If you love to doodle, one of your favorite pastimes is to doodle dog haircuts. You can create an enormous number of designs with doodle dog cutters and stencils, and they’re so much fun to do! When it comes to doodle dog hairstyles, you have a wide array of options. Some are basic, some are complicated, some are cute, others are downright hilarious.
Many people start by picking a simple doodle dog cut that they enjoy the look of. The most popular style is probably the plaid doodle. It’s perfect for any dog owner who wants their pet to look fashionable but also loves doodles. A classic plaid doodle dog cut is one that starts with a short pom-pom length haircut and ends with a high-waisted towel-style top that falls halfway down the back of your dog’s neck.
If you’re more ambitious about your doodle pet designs, you can combine many of them to create an overall “do.” A lot of people like to doodle dog chests, and you can do the same with doodle pet quiffs. A chestnut coat looks good on both short and long-haired dogs, but it works particularly well with curly-thick hair. You can also try adding a feathered collar and feather boa or feather Boas to your frowzy doodles.
Another popular doodle dog cut is the doodle head. If you’ve ever seen somebody doodling away at a blank piece of paper, chances are this is what they were doing. A doodle head looks great on almost any dog, although long haired breeds may look better with a different style of hair. A bald eagle doodle looks nice but remember that you should probably shave your dog’s head as bald dogs don’t do well with any kind of shading or patterning.
Another fun doodle dog haircut idea is a Mohawk. This look has become increasingly popular over the past few years and is great for both men and women. To do a Mohawk, you simply divide your hair in half and then do a vertical split right down the middle of your head. Then you take some good scissors and hold each half of your hair together with a single application of glue. Once you’ve got your Mohawk, you can do some variations by either painting it white or adding details to it.
If you want your doodle dog cut to really stand out, you can go really simple. One variation is to do a Mohawk right down the middle of your back. Then you can add some variation to the Mohawk by doing an angled part near the top, creating an arch. You can also take a Mohawk and do a two line version down one side of your neck. This one is a real popular design and works well on a short mane or a long mane.
Finally, there is the traditional Mohican doodle. This is a popular design and has a lot of history behind it. Originally used to do battle on the Plains of Abraham, the warriors would do their own hair. That’s why there is such a variety of doodle dog cut styles. Some of them are very elaborate, but there are many more that are simple and easy to do.
No matter which doodle dog cut you choose, remember that your appearance is not only based off of how you look now, but it’s also influenced by what kind of person you are. If you are outgoing and love to talk, then a Mohawk is perfect for you. If you are a shy person that doesn’t speak a whole lot, then the Mohawk is probably for you.