the sides of your face. Cut the hair behind these layers into deep layers, but flip the ends outwards.
Here is a fresh new style. Take a large front section of the hair and cut it into long asymmetrical bangs. Then cut the hair ends into a tapering choppy style. Don’t give layers on the side. Keep the hair on the sides straight. If you want to soften this look, consider getting a razor cut done on this style.
Curly Layered Styles
There are many ways to cut your long hair into cool looking curly shag layered haircuts. One simple way to do this is the bohemian style. Simply get few layers in your long hair. However, don’t get them near the crown. Start layer cutting the hair below the chin. After the layer cut is done, cut the hair section near the forehead into bangs. Go with Cleopatra style blunt sweeping bangs. This style looks great with jet black hair, or with medium shade of blonde.
Another glamorous way to cut your long hair into curly layered style is to add some layers near the crown. This will add a lot of volume near the crown. Then cut the rest of the hair into few layers. The hair should be cut such that the hair ends look tapering. This can be done by cutting the hair with a razor. Then cut the front section of the hair into side sweeping bangs, cut into a choppy style. Let some hair strands cover the eyes.
Even if you don’t have curly hair, within few minutes you can style your hair curly or wavy. To do this work on your hair with a curling hair solution. Sea salt spray and a volumizing curling serum work the best. On wet hair apply curling solution. Then scrunch your hair for a minute. Let your hair dry naturally and you will have beautiful beach wavy hair.
To add more to your style consider some hair coloring ideas. Lowlights go great with shaggy hairstyles. This helps to add more texture and style to your hair. Due to the texture, the layers in the hair stand out even more. To maintain your shaggy hairstyle, it is important that you keep getting a regular trim, otherwise the hair ends will lose the sharp tapering look which gives the shag effect. So, keep getting a trim every 4-6 weeks, depending upon your hair growth.