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If you're into retro styles, you'll be happy to know that a little bit of the '70s is coming to 2022 — the '70s shag, that is. "Shags are still on trend, but with more of a ’70s styling," Tatum Neill, founder of Elevate Hair, tells Bustle. "Imagine a curtain bang styled back and away à la Farrah Fawcett." London stylist Sam Ashcroft describes the cut to Modern Salon, "The typical features that make up a shag hairstyle include choppy, disheveled ends, layers around the crown and lots of texture."