So anyone who has watched the South Korean thriller series Squid Game will know HoYeon Jung.
Did anyone else watch the whole series thinking "I LOVE her hair?"... I mean other than being somewhat distracted by some seriously graphic and intense scenes, that's what I was thinking.
Anyway, doing some web searching, I was quite interested to know that HoYeon Jung's hairstyle in the show was actually a short wolf cut with bangs!
So if you're wondering - can a wolf cut be short? Then the answer is yes!
And so revealing another dimension to the wolf cut that we hadn't considered before.
So with that, how about we do a little deep dive into the different ways you can rock a wolf cut?
Let's do it.
BTW, if you're not sure what a wolf cut is, we've got the low down here. Also, if you don't know the difference between a wolf cut and a shag, click here.
Short with bangs
Wispy curtain bangs and choppy layers make this short shape so distinctive.
Get the look: With texture! De Lorenzo's Elements Sandstorm has hold AND texture. Win.
Team it with a mullet
Look, a wolf cut already has a bit of a mullet quality to it, but you can choose to exaggerate the bottom layer to create a more obvious mullet.
Get the look: Get your hands on the GHD Original Styler to create waves and shine.
Long and textured
Yep, this is a wolf cut! In all its long, textured, face framing goodness!
Get the look: The Mermade Interchangeable blow dry brush will help you achieve these voluminous, barrel waves.
With curtain bangs
To break up the heaviness, a curtain fringe can be a bit softer. Check out this glorious cut with equally glorious colour.
With chunky, heavy bangs
Heavier, more wolfy wolf cut with a super heavy fringe for a dramatic vibe.
What sort of face shape is a wolf cut best suited to?
Any! But, if you've got a more square face, we'd recommend going for a more wispy wolf cut, while an oval shape face can really do whatever they want with their style.