There is one haircut that has been popping up on everyone’s radar recently; the wolf cut. This cut has become a viral TikTok sensation and is loved by women because it is edgy and rebellious. The haircut is defined by its heavy layers and volume at the crown and looks like a mixture of shag and mullet. Many women have created it themselves in the comfort of their home by tying the hair into a ponytail and cutting the ends, but it may be best to head to the salon to create the look of your dreams. The great thing about this cut is its versatility, and it can be created on all lengths and hair textures. It also lends itself well to color and can be more dramatic or subtle, depending on your preference. Keep reading to find out everything you need to know and become inspired!
1. Long Textured Wolf Haircut
You have probably heard about the wolf cut or seen it trending on social media, and this is because there is a lot to love for this edgy and cool hairstyle. The cut can be created on all hair lengths but is excellent on longer hair, giving it a more textured and undone appearance that is less choppy. Long hair can also make the wolf cut more subtle; the top and bottom layers appear more blended. Although the appearance is deliberately messy, you need to style your hair, which is made much easier if it is naturally wavy or curly.
2. Blended Wolf Haircut with Curly Hair
The wolf haircut is versatile and can be created on all hair lengths and textures. Curly hair is ideal as it is already voluminous and full of movement, which complements the layers of the cut. It also creates a more blended and subtle look, with the curls adding a softness to your appearance; on straight hair, the choppy layers are more noticeable. Wear the cut with bangs that fall gently across the face, softening it while also highlighting your best features.
3. Wolf Haircut with Messy Curtain Bangs
The wolf haircut has been popping up everywhere after becoming a viral trend on TikTok, and there is a lot to love about this style. For starters, it is versatile, lending itself well to different lengths, and can be achieved on all hair textures. It is ideal for creating volume and giving your hair movement. It makes a deliberately messy and unstyled appearance, giving you an effortlessly cool look. The cut can be adapted to suit your preference, this includes how you style the fringe, and curtain bangs are a great addition. These bangs will frame the face like a curtain on a window and are incredibly flattering. They can be long or short, full or wispy, and will transform your hair and highlight your facial features.
4. Bleached Blonde Wolf Haircut
Bleached blonde hair is ideal for showing off your hair texture and highlighting your chosen cut. This color looks unnatural, with a slight yellow tinge, but is great for those who want to make a statement; if you love the idea of trying out a fresh and modern cut, like the wolf cut, which combines the shag and the mullet, then wearing it with bleached hair will highlight the choppy layers. You can also wear it with curtain bangs for a flattering and youthful approach that will draw attention to your facial features. The only downside is that bleach can be damaging, and it is important to work with a trained colorist to minimize this damage.
5. Choppy Layered Wolf Haircut
If you have been looking for inspiration for your next cool hairstyle, look no further than the wolf cut. The cut combines a shag and a mullet, creating a heavily textured and cool finish that can be achieved on hair of all lengths. The way the hair falls around the face can also frame it, which is exceptionally flattering. The choppy layers give the hair volume and movement. This is an edgy look that is reminiscent of the 70s and the 80s rockstars but with a modern twist.
6. Medium Length Blue Hair with Wolf Cut
What better way to express yourself than with bright hair colors? Blue hair is a color that will demand attention and make you stand out from the crowd. It is also associated with calmness, freedom, and creativity, and who doesn’t want to channel these vibes with their hair? Dyeing your hair an unnatural shade also lets you have fun and show your playful side to the world. If you want a cut that complements your bold choice of hair color, a wolf cut is what you need. It is heavily layered, edgy, and effortlessly cool, and it can be highlighted even more by your color choice. The wolf haircut can be achieved on hair of all lengths and textures and give you volume and movement.
7. Rainbow Wolf Haircut
Hair doesn’t get much more expressive than opting for a rainbow head of hair. This hairstyle combines several colors to mimic the appearance of a rainbow and has been popular since the 70s thanks to the punk scene; although, over the years, it has changed to have a more modern twist. It can be created on all haircuts and lengths; trying out the trendy wolf cut is a great choice and can complement the edginess of the style. This cut is a mixture of the shag and a mullet, with short layers on top, creating volume and longer layers in the back. You can strategically place your color in a way that frames the face or highlights the choppiness of the cut.
8. Daring Two Tone Wolf Haircut
The two-tone hairstyle is not for the faint of heart and takes a lot of confidence to pull off. The colors you choose could be any combination, including natural shades of browns and blonde, to bright and bold colors that demand attention. You can also experiment with the placement of the colors; on a wolf cut, this could be one color on the top of the head and another on the bottom. The cut is fuller, with shorter, choppy layers on the top and longer layers on the bottom. The right color combination can accentuate the cut, even more, leaving you looking effortlessly cool.
