Instead of shaving off all of your hair, go for a long pixie like the one seen above. For enhanced comfort, this short cut leaves hair around the face.
The pixie cut seen above is ideal for thick-haired women. The neck and sides are textured, yet the top is voluminous.
It's easy to style a longer pixie cut with voluminous, piece-y hair as seen above. Adding volume by blowing out your strands is easy!
The piece-y pixie cut style is perfect for thinner hair that yet needs volume. One of the most annoying aspects of a pixie cut with thin hair is that it goes limp.
Begin the day by securing your cut with gel or wax. To prevent appearing like you're wearing a hair helmet, tease a few strands away from your head.
This long, drapey pixie cut looks great on thin hair. It enables your hair to fall freely without teasing or stress.
When wearing a pixie cut, always add volume to the crown of your head. Otherwise, your hair may seem greasy or flat.
Texturization is crucial with pixie cuts. If you choose for a pixie, ask your stylist to texturize it as much as possible.
A fresh pixie cut is difficult to comb and separate. First, try combing it forward without separating it.
When getting a pixie cut, many women choose lengthier bangs. This option allows you to style your bangs in a number of ways to add interest to your cut.