The Mixie cut is the short cut of the moment. Pure alliance of the Pixie cut and the mullet cut, the look has already been adopted by Miley Cyrus or Úrsula Corberó. Zoom in on this boyish style that is being emulated this fall.
Vintage hairstyles are on the rise. While the Shag cut has been causing a stir for several seasons now, 2021 saw the return of the brushing of the 70s and the emergence of the Wolf cut. The time is with degraded hair, sublimated by superimposed layers. It is therefore logical that this trend is also imposed on short hair with the advent of the Mixie cut.
The style is the pure alliance of two iconic haircuts: the Pixie cut and the mullet cut. A bit asymmetrical, the Mixie cut gives pride of place to variations in length. Thus, the cut is short in the front and on the crown of the head while slightly longer hair stretches out from birth to the birth of the neck. Something to recall the wick that is the signature of the mullet cut. The tapered locks create a soft and subtle demarcation. The movement is aerial as if the hair is whipped by the wind.
Bold with a rebellious air, the Mixie cut contrasts with the wise and staid looks. It gives a vintage and modern look at the same time, in keeping with the times. Enough to display an androgynous and rock'n'roll baby doll style. Miley Cyrus or Úrsula Corberó have already adopted her. The La Casa de Papel actress has made it her signature. She wears it in a smooth, wet version or even with a fringe cut in a triangle. She shows a good dose of fearlessness to keep away from monotony.
The Mixie cut is very structured and suitable for most face shapes. It can be tailored to our style and personality as closely as possible by playing on the length of the bangs or the styling of the back lock.