Wolf Cut Hair Ideas for an Edgy, New Look!

Get to know the haircut that's been trending on TikTok!

Love layered haircuts? Try the wolf cut hair. It has long hair at the back and choppy layers at the sides. It combines the characteristics of a shag haircut and the silhouette of a mullet.

A wolf cut hair often has bangs and is usually worn shoulder-length, but you can also rock it on long hair. The key is defining your layers and styling them to create a wildly textured ‘do.

If this haircut intrigues you and you want to try it, check out these hair pegs and learn how to rock this hair trend.

1. Wolf Cut Hair With Wispy Bangs

Woman with wolf cut hair
Complement your wolf haircut with wispy bangs. Credit: Jon Meza from Pexels

Make your fringe wispy to match the tousled look of your layers. Ditch the comb and style your bangs with your fingers to style your hair this way.

Editor’s tip: Nail any haircut or hairstyle by starting with clean and nourished hair. We recommend using TRESemmé Detox & Nourish Shampoo. It has green tea extract which is known for its antioxidant properties and Hawaiian ginger root extract which soothes and moisturizes. It also has tea tree oil which has antibacterial, antifungal, and anti-inflammatory properties. This shampoo gently cleanses and detoxifies your hair, leaving it fresh, smooth, and healthy. 

After shampooing, use TRESemmé Detox & Nourish Serum Conditioner. It provides lightweight conditioning to keep your hair nourished and smooth without weighing it down. 

2. Wolf Cut Hair With Hat

Woman with a wolf cut hair wearing a hat
Jazz up any hairstyle in an instant by wearing a hat. Credit: Jon Meza from Pexels

Give your wolf haircut a street-chic vibe by putting on a hat. Part your fringe at the center and finger-comb them towards the sides to create curtain bangs.

3. Long Layers

Asian woman with long layered hair
Nail a wolf cut with messy, textured layers. Credit: Jasmin Chew from Pexels

Got face-framing layers? Scrunch your hair to give it texture and create a messy-chic look. It’s also a clever way to keep thin hair from looking flat and limp. You can also add light or medium brown highlights to make your layers more defined.

4. ’90s Pigtails

Woman with shoulder-length hair with half-up pigtails
Get a ’90s-inspired look with this hairstyle. Credit: Jon Meza from Pexels

Bring on the nostalgia by tying the upper section of your hair in ’90s half-up pigtails. This hairstyle creates a youthful look while showcasing your hair’s texture and choppy layers.

5. Flipped-Out Ends

Asian woman with wolf cut hair
This hairstyle adds bounce and movement to a wolf haircut. Credit: Shutterstock

Styling your wolf cut hair this way gives it a retro vibe. To do this, use a straightening iron, clamp a section of your hair, and iron the tips outwards to form a J-shape. Do this on all sections of your hair. Don’t worry if the shape of the tips is not uniform; the mess makes this hairstyle edgy.

Editor’s tip: Did you know that brushing and styling can damage your hair? Keep your hair protected with Dove Advanced Keratin Mask. It’s boosted with Kera-Shield, which consists of a potent shot of keratin and a nourishing layer of vitamins and niacinamide. This treatment mask targets damaged spots and protects your hair from the weakening effects of styling. Use it weekly to get the best results. 

There you have it! Get a wolf cut how and prepare to stand out with your new look.

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