What is the wolf cut?
This hairstyle is super trending as it comes out from a very popular Netflix show called ' The Squid Game'
The "wolf cut," a modernized variation of the mullet or shag cut that emphasizes tons of short layers that frame the face, is known as the "wolf cut" (instead of the back of the head). It likewise has a higher volume at the top and gradually decreases at the bottom. P.S. It's frequently worn with curtain bangs, which is another 2021 hair style!
Whether you have straight, wavy, or curly hair, the wolf cut looks great on everyone. It all depends on how you style it. This cut is also ideal for tamad and low-maintenance women who don't want to visit the salon frequently. Because of its various layers, your hair will naturally grow out.
How to get the look
You can totally ask for this specific cut at the salon, but if you want to go the sariling sikap route, hairdresser and YouTuber Brad Mondo has a bunch of really helpful tips to help you *not* mess up your new 'do.
How to do a DIY wolf cut
- Comb through all the hair, take a triangular fringe section and part down the centre. Starting on one side, over-direct the section to the opposite side and razor from short to long. This will create the guideline for the rest of the frame.
- Repeat on the other side.
- Cut an A-line perimeter using a razor for a soft and textured end.
- To create separation and added texture, take 1” sections throughout and twist-razor cut or point cut in alternating directions.
- Create long, soft layers working at 90-degrees and slicing. To maintain length, only remove the corners.
- Blast hair upside down with a hairdryer for an undone look before adding extra texture to dry hair.
- Go back into the fringe section and slice into it with the razor, adding more choppiness and texture. Work from the centre out to the sides to direct and push the hair away from the face.