Women’s Short Wavy Wolf Cut with a Razor

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May 27, 2024
Women’s Short Wavy Wolf Cut with a Razor

In this video taken from the internet, Sergey Zaroslav does a short wavy wolf cut. A wolf haircut is characterized as a mixture of a mullet and shag haircut. Wolf cuts have a mixture of bangs and layers and can be just about any length (short, medium or long). Here he does a curly short fluffy wolf style with bangs by using a razor create layers, this increases hair texture and volume. The wolf hairstyle is a trending look that younger women like to sport. You might have recognized a blonde wolf on Billie Eilish. It’s relatively low maintenance and works nicely with curly hair, wavy hair and even straight hair. Straight bangs or curtain bangs look good with this haircut as well. This short wolf haircut looks good with a variety of face shapes. It doesn’t look as good on thin hair but it can still work if texturing is kept light.

Sergey starts with contouring and uses a Feather Plier to razor the hair by bringing the hair forward to cut. He then creates layers on top with the Plier. Next, he addresses the sides and bangs which are cut short using a Feather Styling Razor. After diffusing, he addresses some final details using a Feather Styling Razor and some scissors. Note: The Feather Styling Razor used in this video is discontinued. You can see the current model here. It uses the same blades.

A few last notes. It can often be confusing to decipher between all the different kinds of women’s layered cuts. When searching for hair ideas you might come across the shag, wolf, butterfly, octopus or even jelly fish haircut. There always seems to be a new type of haircut on the rise. Understanding the differences between these hairstyles can be mind boggling when all you’re trying to do is give a short hair look with layers. All of these haircuts have similarities but there are differences in their styles as well. They are similar in that they all incorporate layers. Take some time to navigate their differences but know there are many grey areas between these cuts and to make matters more confusing you can combine some of these cuts too. This is one of those cuts where you can get creative and create your own variation of a style. On some level, there are no real right or wrong answers!

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