The chop is a chin-length shag haircut that layers hair and comes with a fringe that reaches past the eyebrows. The asymmetrical angle haircut is an angled shag with waves that allow for full movement. The shattered shag is for people with straight hair.
The chop shag requires towel dried hair to be worked through with styling cream. After which, hair is tousled with fingers as it's blow-dried.
The asymmetrical angle haircut requires a part that goes over one eye. A flat iron is used to create large, wavy curls.
The shattered shag only requires the use of some product to separate the ends.