A pixie mullet is the edgiest hairstyle you can get this year. It’s the combination of two very unrelated hairstyles; The pixie and mullet features shorter layers in the front with more detached layers in the back.
You don’t have to worry about your hair density, texture and face shape because mix cuts, when done right, suit all hair and face types.
These cut-outs are low-maintenance, too, as they’re all washable and grow flawlessly for sexiness cuts of a wolf. However, here are some inspiring ideas for you.
Gorgeous mixi cuts
Plenty of texture and proper styling are key to igniting these mixed haircuts.
1. Soft mixi with bardot bangs
Mixie cuts come with all kinds of bangs thus making them a must try for women with big forehead.
You don’t need to change the length much. Start with pointed Bardot bangs that gradually lengthen towards the back along the sides for a soft and elegant appeal.
2. Yellow blonde crop, pointed sides
Those who like a boyish look can go for a textured top that is shortened towards the back with a sharp v-cut above the nape of the neck.
Accentuate the barely there baby bangs with spiky wigs and finish with a funky yellow-blonde hair shade to look like a real-life anime character.
3. An emphatic roar
Pixie mullets are cut cornrows with a feather crown. They are perfect for removing the bulk of their thick coats or adding volume to thin hair.
Opt for blonde highlights for a feminine touch and blow dry your mane for a messy yet sexy finish.
4. Neon blue mess
The boldest haircuts require the brightest hair colors. Look like a rock star by dyeing your head a vibrant blue hue with a touch of frosted platinum on the front.
Use razors instead of scissors to cut short, jagged layers that are slightly longer at the back.
5. Full feather mullet pixie
Give some cool Atmosphere of the 70s By pairing your pixie mullet with feathered layers. Keep the strands on the top of the head short with longer sides and back for a tousled look.
Twist the hair forward to frame the face and done!
6. Curly beauty
Mixie haircuts work with all hair textures from straight to curly and wavy. Embrace your natural coils by layering them dry while maintaining an appropriate length difference between the front, sides and back.
Use a leave-in curl defining conditioner to keep your hair bouncy!
7. Layered wave mullets
Layers performed on wavy hair do not need much styling. Twist the tassels by hand while turning the hem of the curtain using a barrel brush.
Platinum babylights on a cool blonde base are ideal for adding a subtle glow to the face. Plenty of texture is key here.
8. A funky color split
Take a break from styling your locks by cutting them super short. Go for baby bangs in a half-moon shape to frame the face and leave an inch or two of hair on the neck.
Paint half of Midnight’s head blue and leave the remaining part black to drop some jaws.
9. Androgynous Mixie Cut
Break gender stereotypes with a bold mullet pixie haircut like the one pictured here. Shave the sides saving strands in the middle of the head like a Mohawk.
The jagged front is exactly all you can ask for in the case of naturally straight hair.
10. Pink pop with uneven bangs
Be bold, be beautiful! Make sure your mullet-like pixie is one-of-a-kind by coloring it in the lightest pink-magenta shade. Pair your messy top with smooth but uneven bangs in the front.
Bleach your brows and get ready to pop some eyes along the way!
11. Choppy Bixie
Are you reluctant to try a funky mixi all of a sudden? Keep it simple by getting plenty of frizzy layers that gently taper towards the back, similar to a cropped bob.
Blow out those thin ends when you blow dry your mane and there you go!
Although pixie cuts allow you to play with varying hair lengths, cut the back short while keeping the wigs extra long for a change.
Fire up the look with a textured top, some wispy bangs and a blonde hair color with dark roots. Catches the eye!
13. Copper-colored short chop
Enjoy being a redhead with a copper colored mane. Maintain the pixie-like look of your short float by keeping the strands in the back almost equal to the micro bangs in the front with a handful of layers.
Curl the wigs forward and you will love them!
14. Dip-Dyed Back
Women with sparse mane can achieve some volume and body with a feathered crown that extends down.
Make your long back more prominent by dipping the ends in blonde hair color. Get a little extra and do the same for your pony.
15. Two-tone mullet
Why stick to blonde shades when there are so many colors to choose from? Keep these tousled layers only at the crown area with a smooth front and back.
Grab any two of your favorite shades and apply them separately to the top and bottom areas for a multi-textured two-tone mixi cut.
16. Messy Bowl Cut Vibes
Combine the features of a long mushroom/bowl cut to turn your pixie into something very unique. Go for blunt, arched bangs that blend into your long side locks with a layered back cut off.
Don’t forget to throw in some highlights too!
17. Wispy Rose Gold Layers
This hairstyle is pretty much what Buri used to look like, which is a top that sweeps forward with a shoulder-length messy back and pointy bangs.
Opt for purple roots that turn rose gold towards the tips for feminine appeal. Shaving layers will work wonders for both thick and thin hair.
18. Mixi salt and pepper hum
You’ll be thankful for those natural grays once you try this salt and pepper mullet.
The top tapers towards the buzzy sides while the wigs and bangs just above the nape are about an inch long. No need to comb hair for weeks!
19. Color blocked face frame
Short haircuts are ideal to set your facial features on full display. Here’s a super shaggy version of your face-framing mix cut, featuring a heavily shaved top, tight side locks and blunt bangs.
Dye your strands red along the entire hairline including the bangs for a color blocked hairstyle.
20. Purple Fu Hok
Use your curly hair texture to turn your mullet-like pixie into a funky faux hawk. The trick lies in cutting the sides, shaving the wigs and skipping a very long back.
Color your curls on top with a vibrant shade of purple or any other color you like.
21. Classic punk mullet
Classic short mullet hairstyles of the past also featured shaved or faded sides that can still be rocked today to give a slimming effect to the face.
Although the rest are normal with a textured top, short bangs and a long back, this fiery orange hair color is sure to stun many.
22. Scarlett Johansson’s expanding controller
Celebrities and models have played a big role in setting the trend for mixi haircuts. Here’s a look inspired by Scarlett Johansson’s flirty 2000s look.
Recreate the style with short, sleek draped bangs and a scalloped top with a flared back with flip-out ends.
23. Polished arched edges + cropped back
Accentuate the round shape of your face with arched bangs that start short in the middle and extend to the sides and end in curled bangs.
Pair your sleek front with a slightly longer cropped back that only requires a handshake to style.
24. Mixie for thin hair
A pixie mullet can be a lifesaver for women with fine spots as the shorter the hair, the healthier it looks.
You can skip the long back for a soft rounded hairstyle with cropped bangs. Crimp your layers, whether curly or not, to get the body and dimension you need.
25. Half-half Molhawk
The molehawk features a long tail in the back with center layers combined with short or shaved sides and of course some bangs.
Express your bold side with a half-and-half hair look keeping one side pink while the other side neon green.
26. Curtain pony on mini mullet
The iconic curtain bangs look just as mesmerizing with short haircuts as they do with longer hair lengths.
Frame your face with a pointed fringe with middle parts and short, cropped layers that end in a ponytail at the back. However, blonde would make a huge difference.
27. Green groovy razor cut
Partial layers with distinct chunks in the front and back are just what you need if you’re experimenting with a mix cut for the first time.
Go wild and try an emerald green hair color with flecks of neon green in between. Stunning, isn’t it?
Although the aforementioned mixi cuts are unique in their own way, they all feature crop tops with bangs, elongated sides with the back being the longest, and plenty of textured layers. And that’s exactly what you should ask your hairstylist when you get your first pixie mullet!