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What Is Jellyfish Haircut?Fashion Trend Hot In Tiktok

This entry was posted in Types By Bella

From the wolf cut to the butterfly layer, finding hair inspiration from animals has become a trend in 2022, and the jellyfish haircut has become popular among celebrities. Imagine if you lived in the ocean, what kind of sea creature would you want to be? Do you want to be an octopus with a full, fluffy head shape or a jellyfish with a mushroom-like head like that, with angelic tentacles draped below the head? Using the shape of a marine animal as our hair inspiration seems to be a very good choice, and today we will choose the jellyfish haircut to explain this look in detail.

jellyfish haircut

Ⅰ. What is jellyfish haircut?

This is actually a half-length, half-short hairstyle, like the marine animal jellyfish, the whole head is in a shorter bob shape, while under the head is relatively long and thin hair. Like jellyfish, with long and thin tentacles, the top has a full and rounded shape, people apply the body shape of jellyfish to the haircut, and we can clearly see that the jellyfish haircut is not connected to the two parts, the top is very short layers, the bottom layer is long and textured, this haircut is very popular on TikTok at present. Let's use the data to show its amazing popularity, which has accumulated 1.6 billion views so far.


Ⅱ. The origin of jellyfish haircut

You would think that the jellyfish haircut must have originated from a marine animal, which is true from the point of view of appearance, but the resemblance is only in shape, and it is not a simple matter to really blend the haircut with the shape of a jellyfish. So to understand the root of jellyfish haircut has to start with a hairstyle that originated in Japan. The two hairstyles have a very similar look. The hime haircut is a hairstyle that originated in Japan during the Heian period for aristocratic women. This is a ritual that has been passed down from the Japanese. After this ritual, a Japanese girl's hair looks shorter in the front and longer in the back. It wasn't until later that the hime haircut became popular and common, and in Japan at the time, many noble women wore it for life in order to show off their status, they wore this kind of hair all their lives. The jellyfish haircut looks so similar to the hime haircut in appearance that you can probably guess that the jellyfish haircut is also inspired by the Japanese hime haircut, the difference is that the former is more daring The difference is that the former is more avant-garde haircut will apply more bright and novel hair color, while the hime haircut is more of a choice of Japanese native hair color, brown or black more.

hime haircut

Ⅲ. Why jellyfish haircut become so popular?

Not long ago, Nicole Kidman and her husband arrived at the Los Angeles premiere of "The Northerners" at the Chinese Theatre, and her look attracted a lot of attention as soon as she appeared and sparked a debate on social media about the jellyfish haircut. People are debating whether Nicole Kidman's look The first time many people learned about this look was because of Nicole Kidman. But there is no doubt that people think this look is very edgy and fashionable, and many people have wanted to try it because of Kidman's hairstyle, and with the millennial look and With the popularity of self-media, the jellyfish haircut has also become more rich and diverse, people are starting to try to mix and match colors or curly jellyfish haircut, next we will look at these looks.

1. Dark green pick dye jellyfish haircut

 Dark green pick dye jellyfish haircut

The dark green hair color, lime green mixed with black hair as well as dark green as the main hair, looks extremely trendy. This jellyfish haircut is perfect for girls who love pop culture and who are looking for individuality, you can pair it with exaggerated or gothic looking You can pair it with exaggerated or gothic looking earrings or necklaces, with a dark sweater or BM style t-shirt, it will be very fashionable.

2. Short shag jellyfish haircut

Short shag jellyfish haircut

This hairstyle is suitable for those who like a low profile and casual look, and it is also a somewhat unisex hairstyle. Many people like the wrapped nature of jellyfish haircut but don't like the short bob hair and long hair layering too much, this hairstyle can neutralize such doubts very well. Simply cut The short hair is to highlight the features of the jellyfish haircut while the long hair is to blend in better with the hair underneath and make the separation less obvious.

3. Pink jellyfish haircut

Pink jellyfish haircut

The best way to get a jellyfish haircut is to use a perm technique to extend the bangs outward so that the look is more unusual and more in line with your daily mix and makeup.

What is a jellyfish haircut?

In recent years, the look has been associated with many anime characters. Visually, the jellyfish haircut lands somewhere between a mullet, a shag and a hime cut: a 360-degree bob with longer hair underneath, close to the nape of the neck, with strands of varying length to create a layered look.

How do you soothe a jellyfish sting?

Most jellyfish stings can be treated as follows: Carefully pluck visible tentacles with a fine tweezers. Soak the skin in hot water. Use water that's 110 to 113 F (43 to 45 C). It should feel hot, not scalding. Apply 0.5% to 1% hydrocortisone cream or ointment twice a day to the affected skin.

Is the hime cut traditional?

While most people think the hime cut simply originated from Japanese anime and manga, this hairstyle actually traces back its roots from Japanese history itself. It is associated with tradition and is believed to be the court style among noblewomen during the Heian period (795 to 1185).

  • Lisa B
    Lisa B
    Hi! I gave myself this haircut yesterday and absolutely love it. It was so easy and only took about 10 minutes. I have thick, wavy hair so this style is my absolute favorite. Thanks for posting!!
    It’s a great throw back to the 70’s…love the simplicity of the haircut! Can’t wait to try it :)
  • TRo
    I love it! It looks awesome for short & long lengths all in one haircut.
  • Moriah M
    Moriah M
    I love your approach to the front of this cut. Most of the 'octopus' cuts I'm seeing have 'shag fringe' and I don't like that look with my features. The length you chose seems much more distinct and really set this style apart, in my opinion.
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