We called it back in December that the shag was going to be the haircut you’ll see everywhere this year. Sure, the ’70s-inspired cut took a break from the spotlight to let the blunt lob have its 15 minutes of fame, but if Rita Ora‘s latest hairstyle is any indication, we’re going to be seeing a lot more of the shag again.
This morning, the singer visited The Elvis Duran Z100 Morning Show in New York with a take on the cut that was more Studio 54 than Mick Jagger. Instead of grown-out center-parted bangs paired with face-framing layers, Ora opted for long piecey fringe. She styled her honey blonde hair in tight, corkscrew curls. For bouncy ringlets like Ora’s prep your strands when damp with a curl-boosting spray like Living Proof’s Curl Defining Styling Cream ($28; sephora.com).
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Ora kept the ’70s vibe going by completing her look with glowing skin, a nude lip, and aviators with shaded lenses. Maybe disco isn’t actually dead.