The Shag is back. In today’s video, Matt teaches you how to create the essential shag look through concave and convex layering techniques. Starting from center-back of the head and parting around the occipital bone, Matt creates a stationary guide and begins using concave, collapsed layering to create a scoped effect from interior to exterior. He then switches to use convex layers, following up to the crown of the head and bringing the layers straight out to follow the head shape. The shaggy, disconnected layers are the guideline in creating this look, as disconnection can add density to the hair and make it look unique. If you want more videos to watch, sign up at FreeSalonEducation.com to get personalized tutorials about hair styling techniques.