9. Fiery Red Hair with Voluminous Wolf Haircut
Red hair is bright and bold, making it a perfect color for drawing attention to your haircut and texture. Even the simplest looks are great on red hair, but the color complements something daring like the wolf cut. The choppy layers will be more visible, and you can wear the hair long or short, depending on your preference. You can also style it with bangs, including face-framing curtain bangs or a wispy fringe to add a softness to your look.
10. Thick Fringe and Wolf Cut
The wolf cut is a gender-neutral hairstyle that is excellent for highlighting your natural hair texture. It can be done with all lengths and adapted to suit your preference; this could be with interesting colors or experimenting with different fringes. If you have thick hair, you may want to retain some of the volume on the top of the head, including with the fringe. A more defined fringe can create a contrast with the thin and choppy layers on the bottom half of the head. The wolf cut works well on thick hair as it can complement the heavy layering and remove bulk and weight. The appeal of the cut is that it looks messy and undone, leaving you with a relaxed aesthetic. Plus, it has an effortlessly cool vibe.
11. Wolf Haircut on Wavy Hair
One of the best hair textures for the wolf cut is wavy hair. The cut is defined by its heavy layers, which create a choppy and voluminous appearance. Length is kept on the top of the head by using short layers which are thinner toward the bottom. The natural waves in your hair make styling the cut much easier; it does need to be styled, despite looking as though you haven’t touched it. Wavy hair can boost volume but also achieve a more blended appearance. The wolf cut can be contrasting and harder to pull off on straight hair.
12. Wolf Haircut with Bold Pink Streaks
The wolf haircut combines the shag and the mullet, resulting in a heavily layered, choppy cut. It is not for someone who wants hair that blends into the crowd, and this is a cut designed to get you noticed. It is incredibly versatile, highlighting your natural hair texture and giving your hair volume. The cut can be personalized to suit your tastes; this includes adding interesting color to the hair, like bold pink streaks. This is a fun way to express yourself, but your choice of color is also symbolic. Pink is associated with femininity and love.
13. Short Hair Wolf Haircut with Layers
The wolf haircut is a style that relies heavily on layers. The top layers are cut shorter to give the crown more volume and fullness, while the rest of the hair appears thinner. It is a cut that can be created on hair of all lengths and textures, including short hair. The difference between short hair and longer lengths is that the cut will be much more noticeable and less blended when shorter. It will have a choppy appearance and could also be harder to style. That said, this is a wonderful option for someone who wants to express themselves with their hair and wants a fun, modern, and interesting look.
14. Wolf Haircut with Textured Orange Hair
Does it get cooler than the wolf cut? It does if you create the look on orange hair as the color is bold and bright and will demand attention. You can channel your inner rockstar with pink and orange ombre too. and show the world that you are not afraid to take risks. The wolf haircut is a combination of the mullet and the shag, and although this may seem like a challenging cut to pull off, it is surprisingly versatile and can be adapted to suit all hair lengths and textures. The cut focuses on heavy layers, giving your hair a choppy and voluminous finish.
15. Wolf Cut on Natural Hair with Bangs
You are in luck if you have naturally curly hair because the wolf cut will look amazing on you. The style creates volume on the top of the head and gets thinner toward the ends. If you like the idea of the cut and feel it would be a fresh and fun way to wear your hair, then take the plunge and do it. The appeal of your hair texture is that it will soften the layers, creating a more subtle finish. You can cut it to your desired length, keeping it short or long. Add bangs to draw attention to your features, complement the cut, and give you a youthful appearance.
16. Textured Wolf Haircut for Older Women
The wolf haircut has an effortless and unstyled appearance, which is deceiving as it does require some styling. For this reason, it works best on hair that is naturally textured which adds to the volume and prevents the hair from looking flat. The appeal of this cut is that it is surprisingly versatile and can be created in several ways, letting you adapt to suit your hair length, thickness, and type. For older women, the cut can make a youthful appearance.
17. Wolf Haircut on Straight Thin Hair
The wolf haircut is nothing if not versatile. Although it works best on hair that is thick and naturally textured, it can be adapted to suit all hair types and textures, including thin hair. If you have fine hair, it is best to keep your cut shorter, boosting volume and framing the face. With the wolf haircut, more length and volume are created on the top of the hair, with the cut gradually thinning out into choppy layers. This is ideal for those with thinner hair as it can make it look more voluminous and create the illusion of thicker, luscious locks.
