The shag haircut was sported by everyone from Bowie to Jagger, Joan Jett, Chrissie Hynde and Stevie Nicks back in the 1970s. But over the last few years it has gained huge popularity amongst fashion forward Gen Z’ers.
It a hairstyle that seems made for the guitarist from Måneskin (an Italian rock band who are the coolest-looking musicians to have ever won Eurovision in MFH’s opinion).
Frankly, there’s not a member with sh*t hair. That’s worth the occolades alone…
- Thomas Raggi’s long, 70s rockstar shag hairstyle with fringe is a fashion-forward look.
- It works well on his slightly wavy, collar-length hair.
- As Thomas’s hair is also fine, the choppy, tousled layers give his hair some movement. Otherwise there’s a danger it would look quite flat and hang quite limply.
- The ends of the hair can be point cut, to add some texture.
- His long, textured fringe is eyebrow length – and his stylist brushed his hair forward when they cut the fringe.
- Even if you are growing your hair, you should get it lightly trimmed every few months to keep split ends at bay.
- Thomas Raggi’s long, 70s rockstar shag hairstyle with fringe hairstyle works well because he has a natural slight wave to his hair – it wouldn’t look quite as good on dead straight hair.
- Spritz a texture spray (a light one if you want just a little bit of movement, or a sea salt spray if you want it to look a little more bed-head).
- Dry the hair on medium heat, scrunching some waves and movement into it as you go.
- Brush the top of the hair forward down into the fringe.
- For even more texture, you can add a matt paste when it’s dry – no more than the size of a 5p initially.
- Make sure you rub it well into your fingers first to warm it up, then start at the back of your head, working towards the hairline/fringe area.
- Using your fingers as combs, shape your fringe and hair into the texture and look that you want.