Fluffy Bichon Frise Teddy Bear Cut

If you have a Bichon Frise puppy, you have a small and sturdy dog with a big personality. It’s often has a comedic character and plenty of hair that you can shape in various ways if you are creative with a trimmer.

The Cute Face

The Cute Face is similar to the Round Head, but you cut the hair closer to the face, especially around the muzzle, and you trim the ears, so they don’t disappear. This Bichon Frise haircut is a little easier to maintain than the Round Head, and the dog will tend to get less food and dirt stuck in the fur.

The Q-Tip is a cut midway between the Round Head and the Cute Face. You trim the hair, so it is round, but most people keep the hair a bit closer to the face around the mouth. You fluff the hair to look like cotton and the tail is often left long.

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  • The Bell Ear

    The Bell Ear Bichon Frise Haircut is a trim that accentuates the ears by cutting the hair short on most of the body but leaving much of the hair around the ears, which allows them to stand out. You can fluff them along with the tail to achieve the cotton look or leave them as is.

    The 21 Bichon Frise Haircuts & Grooming Styles

    We searched the internet and talked with all of our Bichon Frise owning pets to find as many hairstyles you can put on a Bichon Frise, and we were able to come up with 20 that we are sure your pet will love.


    What is the difference between a teddy bear cut and a puppy cut?

    Teddy bear cuts are similar to puppy cuts in that they involve an even cut around the whole body. The only difference is that they’re geared more towards curly-haired dogs like Poodles, Labradoodles, Goldendoodles, and any other -oodle you can think of!

    How do I make my Bichon Frise Fluffy?

    The teddy bear cut is a Poodle or Doodle cut in which the hair is kept at about 1-2 inches long at all parts of the dog’s body, including the face. Traditional Poodle cuts have the face shaved closely to the skin. If shaved, the face looks more serious, regal and show-dog like.