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Pixie haircuts can be incredibly chic and fashionable. Short hairstyles -- especially ones as short as the pixie -- might seem tough to make your own, but there are many different ways to cut, color and style a pixie. So, if you're looking to switch up your look, don't be afraid to try a trendy pixie style, but before you make such a big commitment and chop off your locks, learn some of your options.
A spiky pixie look is fab for ladies that want to look feminine but still tough. If you want an edgy look, this style is the one for you. All it takes is a little styling gel, a flat iron and a comb. Slick the sides of your hair down using a bit of styling gel to keep them in place. Flat iron the center of the head to give it a spiky look. Then comb it up to create a faux 'hawk.
If you can't commit to cutting your hair too short, try a longer pixie cut. Long pixies are a perfect compromise between a bob and a shorter 'do. You'll still have a few styling options here while still keeping a chic, short cut.
Go for a sexy, intentionally undone look with a tousled pixie. If you want a sexy, just-rolled-out-of-the-bed-but-still-managed-to-look-incredible style, this one is for you. Plus, it's incredibly simple to pull off. Just add a bit of pomade to your locks to give it a piecey texture and ruffle hair with your fingers. It's just as simple as that. If you're looking for a style that's low-maintenance and stylish, the tousled pixie is the perfect look.
Bleach Blonde Pixie
If you've always wanted to dye your locks a more daring hue, try them on a super-short cut. Going bleach blond can be a little scary, so you'll definitely want to consult with your stylist on this one to make sure you get the color just right. The best thing about this style is since your hair is so short, it'll grow out quickly, so if you decide the look isn't for you, you won't be stuck with it long.