Cutting a shag isn't one-size-fits all and corners are HUGE when taking a shag from traditional to a mullet. What is a corner you ask? We tapped Nashville-based cutter Brian Hickman (@brianhickman1) to break down everything you need to know about this section and why it's so important for a connected haircut and a seamless growout.
Shags might have originated in the ‘70s, but this retro layered cut has proven itself timeless. That’s why ARC™ Scissors Hair Architect Rachel Williams (@rachelwstylist) hopped on BTCU to share her signature cutting techniques for designing a shag for today’s cool girl.
The shag haircut can be an intimidating cut when you are first attempting it. From its section elevation to the texturizing techniques, it can seem confusing but the shag is a highly customizable and versatile cut if you know how to slay it. We reached out to ARC™ Scissors Architect and shag expert Rachel Williams (@rachelwstylist) to get all of her tips and tricks to ease your anxiety and set you up for success.
ARC™ Scissors Hair Architect and BTC Team Member Buddy Porter (@buddywporter) transformed super long locks into an on-trend textured bob onstage at ISSE in Long Beach, Cali., we just HAD to share the how-to steps!
Textured haircuts aren’t just for ladies—men also need movement in their styles. To drop knowledge on where and when to add texture, we had ARC™ Scissors Hair Architect Matty Conrad teach this cool-guy cut.