This Cute Thick Hair-Texture Pixie Hairstyle is Sassy and Simple to Style. The Length in the back is cut to the Nape and Layered up to the Crown. The Sides are cut Above the Ears with a V-Shaped Side-burn and Tapered up to the Top. A V-Shaped Side-burn makes the Hairstyle look more feminine. Length on the Top is cut Slightly Longer and Choppy Textured Layers are cut throughout the Top. A Texturizing Razor can be used to add Texture to the Layers, also “Point-Cutting” the Layers also adds some Texture to the Layers. A “Chipped” Full Bang is cut across the Front just Above the Eyebrows. Model has a Thicker Hair Texture which gives this Pixie added Height on top. This Pixie Hairstyle would also work with a Finer Hair Texture as well. This Pixie Haircut is Easy to Style and Easy to Maintain and the Longer Length on Top will give you more options for styling different ways.
TO STYLE: Shampoo with a Volumizing Shampoo and follow with a Light Conditioner. Apply a Volumizing Serum to damp hair and Blow-dry. Blow-dry the Back of the Hair against your head and the Sides of the Hair in a Downward motion using your fingertips. Blow-dry the Bang down against your Forehead, again using your fingertips to pull the Bang down as you dry. If you wish to Wear this Pixie off to one Side, direct the Hair over to whichever Side you choose, as you are blow-drying. When drying the top you can still use your Fingertips or you can use a Vent Brush. Whether you use your fingers or the Vent Brush, Lift the Up away from your head as you dry. Lifting as you dry gives the Hairstyle added Height and Fullness on top. Blow-dry the Crown of the Head towards the Back of the Head. Warm up a Texturizing Paste in your hands, then use your fingertips to Style the Top into place. Also use the Texturizing Paste to Smooth down any fly-away’s in the Back and on the Sides. Finish with a Light Hairspray if necessary. This Pixie Hairstyle shouldn’t take more than 15 minutes to style from start to finish.
This Sassy Medium-Short Pixie Hairstyle can be Styled Two-Ways, Edgy and Classic. The Length is Cut Slightly Longer than the Average Pixie Haircut which gives this Pixie some versatility when Styling. Choppy Layers are cut through-out the interior. The Length of the Sides is Cut so that the Hair is Slightly Covering the Tops of the Ears. Bangs are also cut Longer and Wispy for versatility. To Style the Edgy Pixie apply a Volumizing Serum to Damp Hair and blow-dry the hair with your head upside-down, directing the hair up and away from your face with your fingertips. Turn head right side up and dry the back down against your head. Use a Wax or Pomade warmed up in your hands, and Piece-out and Spike-up select strands of hair. Finish with a Light Hairspray if necessary. To Style the Classic Pixie…Apply a Smoothing Serum to Damp Hair and Blow-dry the Hair Over-to-the-Side using your fingertips and Dry the Back down against your head. You can also use a Wax or Pomade warmed up in your hands to Piece-Out or Smooth Down strands of hair, but this is optional. Use a Light -hold spray instead of Pomade or Wax if your prefer.
This Longer Length Wispy Pixie Hairstyle is Layered Shorter in the Crown and is Gradually Cut Longer Towards the Bangs and Sides. The Bang and Sides are Cut Longer and Left Wispy around the Edges, while the Length in the Back is also Cut Wispy and Slightly Longer along the neckline. Looking at the Hairstyle…you can see the Crown, the Back and the Top of Hair appears Thicker than the Wispy Sides and Bang area. Fine Textured Hair Appears Thicker when the ends have more of a “Blunt Cut”, having too much “wispy-ness” to the ends will make the Hair look Thin and Stringy, So use some caution On Fine Hair Texture when creating Wispy Ends. To Style this Pixie is fairly easy, and doesn’t require too much styling time. Apply a Volumizing Serum to damp hair and Blow-dry the Hair from the Crown forward using your fingers. A Medium Round Brush may be used on the Front Bang and Sides to give the Hair a Slight Bend under. Blow-dry the back of the Hair down-against-your-head with fingertips and Blow-dry sides Down and Towards your Face using a round brush if desired. Set in place with your fingers, then Finish with a Light-Hold Hairspray.
This Pixie Haircut is cut Short and the Front Bang is Flipped Up and Directed Over-to-the-Side. The Sides are Cut Above the Ear and Tapered into an Angled “V” Shaped Side-burn. Textured Layers are cut Through-out the Interior. The Back is also Cut Short, probably to the Hairline. If the Length in the Back was cut Longer, it would look disproportionate to the rest of the Haircut and more like a Mullet Hairstyle. The Length in the Bang area is Cut Slightly Longer than the rest of the Layers, and is also Textured which allows the Front to Flip-Up easier. You could Style the Bang Area Many ways…Styling the Bang across the Forehead will Soften the Front…or Sweep the Bang Over to One Side which will Soften the Front only Slightly. Apply a Volumizing Serum to Damp Hair. Blow-dry the Back, Directing the Hair Down against your head, with your Fingertips. Blow-dry the Top Directing the Hair over to one Side with a Vent Brush Lift the Hair as You Dry. Lifting the Hair as you dry adds More Height to the Hairstyle. Blow-dry the Front Bang area Up-and-Away From your Face, and Over to the Side, using your Fingertips. Blow-dry the Sides Down-and-Slightly-Forward towards your Ears on both Sides. When Hair is Completely Dry, hold the Front “Up” with your Fingertips and Spray the Front with a Volumizing Hairspray to hold the Hair in place. Use a Wax or Pomade to Piece-Out strands of Hair along the Sides, Top and Front (if desired). Then Finish with A Volumizing Hairspray Mist across the Entire Head.
Cute Short Sassy Pixie Hairstyles. This Cute Pixie Haircut is Cut Very Short and Styled Spikey!! So Edgy and Soo Cute! This Pixie is Cut Short Above the Ear with a Slight Angled Side-burn. The Bang is Textured Short, to Soften this Pixie Haircut in the Front. The Back is Cut to the Hairline and Textured Layers are cut through-out the interior of the Hair. Apply a Volumizing Serum to Damp Hair. Blow-dry the Hair, starting with the back, in an Upward motion so that the Hair will Stand Up and Spike Out. Then Blow-dry the Bang Down along the Forehead and Slightly Over to the Side with your Fingertips. Drying the Bang Down Softens the Front of this Spikey Pixie Hairstyle. Blow-dry the Top Back and Slightly over to one Side, and Blow-dry the Sides Down towards your Ears. When the Hair is Completely Dry Spray a Heat Protectant on the Hair and use a Flat-Iron to Spike up the top (if necessary). Use a Texturizing Paste to Piece Out select strands of Hair along the Sides, Bang and Top. Finish with a Volumizing Hairspray. Some Hair Types/Textures Spike up Easier than others. A Finer Hair Texture usually Spikes Up Easily, but then goes Flat. This Pixie Hairstyle is probably best Suited for someone with a Thicker Hair Texture. Thicker Hair Texture can support Razored or Texturized Cutting better than a Finer Hair Texture. This Pixie Haircut could also be Styled without Spiking it Up and look Edgy and Cute. The Color really makes this Pixie Haircuts Stand-out from the others. The Contrast of the Blonde Color on the Brown Color is Beautiful! The Placement of the Highlights and the Thinness and Thickness of the Highlights is Perfect!