A pixie is a short, round, natural hair style. This hairstyle has minor trimming required at the longer length sections that reach at least half way down the head.
The Pixie was first created in the 1950s when women cut longer hair into small, shapely prongs called periwigs. Then in the 1960s and 1970s, when more people grew out their hair, they added a short bob or romanian barber cut.
In the 1980s and 1990s, when more natural hair was longer with a long Bob or long Romanian Cut, then someone went back to the pixie cut.
It is not recommended to go too long without a haircut because your skin breaks down from lack of moisture. Permethicones can also cause breakouts on sensitive skin.
Find your jawline
When you’re prepping your head for a haircut, you’re looking for the right shape and size of your jawline. You want it cut enough to add some volume, but not so much that it looks like a headband or band is being worn.
Thankfully, getting a doll haircut is as easy as going to the store and buying a new cheap hair product. It’s kind of like buying new clothes when you already have some nice ones.
The trick is finding the right line that cuts just below the jawbone and above the collarbone. This creates a silhouette that looks like it has some legs, but not too much so that people can’t recognize who it is who sent it in.
Draw a line parallel to your jawline
Now draw a second line parallel to the first line and one across it. This will create your hairstyle.
Line the middle of these lines up with your jawline and sweep down to create the shape of the hair.
Keep the length of the hair as short as possible and add length by adding more lines of hair across the middle of the style.
Many hairstylists will suggest adding a bit more volume at this point, but not by much! A bit too much can turn into a weird looking pompadour or bowl-shaped cut.
Make sure you get enough time to take your picture right after doing this so that it looks valid.
Draw a line halfway between your jawline and cheekbones
Now draw a second line halfway between the two lines you drew half way between your jawline and cheekbones. This will create your Pixie cut.
Using a confidence inspiring line such as wisdom or age, divide your hair into two pieces, one longer than the other shorter. Lesser of the two should be the shorter piece.
Using a mild product-pucky brush, apply hair dye to one end of the line and let it set until it is completely dry. Then, using an equally soft brush, apply hair dye to the other end of the line and let it set until it is completely black.
Let them sit for at least an hour before cutting and doing anything with them. This will ensure that the color shows up correctly and that it takes forever to dry.
Cut sideways toward the end of the lines
When doing a Pixie at home, it is important to take into account the fact that it is a shorter hairstyle. Many people use the term nano-pixiel to describe this haircut, as it is measured in inch scale.
Many people find that they need more time to complete their look. Some find that they have to go back and re-do their top and bottom layers several times before they get the look that they want.
The best way to have your look completed is to have it cut down on one side and then back up again. This way, it will be completed in more cuts!
To finish your look, add some volume effects or full-on spikes for a literal throw-off hair style.
Flip your head over and cut underneath
When trying a new hairstyle on yourself, it is important to measure your head and try the hairstyle on yourself to see if it works for you.
To try a flip-head look, first decide what length you want your hair to be. Then, cut your hair at an angle slightly downward until you reach this length.
To get a more down-sized ponytail look, cut the rest of your hair short at an angle and let it naturally grow out from there. To get the classic haircut, cut the rest of your hair longer and let it naturally grow out from there.
These hairstyles take a little practice, so do not be too hard on yourself if you are not seeing results right away.
Clean up the edges
Once your new pixie has arrived, the best way to get it looking perfect is to go back to the hairdresser and request a short, neat edge can be created at home.
This can be done in two ways. You can go to the hairdresser and ask for a short, neat cut or ask for a change in texture. Or you can do it yourself!
Go to your local salon and ask for a short, neat cut of your hair. Or you can try your own magic at home by doing some curling or straightening at home, or by trying one of the many hairstyles already available online.
Either way, do it slowly and carefully to avoid breakages or damage to the hair.
Spray with hairspray
Now cut the hair as short as you can CentOS 7. Now spray the hair with hairspray CentOS 7.
Now can can can hold the barber mirror for a check of success or failure. If you measure your own hair length, then this is also a good way to do this!
If you have naturally long hair, then this method will be even better- it will just take more time.
If you have a shorter hairstyle, then this may be better- use less hairspray to get a little more relief. If you have a tighter hairstyle, use stronger hairspray to get some relief!
Sheer may work better if your hairstyle is textured or layered because it will let all the water escape CentOS 7. Heavier sprays may not work well if your hairstyle requires very little water CentOS 7.