Alongside the great classics, from the pixie to the bob, there is a new trend that is setting the trend in this 2021... and that will continue to make a splash even in autumn and winter, we are talking about the woolf cut !

His rise begins in Japan and has come to conquer the whole world, including the idols of generation Z, such as Miley Cyrus and Billie Elish.

The woolf cut is a very scaled cut full of volume, with an undoubtedly rock style! It is a hybrid between mullet And shag , inspired by the rebel and punk aesthetics of the 70s and 80s.

The name refers to "woolf" (wolf) due to its wild nature and intentionally wavy and tousled style.

This cut is usually accompanied by a long curtain fringe, but it is very versatile and adapts to enhance very different faces.

In fact, thanks to the play of tufts and fringes, it allows you to enhance or hide the features.

It's perfect for those who want a length just above the shoulders, but it can also be done on long hair, because its characteristic is not the length, but the scaling.

Those who want to experiment with this cut don't have to worry about having the right hair type, because the woolf cut adapts incredibly well to both straight and wavy or curly hair.

It is ideal for thinning very voluminous hair, but good results can also be obtained with thin hair.


A fluffy, light and cheeky hairstyle, which is super easy to maintain!

If you prefer a more classic style, the BOB never goes out of style, and for autumn it gets shorter!

The most popular at the moment is the so-called airy bob (like the one recently chosen by Michelle Hunziker), an airy cut which, with its overturned tuft and voluminous styling, fights the flat effect.

But if you don't want to say goodbye to long hair, opt for the autumn must... the curtain fringe !

The easiest to wear and which follows the growth of the hair, transforming from bangs to tufts within a few months.

Change your look by relying on the experience of Crinihair hairstylists

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