First things first, what actually is this haircut? Similar to the shag hairstyle, this cut also features lots of layers and texture, however, it’s not as choppy as your typical shag ‘do. Instead, the layers are a lot softer, almost giving the impression that the hair has been subtly feathered.
The style was originally created in Korea, and most of the time it is accompanied by a wispy fringe or curtain bangs that blend perfectly into the rest of the hair. What I love about this cut is that although it’s a lot softer than the shag hairstyle, it still gives off a super cool, ‘I just woke up like this’ vibe that I have been trying to achieve for years. The best news? This style can work for all hair types and textures, as you’ll see below.