There is no reason that only the long-haired folks can have all the fun as is seen by the following celebrities. Check them out and definitely try them out for your short tresses!
America’s sweetheart’s has been going shorter for some time, then she finally took the went full with this edgy, platinum bob. This is a low-maintenance hairdo indeed and so very stylish.
We’ve never imagined the singer-actress with a pixie cut before, but this edgy one makes it hard to picture her looking better with any other hairstyle.
With Catching Fire weeks away from hitting theaters, we weren’t apt to be forget about J.Law. This piecey pixie that the amazingly stylish actress has been wearing just made it more certain.
This asymmetrical crop—for which the star credits Charlize Theron and Jenna Elfman as inspiration is one of the top contenders for the most favorite short hairstyles of the year. The actress looks amazing and very awesome.
Before this hairstyle came alone, it was hard imagining Beyonce with anything shorter. But ever since the look went online,the Internet’s just about exploded with oohing and aahing at Ms. Carter’s new hairdo, us included. It just goes on to say that the Queen B can do no wrong, a fact this soft pixie further solidifies.
This hairdo is so very clean, chic and stylish. We love the celebrity in this. A chin-skimming bob is great for growing out a pixie cut or dipping your toes in the short-hair water, if you have always sported long hair before.
Charlize Theron has always been at the forefront when it comes to stylish short haircuts. Jaws dropped when Charlize debuted her stunning super-close crop on the Oscars red carpet. “I have been obsessing over Charlize Theron’s pixie,” says Mapile. “A cut like this is for that confident woman who demands attention. It shows off her beautiful features perfectly.”
She was one of the early ones to adopt the short and sassy look. Halle Berry knows the power of the pixie. Try her spikes by smoothing a mix of gel and texturizing cream through towel-dried hair. “Apply from roots to ends and blow dry, using fingertips to direct the hair upwards for body and texture,” suggests Mapile. Use a texturing paste to detail and have a good finish with a mist of hairspray.