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.