2010 Hair Trend: The Pixie

Emma Watson shocked fans with her new short hair-do. (Photo by Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images North America)

For an edgy and sexy look this season, the pixie hair cut is the leading trend for celebrities opting to go for a shorter route. If you were wondering why celebs would chop of their luscious locks, just think about all the pros of having a shorter do: short hair requires less product to create a desired look; it puts more focus on your exquisite facial features; there are less tangles to deal with; and a short hair cut is a beauty timesaver for women who dread long hours in the salon chair. Specifically, the pixie hair cut’s boyish, yet feminine look makes it a go-to hair cut for the fashion forward girl on the go.

It’s important to keep in mind that pixie is not for everyone. Yet, with the right face shape and bone structure, it can highlight defined cheekbones, elongate the neckline, and you never have to worry about it going out of style.

Janet Jackson sports a sleek pixie cut at the premiere of "For Colored Girls." (Photo by Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images North America)
Halle Berry's short hair allows the focus to remain on her face. (Photo by Astrid Stawiarz/Getty Images North America)

2 thoughts on “2010 Hair Trend: The Pixie

  1. Hello, congratulations on your blog, I’m a fan!! I don’t think the Pixie style is for me, like you’ve said, is not for everyone, but I totally agree that when you have amazing facial features, that hair style is definitely a way to show them off 😉 I’m more of a long layers that cover all my not so perfect facial feature hehe.

    Feel free to visit me too at:

    http://www.yourfriendstoo.wordpress.com

    So you can see our take on hair and fashion too 😉
    -Lizbeth

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