Wolf Cut is TikTok’s Latest Celebrity-Approved Hair Trend
When Billie Eilish revealed it platinum blonde hair in the world in March of this year, the Internet has collectively lost its mind. Eilish’s once black hair with green roots and a mullet hairstyle has been replaced with shiny blonde locks cut into a mullet-meets-shag ‘do. And now, several months later, this haircut is making the rounds on TikTok and is known as the âwolf cutâ.
Both mullet and shag haircuts have grown in popularity this year and the beauty of the wolf cut is that it mixes these two styles to create a slightly softer version. It still features choppy layers and curtain bangs, but doesn’t require a lot of maintenance to ensure the hair stays in the required style. The wolf cut allows a bit more flexibility, apparently works on a number of hair types, and allows you to leave a bit of time between haircuts.
Similar to the One Minute Mullet, some TikTok users took matters into their own hands and cut their hair into a wolf cut at home. Unlike the One Minute Mullet, which requires putting all of your hair in a ponytail and cutting the end of the hair to create a choppy cut, this style requires segmenting the hair into layers, as seen above .
As the video shows, this cut works on different hair types and textures, making it a versatile style. And, for those who don’t want to undertake the wolf cut on their own (we don’t blame you!), Simply go to your hairdresser and ask for shaggy layers throughout your hair, as well as bangs. curtain. Describe the look you’re going for and show them reference photos to make sure you’re both on the same page.
The beauty of this cut is that you can make it as sweet or dramatic as you want. For a more understated wolf cut, you’re looking to emulate Eilish’s style, while a number of TikTok users have leaned heavily on the wolf cut and made their hair look super frizzy and choppy. Even those with short hair can try their hand at this cut – it’s the TikTok trend that keeps on giving.