#1: Vintage Mauve Pixie Mullet on fine hair
If you love strong styles, try a vintage purple pixie mullet on fine hair. Enjoy the shaved layers that give you soft edges and ends for a messy shape. Be sure to style the top flowing forward for a modern look. The longer shaggy back creates the mullet shape and must be visible from the front. I recommend using the purple color at the root and adding highlights to achieve a color blend.
#2: Fluffy Pixie Cut with Shaggy Layers
Take your haircut to the next level and try a shaggy, Elf mullet! If you prefer a piece-y look, this hairstyle is for you. The feathered layers in this style create instant volume and texture for a fun cut. Finish with a sea salt spray to really define these layers.
#3: Face Framing Modern Pixie Shag Mullet with Bangs
Create your new image with a modern face frame elf shag mullet with bangs. Cutting your hair into a new style can change your whole look and make you stand out in a good way. A shag mullet is a particularly good shape for narrow faces. The soft nape and bangs balance your features well. Style your new shape flatter with a texture kit and let your personality shine.
#4: Mullet Pixie with wavy feathers
If you’re looking for an edgy hairstyle, try wavy feathers paired with a mullet pixie. The layers are pointed and textured with precision to remove weight. This makes thick hair the best choice for this haircut. Wash, add some Moroccan Oil Curl Cream and let your natural waves air dry for best results.
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#5: Long curtain bangs on Mixie hair
Do you long for a style that looks edgy and edgy, but your straight hair makes it difficult to decide? A mixie haircut is a mullet with length in the back, but modernized with short pieces in the front, like a pixie. Having this control allows for style versatility. Long curtain bangs also add personality to the overall hairstyle. Sitting in the chair with someone who has mastered this cut is your best bet for getting a look that fits your lifestyle.
#6: Mini Edgy Tapered Mohawk
A mini edgy tapered mohawk is the perfect style choice for short hair lovers who want to go bold. This unisex style includes extra short sides mixed with a soft tapered back and a longer top. This gives it its mohawk shape. For women who want a no-nonsense shape, this cut says it all. Enjoy the easy care of wash-and-wear short hair and embrace the attitude of the mini-mohawk.
#7: Peachy Mullhawk Hairstyle
Bring out your rebellious side with a peachy mullhawk hairstyle. A short haircut is very detail oriented and can be tailored to bring out your personality. Be sure to find a stylist who excels in this area of expertise. Try the undercut sides with long pieces hanging to give a strong shape. You’ll want to apply a texture putty to the layered sections for a tousled finish.
#8: Wavy Pixie Shag with feather bangs
If you’re growing out of a pixie hairstyle and need a cute in-between style, ask your stylist about a pixie mullet. This cut has lots of textured layers to give you the shape you’re looking for as you grow your hair out. This style cut is great if you have wavy hair. Your natural curls will improve the shape without having to do a lot of styling.
#9: Soft mini-mullet on thin hair
If you have thin hair, try a soft one mini pixie mullet and get the most out of your locks. A soft mullet is trending now and the style uses natural movement in your hair so it’s easy. Keep it feminine, leaving length around your ears and back. Your top should be the shortest point and combed forward for a modern look. Bringing your hair forward will also make it look thicker and hide thinning spots.
#10: Shullet Pixie with heavily textured layers
A chubby pixie with heavily textured layers is the perfect cut for medium to thick hair. An excellent choice if you want low maintenance hair that can be styled wet or dry. Ask your stylist if one shaggy mullet would work for you!
#11: Razor Cut Mullet for short hair
ONE razor cut mullet for short hair is super trendy. The short layers in a razor will easily add texture and volume to fine and/or limp hair. Try using a styling paste or wax to add separation to your layers for a more edgy effect.
#12: Choppy Layers on Pixie Shullet Hair
Choppy layer on pixie shullet hair is so chic for any hair type. Great for women who have a lot of hair, a pixie can feel very light when the layers are structured. Personally, I like to use a tip cutting technique and sometimes a razor to create a shaggy and piecey look.
#13: Curly Pixie Mullet with short bangs
A pixie mullet is a great option for a woman with curly hair and a round face. That short bangs, when you cut to the curve of the brow, you give the right amount of structure. For a modern look, structure the perimeter and leave it soft and tousled. Use some Aquage Transforming Paste to define and separate the curls.
#14: Long disheveled Shullet
A shullet, also called a soft mullet, looks good, long and shaggy. If you have a long face shape, add something piecey curtain bangs for the width. Spray with Kenra’s Texturizing Spray and scrunch softly for a sexy, messy look.
#15: Mini Wolf Cut with textured crown and micro bangs
Trending now is something called wolf cut. It’s basically a mullet, goblin and shag all rolled into one! If you’re looking for something fun that gives you volume and texture, you’ll want to try this cut! Pair it with a cute, short bang and clip it with a razor to add texture to the ends.
#16: Long blond pixie on straight hair
Girls with limp, straight hair should try a long, blonde pixie. Longer goblins works well with textured layers at the crown that will help finer hair refresh and volumize. The blonde tone will make your hair look thicker than it really is. Ask your stylist for a root smudge to make it look extra dense.
#17: Wispy Pixie Mullet with flipped ends
Looking for one short hairstyle for your thin hair It’s fun and different? Ask your stylist to try a pixie mullet. Hair that is finer at the ends will add a natural, tousled texture, making this cut super cute.
#18: Disheveled Pixie Mullet with Layers
Try the organic style with a tousled pixie mullet with layers. Embracing your natural hair texture in new short styles is very important. Your mixie should be dried flat with a texture paste, such as Mess It Up by Pureology. Whatever your texture, let it run its course and the layers will help you. Trim the bangs for a strong front and be you.
#19: Long Pixie Shullet
If you’re looking for a cool new shape, rock a long pixie skull. Fine hair will work well with a shullet because it is dried flat, making your hair look thicker. Consider your face shape when choosing the length of the sides and bang. Longer face shapes may go shorter in these areas, and rounder face shapes longer. Shaggy cut grow out well so your salon maintenance can be about every six weeks.
#20: Just messy Shullet
Straight hair can be difficult to style. But a style like a messy shullet, or shaggy mullet, can create the perfect foundation for adding tousled waves. Products like wax or texturizing spray can help hold your style through its wear.
#21: Textured Undercut Pixie Shullet
Looking for something edgy? Try a textured pixie hole with one undercut on the sides. For styling, I recommend Oribes Fiber Groom texture paste in dry hair to emphasize the choppy layers. Doing so will give it a rough and effortless look.
#22: Voluminous Mullet Pixie for thick hair
If you have thick hair and want the mullet pixie, get ready for voluminous, airy hair. This cut is layered in different lengths to help break the silhouette and works great on wavy to curly hair.
#23: Two-tone Mixie hair
Consider a two-tone mixie if you have thick hair. This layered look is a cross between a mullet and a pixie. I like it on thick hair as it gives maximum movement and color dimension.
#24: Pixie Mullet with Piece-y Bangs and Razored Layers
Ask your hairdresser if the pixie mullet with bangs and shaved layers is the right option for you. The soft personalized bits create a beautiful frame for your face. This trendy look is best suited for women with any hair type who want an effortless, chic style.
#25: Modern Layered Pixie Shag
The best look for a square face includes a modern layered elf shag. Or any variation of short length, depending on texture and style preference.