The Shag Cut continues to surge in popularity because of its incredible versatility and is a haircut that never seems to go out of style. Here are examples of shag-tastic cuts on all different hair types.
No single tool is more important to stylists than their shears. It’s equivalent to a chef’s knives or a baker’s oven. Your shears are literally in your hands all day, every day, so when you’re shopping for scissors, you need to get it right.
Sophia Roe had never cut her hair before meeting (and putting her trust in) Renee Gadar. This transformational cut shows the importance of safe spaces for textured hair, so clients like Roe can reframe the experience Black women have when they go to the salon.
When we’ve poked around the hashtag #bowlcut, we’re seeing it worn by all genders, on all different hair types, including Afro-texture, and were intrigued to see how flattering it can be. We asked an expert cutter to give us her take on what makes The Bowl Cut a timeless option.