Hairstyles Pictures Gallery and Cutting & Styling Instructions for the ‘Thick Pixie Haircuts’ Category
Thick Texture Choppy Pixie Hairstyle. This Short Pixie Hairstyle is tapered short around the sides and back, and Choppy Layers are cut throughout the interior. Model has A Thick Hair Texture so cutting the layers “Choppy” or “Point Cut” Layers take some of the bulk out of the hair giving this Pixie Hairstyle more Movement. The Front Bang area is also Point-Cut, and the Length of the Bang is cut shorter than the average Bang Length. This Pixie Haircut could be styled many ways from Spiking it up, Faux-Hawk, or just Style this Pixie away from your face instead of towards your face. Apply a Volumizing serum to damp hair and blow dry the hair from the crown area, forward-and-towards-your-face, with a Vent Brush lifting the hair as you Blow-dry. Dry the Sides also towards your face, using just your fingers to lift the hair as you Blow-dry. Blow-dry the back down-against-your-head, unless you want the hair to Spike Up, if so then Blow-dry the hair up towards the ceiling. Use a Wax or Pomade (warmed up in your hands) to “Piece Out” strands of hair, or to smooth strands of hair for a more Polished Look. Finish This Choppy Pixie Hairstyle with a Light-hold Hairspray.
This Cute Brunette Longer Choppy Pixie Haircut has a little bit of length left along the neck, not quite as much Length as a Shag-Pixie, but close. Choppy Layers are cut through-out the interior, and along the front Bang area. The Model has a Thick Hair Texture which adds to the Choppy look of this Longer Pixie Hairstyle. Apply volumizing serum to damp hair and Blow-Dry randomly, until completely dry. This Pixie Haircut is meant to have a messy style to it, so keep the blow-drying simple. You may want to use a round brush to smooth out the bang area, otherwise not much styling technique is needed. Use a Wax or Pomade warmed up your hands and piece out strands of hair then finish with a Light-Hold Hairspray.