18. Wolf Haircut with Shaved Sides
The wolf cut is incredibly versatile, and while the traditional approach blends the best of the shag and mullet styles, you can also make your look unique. The versatility of this cut makes it so appealing, and it can be worn on long or short hair and all textures and varying thicknesses. Adding shaved sides to the hairstyle makes an initially edgy look even more rebellious. The sides can also highlight the top of the head, where the layers are cut to create volume and fullness. The contrast between the sides and the hair on top makes for an interesting look that demands attention.
19. Cute Choppy Wolf Haircut with Blonde Hair
Blonde hair is a color that stands out without you having to try. Your chosen shade of blonde can lighten and brighten your appearance while also highlighting the cut and your natural hair texture. Darker shades are better at disguising hair dryness, frizz and damage, so keep this in mind and ensure your hair is in the best possible condition. A wolf cut will look great on blonde hair, and you can wear it so that it frames the face and draws attention to your eyes and cheekbones. Your cut doesn’t have to be heavily layered, and you can opt for a more subtle, blended approach which makes it easier to wear and incredibly flattering.
20. Spiky Wolf Haircut
The appeal of the wolf cut is that it is versatile, letting you personalize it to suit your hair texture and desired length, but also your style. You can combine your wolf haircut with spikes for a rebellious, punk-inspired look. Creating subtle spikes on top further highlights the hair on the crown, making it appear thicker and fuller but also voluminous. It is best to keep the spikes short and soft; do not go the 90s route where spikes were overly stiff.
21. Wolf Haircut with Thick Hair and Long Fringe
The wolf cut has an unstyled appearance, and this is part of its versatility as it can easily be worn on hair of different textures and lengths. You can also personalize it to reflect your preference best, frame your face, and highlight your features. One of the easiest ways to do this is with your fringe. Keeping it at a longer length can make it a breeze to grow out, but the way you wear it, ideally just below the browline, will draw attention to your eyes and make you look younger. The cut is also fantastic on thick hair, which complements the heavy layers.
22. Wolf Haircut with Blunt Bangs
The wolf cut can be adapted to suit different lengths and textures, but you can also tailor it to compliment your face shape with the choice of bangs you pair it with. Blunt bangs will transform your look, drawing attention to the face and highlighting your features. This cut can also give you a youthful glow and disguise forehead wrinkles and fine lines. The blunt cut works best on straighter hair which will show off the precision of the cut; on curly or wavy hair, it can have a softer, more blended appearance.
23. E-Girl Inspired Wolf Haircut
The E-Girl Haircut look is another trend that TikTok has inspired, and it makes sense to combine two trendy social media hairstyles; thus, the eGirl-inspired wolf haircut was born. The appealing thing about the eGirl aesthetic is that it is expressive, letting you find a way to show your fun side and also create a look that best reflects your style. One of the easiest ways to do this is with hair color, and the placement is everything with this cut. Strategically placed statement highlights will frame the face and complement the choppy layers. It can also be added to just one side of the hair to balance a side parting or just give your appearance some edge.
24. Subtle Wolf Haircut on Medium Length Hair
Some wolf cuts are heavily layered, and there is a distinct difference from the top of the head to the bottom; the layers on the top are shorter, creating fullness at the crown, while the bottom half of the hair is thinner. But you can also adapt it to suit your preference, including creating a more subtle and blended look. This is achieved by not using choppy layers. The result is a hairstyle that is easier to wear and can be worn on all hair lengths and textures. It works best on medium to thick hair that is longer, giving you a tousled finish instead of a heavily textured and layered one.
25. Short Wolf Haircut with Pink Wash
The wolf haircut is versatile and can be created on hair of different lengths, textures, and types. The cut is less precise with longer hair, while short hair is highlighted and appears even more choppy and layered. If you love this effortlessly cool and undone appearance, why have fun experimenting with different effects, including hair color? Pink is a universally flattering hue and is incredibly easy to wear. It pairs well on hair of all colors but is most noticeable on lighter shades; if you have naturally dark hair, you will have to bleach them to a lighter base tone for the pink to show up. Keeping the pink at just the end of the hair can highlight the cut, giving it a modern and fresh appearance.
