We’ve all been there, lost in the jungle of hairstyle choices! But fear not! Brad Mondo, the hair guru, is here to rescue us from the hair drama. In his recent video, he breaks down the viral wolf cut and the dreamy butterfly cut, making sure we slice through the confusion before we take the scissors to our locks.
You know Brad Mondo, right? That charming hairstylist and social media sensation, renowned for his “Hairdresser Reacts” series and brilliant hair tutorials? Well, in his latest guide, he’s unraveling the mysteries behind these two trendy cuts, helping us make an informed, confident choice.
So, what’s the scoop? The wolf cut, it’s bold, it’s structured – a fusion of shag and mullet vibes with a modern twist. It’s your ‘70s throwback with a hint of sass. On the other hand, the butterfly cut is soft, flowy, and heavily layered, resembling the elegance of butterfly wings.
To craft a wolf cut, your stylist will gather your mane into a top ponytail to create those edgy layers. Meanwhile, for the butterfly cut, it’s all about separating the hair into twin ponytails and sculpting those layers to perfection. Similar techniques, different vibe.
Let’s dish out the perks! The wolf cut is an instant style statement, perfect for wavy or curly tresses, and low on maintenance. But it might not be a match made in heaven for super straight hair. Plus, if you don’t style it right, it can go wild! “But also we can learn how to style our hair,” reassures Brad. Talk about a mood booster!
Now, the butterfly cut is extremely versatile and leans toward femininity. It pumps up the volume and flatters almost any face shape. Mind that maintaining that glamorous flow demands regular trims and styling sessions to keep the magic alive.
Brad hypes up how vital (and fun!) it is to know your face shape for nailing that perfect haircut every single time you hit the salon! A wolf cut is amazing for round and oval faces, giving that extra oomph and structure. In his opinion, a butterfly cut hits the jackpot with heart-shaped or square faces. It softens the angles and amps up the femininity.
Styling tips, anyone? For the wolf cut, embrace your natural texture, use wave foam or sea salt spray for that casual chic vibe. Or, opt for a blowout with leave-in creams and oils for that soft, radiant glow.
For the butterfly cut, swap in a volumizing foam, concentrate on the roots for mega volume, and finish with leave-in creams for that heavenly blowout. Or, if you’re into texture, wave foam or sea salt spray is your jam!
Wrapping it up: different vibes, different movements. A butterfly cut is weightless and ethereal. A wolf cut is edgy and statement-making. Still confused? Brad’s advice is to consult a pro stylist for that personalized magic touch!
When in doubt, trust Brad Mondo to guide you through the snips and clips to a fabulous, confidence-boosting haircut!
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