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Mixie: This Cheeky Short Hairstyle Is Very Popular Right Now!

 

Do you want to bring a breath of fresh air into your styling? Then the Mixie is a perfect choice! We'll tell you what the cheeky short hairstyle is all about and how you can style it!

Mixie: This Cheeky Short Hairstyle Is Very Popular Right Now!
 
The heist of Money Star Úrsula Corberó has been wearing it for a long time: The Mixie!

Cutting your hair short seems to be an absolutely radical step or rather a cut for some! But why actually? Yes, a long wavy mane is fantastic, but a fresh short haircut can be just as beautiful.

Also: A radical type of change lets you get to know yourself in a whole new way. Who knows, maybe this cut will spark a whole new side of you?

The "Mixie" is the perfect hairstyle trend for anyone who wants to try a new short hairstyle and provides a great chance for women who already love their short hair.

But what exactly is behind the hairstyle trend with a surprisingly cute name?

What makes the Mixie so special?

What makes the Mixie so special? | Mixie: This Cheeky Short Hairstyle Is Very Popular Right Now!
 
The perfect mix: short and "long"!

If you take a closer look at the composition of the name "Mixie", it quickly becomes clear what the trend hairstyle is all about. Because the "mixie" is literally a mix of pixie and mullet, i.e. mullet. After trendy hairstyles like the wolf cut and the shaggy bob, we all know what that means: short in the front, long in the back!

In the case of the mixie, which is, of course, a short hairstyle, the hair is cut a little longer at the nape of the neck in the style of the mullet, while the hair on the sides and at the back of the head remains shorter. The hair on the top of the head, on the other hand, is neatly layered. It is up to you whether you want to wear the pony long or go for trendy short bangs.

The cheeky short hairstyle convinces with a light edgy look that is incredibly chic and feminine at the same time. This is also proven by the "Money Heist" star Úrsula Corberó, who is already a big fan of the hairstyle trend!

Who does the cheeky mix of pixie and mullet suit?

The mixie is the perfect hairstyle for any woman who is comfortable with short hair. After all, that is the top priority! No matter what face shape or hair texture you have, if you feel good about yourself, you can rock any hairstyle.

The mixie gives thin hair more dimension due to the many layers and the short cut, while structured, wavy hair underlines the slight "undone character".

Why do we still love this hairstyle? It accentuates your facial features! The mixie accentuates defined cheekbones and soft, round faces alike.

Anyone who tries this hairstyle trend 2022 can only win - we love it!

Mixie: This is how you style the trendy short hairstyle

Mixie: This is how you style the trendy short hairstyle | Mixie: This Cheeky Short Hairstyle Is Very Popular Right Now!
 
Mixie: This is how you style the trendy short hairstyle | Mixie: This Cheeky Short Hairstyle Is Very Popular Right Now!
 
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Does short hair take more effort and time? Not the "Mixie". This one thrives on its effortless "laissez-faire" vibe and requires minimal styling attention! Women with curly or wavy hair definitely benefit here, because the natural hair structure automatically creates an undone look.

If you have naturally straight hair without much volume, the cut alone can help. To give the "Mixie" more grip and structure, it's worth using a texture spray, sea salt spray, or mousse.

Hair gel can also create more defined waves, especially with structured hair, if it is worked into wet hair. Then just let your hair air dry and voila, you're ready to go!

 
 
 
 
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