26. Wolf Cut with Long Layered Hair
The wolf cut looks great on long hair, making it more subtle and less choppy. This is a cut that complements longer lengths and medium to thick hair textures. It is also a good way to remove bulk from long hair, as it adds layers throughout. It is a fresh and cool look without being too dramatic. This makes it more wearable and better suited to women of all ages; some of the shorter cuts are worn only by younger women. Personalize your hairstyle with bangs, including curtain bangs which can transform your look by framing the face and drawing attention to your eyes.
27. Wolf Haircut with Dreamy Curtain Bangs
Curtain bangs are one of the most popular additions to the wolf haircut, but there are several ways to try them out. This could be with thick and defined bangs or thin and wispy ones. The appeal of this cut is that it can give you a youthful appearance and works to frame your face. This can be incredibly flattering, highlighting your best features, including the eyes. For a soft, dreamy approach, you can achieve this look by blow-drying the hair, creating volume. Also, experiment with different color combinations, which can produce a contrast. This could highlight your bangs if they are a different shade from the rest of your hair. There are many options that can brighten and lighten your appearance or let you express yourself.
28. Wolf Haircut on Straight Hair
The wolf haircut is best on hair that is textured because it makes styling so much easier; you need to create volume and avoid the hair looking flat or lifeless. However, there is a definite pro to straight hair, making the layers more visible. The choppy cut is heavily layered, and this can show up better on hair that is not textured, although it will need more styling. Wearing it with a medium-length hairstyle will create the best results. You can also leave a few wispy pieces to fall around the face to add a softness to your look.
29. Short Bob-Inspired Wolf Haircut
The wolf haircut combines the shag and the mullet, giving a textured and voluminous look that can be adapted to suit different hair textures and lengths. This includes wearing it in a bob haircut length, which is classic and versatile. The length of the hair and the way it falls can complement all face shapes and looks good on women of all ages. It can also give you a youthful glow. Pairing this length with the texture of the wolf cut gives your hair a fresh and modern twist. You can opt for a bright and bold color, like orange or red, to highlight your look.
30. Feminine Wolf Cut on Natural Hair
The wolf cut features deliberately uneven layers, giving you texture movement and making the hairstyle easy to pull off. This is an incredibly versatile cut and can be worn long or short, with the color of your choosing and on all hair textures. It is an androgynous look that blends a shag and a mullet for a daring finish. However, the style is more blended and less striking on natural hair. The layers feel less choppy, giving your appearance a softness and femininity.
31. Pastel Pink Wolf Cut on Thin Hair
The wolf haircut is incredibly versatile and lends itself well to different colors. Pastels are a great way to try out a color without being too dramatic and in-your-face. This is because pastel hair is washed out, which creates a softer appearance. Pastels also complement all skin tones. You can add the chosen shade to your hair in various ways; this could be with a dip-dye effect, concentrating the color on the ends. Or it could be with streaks of color throughout or focused around the face for a framing effect. With thin hair, the strategic placement of color can also shift the focus away from the thinness.
32. Fluffy Blow Dry Wolf Cut
The wolf haircut is a popular choice because it is textured and voluminous. If you love big hair, you can add to this by using heat styling and blow-drying. The process is also great for achieving different textures, and it can create curls, waves, or straight hair. This cut would be an excellent option for drawing attention to the layers throughout the hair, particularly around the face. The more volume, the better, and it can soften your features and frame your face. Big hair looks healthy, thick, and full of life.
33. Pixie Wolf Cut
You have probably seen the wolf cut on social media and wondered if you can pull it off. This combo between the mullet and shag is excellent for achieving texture and volume; the layers make the crown appear full and voluminous, with hair thinning toward the ends. The appeal is that it can be created in various lengths, from short to long, and you can also take some aspects of the cut that you like, such as the heavy layers, and work them into a different style. The pixie cut is a short hairstyle for women that is classic and versatile. Add the choppiness and volume at the crown to your pixie, giving it a modern update.
34. Curly Hair Wolf Cut with Wispy Bangs
Curly hair is great for the wolf cut because it reduces styling. This is a voluminous and textured cut, and on straight hair, you need to spend more time achieving this, whereas, on curly hair, the result is effortless. The great thing about curly hair is that it can also soften the cut, making it less edgy and more wearable. Pair it with bangs of your choice to transform your face and highlight your features. Wispy bangs are thin and light and give the hair a feminine and romantic finish and draw attention to your eyes. They can also be easier to style than thicker bangs and those that require structure.
