Shags don't have to be short, and Halle Berry's gorgeous look is proof. Add more dimension by mixing in subtle highlights and wispy bangs.
Jennifer Lawrence's low-maintenance cut meets a high-maintenance dye job. It's all about balance, right? The platinum shade offers up serious old Hollywood vibes.
Chloe Grace Moretz's shag is reminiscent of the hairstyles seen on male rockstars in the '70s, but it obviously looks amazing on women, too.
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As great as a shag looks on straight hair, it looks even more awesome with curls. Go bold and try it with bangs for a flattering, face-framing effect.
Anne Hathaway's playful style has all the edginess of a short cut but with the comfort of longer layers. The contrast between side-swept bangs and a longer back is what makes this cut so cute.
Meg Ryan made the short, wavy shag famous in the '90s, and her shoulder-grazing version today looks just as adorable. If your hair isn't naturally wavy, turn your straight shag into a beachy one with a curling wand.
The beauty of a shag is that it was practically made to be worn messy, like Alexa Chung did here. It's also a great option for anyone growing out their bangs, because they blend in like one of the many layers.
Long, loose waves never go out of style — and they're so romantic. Drew Barrymore has been rocking them for years!
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Cute and easy to style, Kristen Bell's shoulder-grazing lob looks great for any occasion — even while it's growing out.
Gabrielle Union's lovely layers work with any face shape. Just add a bit of shine with spray so they catch the light and glow.
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Want something truly versatile? We recommend Courteney Cox's simple, mid-length cut. Straight, wavy, or curled — it always looks amazing.
The best part of this style? You can easily change it up with a quick flip of your part like Julianne Hough does.
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This time around, the mullet isn't completely short up front; instead, it's bangs and some shorter volume-boosting layers like the ones Taylor Swift is sporting that create a chic contrast with the longer sections.
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For hair like Chrissy Teigen's, ask your stylist for a wavy lob with lots of layers, and ask your colorist for a golden balayage that will bring out the dimension of those layers.
To add edginess to a short, choppy haircut like Kristen Wiig's, simply take a bit of styling wax or pomade and apply it to your ends.
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Want to look like a true Hollywood starlet? Try a full, curled look like Kerry Washington's for your next special event.
If you're growing your hair out, try Julia Roberts' flattering cut. It can go from casual to glamorous in seconds.
Curl the front sections of your hair away from your face with a flat iron to get Emma Stone's controlled-chaos look. It lets your features be the star of the show.
Use your natural texture to get Scarlett Johansson's easygoing bob. All you have to do is wash, tousle, air dry it, and go!
Kristen Stewart's slicked-down style combines short layers at her crown and longer ones closer to her face — perfect if you want a little drama.