major comeback thanks to the wave of ’90s nostalgia that’s seen Rachel Green’s wardrobe and hairstyle resurrected by Gen Z and celebrities like Hailey Bieber and Kaia Gerber.
The iconic shape features a collarbone-length midi cut. And while it also has lots of layers, they tend to be longer, about chin-length.“The Sachel is where the shag meets Rachel,” explains BaByliss ambassador and celebrity go-to session stylist .
It has the relaxed rebelliousness of a shag, with the softer, sleeker cool-girl appeal of the Rachel. Basically, as RiRi put it best, this is the haircut equivalent of a Good Girl Gone Bad.“If you’ve been growing your shag, this is the perfect moment to rock the modern Rachel,” says Syd.
His advice? “Make it modern by keeping the shape around the face a little longer but still feature those sliced layers.”As for styling, he recommends spritzing R+Co’s Zig Zag Root Teasing and Texture Spray through hair to encourage some extra oomph and movement.BrandTempted?Read more on glamour.com