35. Mullet Wolf Haircut
The mullet wolf haircut is a variation of the cut that focuses more on the appearance of the mullet than the shag; the mullet keeps hair in the back while the top and sides are shorter. You have likely seen this version of superstar Miley Cyrus, who has been rocking the hairstyle for several years, highlighting the hair on the crown. It gives a voluminous and full finish, while the rest of the hair is heavily layered and thins toward the ends. The combination is edgy and cool and will lend itself well to bold and bright colors if you so wish. It is also surprisingly flattering, and the way the hair falls around the face can highlight your features.
36. Trendy Wolf Cut with Thin Bangs
For a good reason, the wolf cut is a viral sensation; it is a haircut that is easy to rock and creates an effortlessly cool finish. There are also many ways to wear it, and you can style it with heavy layers or keep them more subtle. The cut also works with thick and thin hair and complements all bangs, letting you personalize the look to your taste and complement your facial features. Thin bangs are an excellent choice for someone who doesn’t want to commit to full bangs, which can be challenging to style and require more maintenance. Having wispy pieces of hair fall on the face can also create a softness. Or, if your hair is naturally thin, your bangs will create a balance with the choppiness of the cut.
37. Short Straight Bob Wolf Cut
The wolf cut looks great with short hair, and you can keep it at bob length. This length is incredibly versatile and flattering on all face shapes. It is also ideal for women of all ages and will give you a youthful appearance. This is an especially appealing choice if your hair is thick, as it can look fluffy and voluminous. Although shorter length makes the hair more manageable, it can also be less styling involved if your hair is naturally textured; straight hair requires a bit more finessing to get it right.
38. Wolf Cut with Statement Highlights
Statement highlights are an 80s look that has made a big comeback in recent years because it is trendy and cool. Adding thick streaks of color to the hair can be incredibly flattering, especially when they are strategically placed to fall around the face, framing it. The colors you choose can be natural, for example, blonde highlights on brown hair, or more daring with a bright color like pink or blue. This versatile option can be created in various ways and has a youthful appearance.
39. Very Long Wolf Cut with Textured Hair
If you are looking for a fun and modern way to wear your long hair, why not try a wolf cut? The style lets you retain the length but adds heavy layers throughout the hair, creating a finish that falls somewhere between the mullet and the shag. It has a very edgy and rebellious look, making you think of rockers or punks, but it is also an excellent way to achieve volume and fullness. The wolf cut looks great on all hair types but is much easier to style on naturally textured hair; straighter hair can be harder to create lift. Feminine and cool, what is not to like?!
40. Natural-Looking Wolf Haircut on Brown Hair
There are different ways to style the wolf cut depending on your hair texture and desired length. You can opt for a look that is edgy and choppy, which demands attention, or you can decide on a more subtle version of the cut. Instead of thinning out the hair dramatically toward the ends and focusing all the volume on the top, you can work with your hairstylist to create a more blended appearance. Your haircut will feature short layers throughout but can be easily adapted to your preference to compliment your face shape. This can also be achieved with your choice of bangs, and curtain or blunt bangs are ideal.
41. Wolf Haircut with Textured Fringe
A fringe can draw attention to your best features and give you a youthful appearance. It can also disguise problem skin and hide fine lines or wrinkles. In addition, fringes can be adapted to suit all hairstyles, including the wolf cut. This cut has become a viral sensation because it is easy to do at home, and the choppy, heavily layered appearance gives you an effortlessly cool look. Wearing your hair with a textured fringe pairs well with the deliberately messy appearance of the wolf cut and complements it. You can style it long and straight or sweep it to the side, depending on your preference.
42. Wolf Haircut with Thick Hair and Bold Color
The wolf cut works well with thick hair because the choppy layers can remove weight and bulk. The thickness can also work well with the heavily layered cut without looking thin or scraggly. There are many ways to wear the wolf cut if you have thick hair, including experimenting with different lengths and colors. Most women opt to keep their hair long when thick, but this cut lets you try out both long or short hair. You can also try out different fringes, opting for full bangs to highlight the texture and complement your face shape. Bright colors can be added in many ways. This is an opportunity to have some fun with your appearance and complement your cut. Try a strip next to your side parting or on either side of curtain bangs.
43. Wolf Haircut with Neon Yellow Stripes
What is a guaranteed way to make your hair stand out? With neon yellow, of course! Adding strips of neon to your hair will demand attention, but they can also be strategically placed to complement your cut and frame your face. With a wolf cut, this could be on the sides of the face, highlighting your features. It can also give you an edgy, punk vibe. There is no denying that this hairstyle will turn heads and let you express your fun side, but the downside to neons is that they can be high-maintenance and will fade quickly.
