#1: Long Shagged Pixie with Choppy Bangs
When you’re looking for a new short haircut, try one long shaggy pixie with choppy bangs to add a little edge to your look. The shaved layers in the cut help take some weight out of a shaggy pixie cut for thick hair. Pair this cut with a textured pomade to be able to create piece-y movement and add some volume to this pixie cut.
#2: Long Shaggy Pixie Shag with Short Layers
If you want to look edgy but not messy, consider one shaggy long pixie cut. This punk rock style is one of the trendiest of the season and looks great quickly with a bit of wax. As a stylist, I prefer to cut this with a razor, but not all clients are candidates, so ask your stylist if this is an option for you!
#3: Short bangs on a Mini Wavy Mullet
If you’ve been thinking about going shorter, consider a long shaggy elf with bangs. If you feel like a cut like this is too edgy, keep in mind that it really can be customized for each client. Especially with the way it’s layered and the fringe in the front. This is a low maintenance haircut in terms of styling. But you will need to be in the salon and get a cut every 6 weeks for this to maintain its proper shape.
#4: Pixie Shag Mullet with frame layers and bangs
The modern pixie mullet is one of the biggest hair trends right now. I have clients with thin hair who want to try this cut but don’t want it to look too limp and tousled. I tell my clients as long as they blow dry in a texture spray and style with wax, you won’t be worried about it.
#5: Soft shaggy Pixie Shag cut on straight hair
Try the retro-modern soft tousled pixie shag cut on straight hair. Along side shaggy pixie cut incorporating short top layers in shaggy sides and a mullet back. It really is a trendy take on a pixie. Remember when styling your hair that the finish should be piecey but not too fluffy. The top layers will give you some pop and texture, but the profile should be closer to your head shape. You will use a texture paste for separation.
#6: Long pixie with textured fringe and face-framing layers
Wolf cuts are absolutely wild and can be flattering on countless people with just a slight change in the cut. I recently had a client who thought she couldn’t do it because she had a round face. That is simply not true. By keeping the cut a little longer and opting for a little more of a curtain bang, you create a great style for fuller faces.
#7: Short golden pink hair with messy layers
Whether you have textured or fine hair, it’s shaggy Elf is a versatile cut for women. Because this cut works on all hair types, this is a very popular cut with many of my clients. This cut has a bit of an edge, but if you blow dry it smooth with a brush and some shine serum, it can also look gorgeous.
#8: Wispy Layers on a Pixie Bob Cut
If trendy is what you’re looking for, it is shaggy pixie bob haircut is what I am constantly asked. This haircut is a combination of bob and pixie with many layers of feathers. What I like best about this haircut is how soft everything is. Makes a great first cut for anyone hesitant to go shorter.
#9: Mini Wolf Cut with short crown layers
Girls have many options when it comes to choosing a haircut, from face shapes to density. The variations are unlimited. A mini wolf cut with short crown layers is, for example, a modern take on shaggy pixie cut for thin hair. It takes what works and strips away what doesn’t, leaving the wearer feeling empowered by her unique style.
#10: Shaggy Pixie Hair with Feather Layers
One of the trendiest cuts right now due to its unisex style is a shaggy pixie. What sets this cut apart is its very jagged layers, which are usually cut with a razor. This cut looks great on just about anyone and has tons of style. All you have to do is throw some wax in it before you head out the door and you’re good to go!
#11: Shaved layers with side bangs
Try the modern style with spiky layers with side bangs. Cut your hair off and enjoy easier manageability and a trendier shape. Shaggy pixie cut for fine hair must be styled flat with tousled ends. This will make the most of your thin strands. Straight hair will work wonderfully for texture and the side part adds style. Take the plunge into shorter hair and I think you’ll enjoy it.
#12: Fluffy Pixie Style on short blue hair
ONE fluffy pixie with short blue hair is for the eccentric and stylish type of woman. I love the idea of adding length around the neck and lots of tousled volume on top. It gives the whole style a very anime vibe.
#13: Long Pixie with Shaggy Jagged Layers
ONE long pixie with shaggy jagged layers is the perfect mix of a pixie and a short shag cut. Start the cut with choppy micro bangs as your guide. After that, the layers gradually get longer towards the bottom. This cut is great for wash and go or for styling with some loose curls. Use a dollop of cream for added texture and style.
#14: Layered Bixie with bangs and waves
A layered bixie with bangs and waves is an easy style that you should consider. If you want to embrace your natural wavy locks, the overall layering will bring them out. Your hairdresser may want to use a feather scraper to cut your shape and this will create more dimension. Try air-drying your short hairstyle to achieve a flat shape that’s trendy.
#15: Feathered Pixie Shag and Curtain Bangs
You’ll love a feathered pixie haircut and curtain bangs. The heavy layers will give you a flat crown with narrow ends that looks amazing. Try styling yours long bangs back on both sides with a center part and you get a great shape. These hairstyles are meant to be styled with the natural movement of your hair. Pureology’s Mess It Up helps you get the look you want.