You know we here at Louvelle love all things hair, so when Harpers Bazaar chats with Joey Scandizzo, ELEVEN Australia's co-creative director and celebrity hairstylist, about the style set to dominate this season, we pay attention.
And the best bit? We can skip the full blow out by simply wrapping up our tresses in the Riva Hair Towel Wrap, then finish with a quick blast to let it fall naturally.
With thanks to a few famous faces (not to mention, even better hairdressers) the shag is making a surprising—and, quelle horreur, welcome—return.
"The traditional shag was worn with a lot of product to make it textured and piece-y, whereas now it's much softer." says Joey Scandizzo, ELEVEN Australia's co-creative director and celebrity hairstylist..
Now that I've committed… how do I style my shag?
"To style the shag, I wouldn't recommend using a round brush to blow dry because it can separate the layers too much and make it look a bit bouncy. Instead just tip head upside down and blast it dry, then flip it back up and let the hair sit in its natural fall."
Image via @alannaarrington.