Halfway between the mullet and the "pixie" cut, the "mixie" is in the process of conquering the world of hairdressing. New essential cut or TCNI (unidentified hair trend) to flee? Response.
We recently discovered the "bixie", a clever mix between the "bob" and the "pixie" cut. Even more innovative, the "mixie" is now on everyone's mind. Born from the fusion between the much-criticized mullet and the difficult to assume "pixie", this hairstyle has something to talk about... What does it look like in the end? Is it easy to comb? Should we risk it to be up to date in 2022? We answer all the questions you ask yourself (and that we also ask ourselves).
Celebrity hairstylist Jenny Cho opened up to Popsugar magazine about the contentious new trend. First and foremost, she defined this hairstyle as, "a mixie is a bold haircut that is longer in the back, like a mullet, and shorter, like a pixie, in the front." We have already been more than surprised to see the enthusiasm around the revival of the mule, previously decried and mocked for its kitsch and resolutely old-fashioned style... But what do you want, the 90s are returning to our dressing rooms and there is no there's no reason why our beauty looks are bucking the trend. Today, the mule looks like a "pixie", with a very short and rock-cut at the front.
Whether your hair is straight, wavy, curly, or frizzy, the "mixie" cut will work. Its advantage? The very low maintenance it requires. Indeed, insofar as it draws its charm from its messy and disheveled style, the less we do, the better! And we know, this argument should appeal to those who are not fans of ultra time-consuming brushings. To style, it, use any texturizing cream and your fingers to work the material and get this quirky look.