Animal inspired cutouts: wolf, butterfly, octopus and jellyfish
New visuals, ideas, or even updated aesthetics are constantly emerging. This time several hairstyles have names inspired by animals. Easy there! No one will be like a wolf or a jellyfish. But the cut has some features that are similar to these little animals.
Wolf cut (wolf cut)
It features parted locks, more volume on the top and sides of the head. It can be done on long or shorter hair, as the main idea is to add volume and movement around the face, as singer Billie Eilish did.
Styling should provide more balance, such as waves. Here, CLAUDIA, I have already taught step by step that you should do at home. It is also possible to introduce a brush or even allow the locks to dry naturally.
This style has a more retro feel, thanks to the layered haircut and longer, voluminous bangs, reminiscent of the looks of the top models of the 1990s. To copy the butterfly cut of the inflator Matilda Jerffask your stylist to do a few layers starting at chin height combined with a fringe.
A modeled brush is required for finishing. Simply apply a cc cream and dry the strands with a medium brush. Separate long locks and install rollers. Wait a few minutes, then simply release and finish with a setting spray.
Octopus cut (octopus cut)
It is an adaptation of shags and drums. Characterized by layers that peak from the top of the head creating more volume around the face and elongated locks with less volume recreating the tentacles of an octopus. Styling also requires movement, so take the time to let your natural texture take over. It is worth applying CC Cream and kneading the strands after the shower so that they do not become even.
Bet on modeling powder to get more volume on top of the head. It is worth remembering. layered locks need periodic maintenance to maintain shedding, so make some time in your schedule to return to the salon every 40 days for a re-trim.
Jellyfish Cut (Jellyfish Cut)
Without a doubt, the jellyfish cut is the boldest style on this list. Inspired by Japanese cut hime cutA trend from the 1970s and 1980s, the look features shorter locks in the front, finished with a straight base, and is long in the back, like the actress’s. Nicole Kidman.
Although it looks easy to replicate, if you’re thinking of investing in this look, seek out an experienced professional as the results can be disastrous.
The trend is modern and carries a more minimalist aesthetic, requiring a smooth finish, meaning it’s indicated for flat or straightened locks. And lots of glitter spray to power the look.