What Type Of Pixie Cut Should You Get

Pixie cuts have been around for a very long time but like most
haircuts, they become super trendy once in a while. If you’ve been
thinking of changing up your hair and cutting it short – now is a
great time to do so. Pixie haircuts are at the peak of their
popularity and summer is always a good time to try out a short
haircut and minimize the amount of time you spend on your hair every
day. One thing to keep in mind when considering a pixie haircut is
that it’s not one size fits all. There’s a wide variety of pixie
cuts and just cause a celebrity you like or your friend got one
doesn’t mean that the exact same one will suit you. However, the
good news is, there’s definitely a kind of pixie haircut that will
suit you. The first thing to consider is the shape of your face, and
the second is your hair structure. The thickness of your hair can
also make a difference when it comes to choosing your kind of pixie
cut. Let’s take a look at a couple of kinds of pixie haircuts and
maybe this will help you figure out which one you want and what will
suit you best.

Classic Short Pixie Cut

The classic short pixie cut is the one
you probably think of when you hear the words “pixie cut”. It’s
the shortest one, where you chop off most of your hair and only leave
about an inch of length. It’s the most low maintenance. You
basically get to wash your hair, towel dry it and you’re good to
go. Maybe use some texturizing spray or cream to achieve that messy
look. Most days you’ll probably be able to just roll out of bed and
go. If you have an oval face you can easily rock this one, but if you
have a square, round or heart-shaped face you might want to consider
other pixie cuts first, just so you get used to it.

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Long Pixie Cut

Long pixie cuts are good for people
with round, square or heart-shaped faces. Here you can leave a bit of
length, try styling it differently to see what you like. This type of
pixie haircut is very versatile as you can choose to leave most of
your hair a bit longer, or just the top layer. Some people choose to
have an undercut but leave just the top long. You can also experiment
with different kinds of bangs depending on what you’re more
comfortable with and what you feel suits you most.

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