Take a bit of that easy laidback energy into summer 2021 with this simple style. These face-framing layers are super flattering.Straight-haired friends worry not. This style looks just as great on silky fine straight strands as it does on curly hair. We love the way the layers flow into each other when the wolf cut is worn with straight strands. The wolf cut, one of this summer’s hottest haircut trends, is a modern iteration of the shag that we can’t get enough of.
The shorter layers around the crown create a lot of volumes, with longer layers in the back. It has shorter choppy layers on the top and longer choppy layers around the sides and back. Framed by soft and graduate getting lint out of hairbrush layers around the face, the Korean wolf cut is a favorite with US, UK, and Korean celebrities. It is essential to keep hair nourished and hydrated and not strip hair of its natural oils after a haircut.
A wolf cut on straight hair needs plenty of volume and texture. If you have some texture in your hair already, you won’t need to do as much since your natural curls and waves will automatically give the cut some movement. Johnson recommends using a touch of texturizing cream and working it through your hair, scrunching as you go.
The soft, rounded layers, waves and curls cascade like a waterfall. In the shape of a upside down teardrop, tapering into a softly rounded V-shape at the ends. Taking out the heavy bulk and weight of the hair, creating lots of body and movement.
Examine the back with the mirror to see how your new cut falls. If you can, go to a professional known for the look so you can get the style just how you want it. But if you want to DIY it, you can definitely do so too. There are tons of videos TikTok and YouTube showing how you can achieve the look at home with just rubber bands or hair ties, a pair of scissors, and a comb.