The ‘Fox Cut’ Is About to Be Everywhere This Fall
10.08.2023 - 14:17
, which combines shorter choppy layers at the top with longer layers toward the bottom—kind of like the top and bottom wings of a butterfly. Ditto, the —a ballsy half short, half long mullet style for the rebels—and arguably TikTok's fave feral chop, the , a shaggy, layered mash-up between the shag and the mullet.But heading into autumn, the fox cut is coming for the crown with a sleeker, glossier, slinkier alternative to the wolf cut if you're not ready to commit to those short layers.While the wolf is shaggier, the fox cut has a little more glamour to it.
It still relies on layers, but they're longer, more subtle, and deliberately structural, falling around the cheekbones, jawbone, and clavicle. “The fox cut has emerged as an evolved and sophisticated version of the wolf cut hair trend, offering a more subtle yet glamorous look,” says pro hair stylist and Wella's Color and Trend ambassador .The fox cut has a sleeker , so it’s great if you want something that looks a little more polished while still offering voluminous layers.
“This hairstyle artfully combines elements from both the wolf cut and traditional layered styles, resulting in a unique and versatile appearance,” says Cobella. “One of the key features is its ability to create the illusion of thickness on fine, long hair.
By incorporating strategic layers and texturizing techniques, the fox cut adds volume and movement, making it an excellent choice for those with thinner hair who desire a fuller, more voluminous look.” And, if you try the fox cut and get a taste for choppy layers, you can always take it a step further. “The fox cut acts as a stepping stone towards the wolf cut, as it provides a transitional option for those who are not yet ready for the