44. Platinum Wolf Haircut
Platinum blonde is a bright and bold choice and instantly highlights your chosen cut. The hair color will lighten your appearance and is excellent for showing off your natural hair texture or an interesting style, like the heavily textured wolf cut. The downside to this color is that it undergoes bleaching and toning to achieve the desired hue, and this process can be incredibly damaging; this is especially true if your hair is darker. Platinum can also be time-consuming to achieve, high-maintenance, and expensive.
45. Very Curly Wolf Haircut with Volume
If you have very curly hair, then the wolf cut is excellent as it is a style that depends on volume and texture to keep it looking flat and lifeless. Curly hair is great because it makes even the most simple haircuts interesting, but the wolf cut can make your hair more manageable as the layers remove some of the bulk from the curls. It is also effortless to style, low-maintenance, and ideal for anyone who wants their hair to look thick, full, and healthy.
46. Long Wolf Cut with Subtle Blunt Ends
The wolf cut can be personalized with your choice of bangs and the way you choose to style and cut it, including opting for blunt ends. A standard blunt cut is without any layers, but this option offers a bit of both. This is a wonderful look that will complement your hair length and make the cut more noticeable. It is great on hair of all lengths, but the wolf cut can appear more blended and less choppy with longer hair.
47. Shag Wolf Cut
The wolf cut is defined by its layers and messy, unstructured appearance, which resembles a shag haircut and a mullet. The great thing about this cut is its versatility and can be adapted to suit a range of hair lengths and textures. You can also personalize the look with your choice of bangs or focus on one element of the hairstyle more, for example, giving the cut the appearance of a shag, with only a slight mullet vibe. The shag is a layered haircut that can make the hair appear thicker and more voluminous. It also gives the hair movement and depth. This is the perfect option for someone who wants a low-maintenance look that can also be incredibly flattering.
48. Split Dye Wolf Cut with Black and Yellow
The great thing about the wolf cut is that it is created to look unstructured and messy. The layers are also deliberately uneven, making this an effortless look to pull off and will leave you with an edgy hairstyle that can be easily adapted to suit you. It is also a cut that lends itself well to color, and there are few options as daring as the split-dye trend. As the name suggests, this look splits the hair in half, each with a different hue. It can be two contrasting or complementary artificial colors, or you could keep one side of your hair its natural color and add color to the other. There are many combinations to choose from, depending on how dramatic you want the result to be.
49. Curly Wolf Cut with Highlights
Regardless of your hair texture or desired length, you can try out the wolf cut. It is an edgy and versatile look that creates a deliberately messy appearance that can give you an effortlessly cool vibe. It may look like it requires no styling, but it does, and this is made easier on hair that is curly because it already has volume. Consider using highlights to add depth and dimension to your hair and lighten and brighten your appearance. This could either be with statement pieces on either side of the face, creating a framing effect, or a more subtle approach would be to add them throughout the hair. Work with your stylist to find a color that complements your natural hair and skin tone.
50. 90s Wolf Haircut
The wolf haircut has recently come on everyone’s radar because of its popularity on TikTok. But before it was a viral sensation, there was some version of the look that already existed, although it was much less dramatic. If we think back to the 90s, you may recognize this look that features heavy layers flicked out and textured. The look is also voluminous and frames the face but is sleeker.
What is a wolf cut haircut?
A wolf cut is a heavily layered haircut that resembles a combination of the shag and mullet. The appeal of this hairstyle is that it is low-maintenance and versatile and can be created on all hair textures and lengths.
How do I style a wolf cut?
The wolf haircut lends itself well to personalization, allowing you to adapt it to suit your preference and complement your hair texture and type. It can be styled in various ways, including with bold colors or edgy finishes. The key is creating volume and giving your hair a deliberately messy and undone appearance. If you need help styling your hair, many Youtube tutorials are available online to help you, or you can speak to a professional hairdresser.
Is a wolf cut easy to maintain?
A wolf cut is a low-maintenance look that is effortlessly cool. One of the reasons it is so popular is because the layers are deliberately uneven, giving you room for mistakes. It can also be cut at home and is styled to look undone and messy, although, for the best results, you should seek the help of a professional hairstylist. The hairstyle works best with naturally textured hair to give it lift and movement, making it even less hassle.
Can you get a wolf cut with thin hair?
Wolf cuts work best with thick hair but can also be styled with thin hair. It will give the illusion of thickness and create volume. This is achieved by focusing the volume and length at the top of the head, with the cut gradually thinning toward the ends. The key is not adding as many layers, which can overwhelm your hair and make it look even thinner.