We all know it: hair is cool.
And if you’re not one of those kids who love it, you can always just put your hair on the back of your head and go back to your childhood, where it belonged.
But the idea of a Shag, or shag, haircut has its origins in the 1980s, when men were using hair extensions as a form of punishment.
These extensions were designed to make it easier to get through a haircut.
But they didn’t always work, as they’re not exactly hair-like at all.
Today, shaggers and extensions are a bit more common in the United States, but they still come in all shapes and sizes.
You can even have one with the sides cut out, which can be really cute.
And while we like to think of shagging as the most common type of haircut, it’s not a perfect representation of the phenomenon.
There are many other types of hair extensions, from hair bands to hair nets, and there’s even a Shango Shag for those who like to go a little wild.