10 Trending Shag Haircuts Women Over 70

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Golden Blonde Straight Mullet Shag

This unisex style is great for those with fine, straight hair. Add highlights to enhance the style. Trim your bangs regularly to maintain their length between haircuts.

Thin hair Short Crop with Shagged Layers

Shaggy layers create movement and interest. My suggestion is to use your hands while blow-drying to keep the volume in your hair.

layered Grey Pixie Hair

The pixie hairstyle is suitable for thin hair textures as it can be styled with a flatter profile. Apply a product that enhances volume.

Medium-Length Two-Toned Razor Cut

Get a stylish two-toned razor cut to enhance your beauty. Adding face-framing layers and a short fringe can add movement to your medium-length hair.

Face-Framing Layers and Bangs with White Wolf Cut Bob

The wolf cut Bob with face-framing layers as well as bangs is a trendy style that adds definition to thick hair.

Mid-Length Tousled Wavy Style with Bangs

This hairstyle is great for a quick and easy look with just a touch of mousse. Bangs that are kept just over the eyes work well with glasses.

Medium Layered Shag with Wispy Ends

The "wolf cut" or shag is a popular haircut trend. It's versatile and can be worn on various face shapes, textures, and lengths.

Short Shag with Textured Bangs

The shag bob adds volume to thin hair. Adding texture to the hair and bangs can create a contemporary appearance. That's ideal for elderly females.

Curly Bixie Hair with Glasses

This face frame has graduated layers and a piece-y texture that adds bounce. Apply mousse to damp hair, use a diffuser on low heat.

Blonde Choppy Shag

In the salon industry, this technique is referred to as a shadowbox. Wear it on a short, layered haircut to show off the two-tone color.

Wispy Shag with Loose Curls

With the addition of a fringe, this haircut will provide a low-maintenance style that distinguishes you from others.

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