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If you don't like it too retro, however, you can try a modern version of the shag, which stylists say are going to be big in 2022 as well. "It works with most hair textures and face shapes, and can be varied in length," Sydney stylist and industry expert Barney Martin says of the trendy cut. "Grown out bangs or a curtain fringe will lend a ’70s vibe, or you can pair the cut with a shorter fringe for a more ’90's take."