The pixie cut is probably one of the most uncomplicated haircuts ever and will be more popular than ever in autumn 2021. The reason? Because the millimeter-short hair automatically draws everyone's attention to the face (instead of the blow dryer hairstyle), the eye area is wonderfully emphasized and, despite all the modernity, always looks surprisingly girlish - as with Audrey Hepburn, Audrey Tautou, or Emma Watson. For autumn, the pixie cut is now especially popular in the following variants. Make a note and have your trusted hairdresser cut at the next opportunity...
If the hair is not cut short all over but left nuances longer in the upper parts, the result is a particularly feminine styling variant. In the hairstyle, the hair is first combed into a side parting and then left and right to the side so that the face is gently framed. Tip: For events, pin the hair on the side with a sparkling hair clip.
Chanel chief designer Virginie Viard loves to combine the classic elegance of fashion with unusually punk-like make-up and hairstyles and also gives the pixie cut a corresponding makeover: the hair, which has been shortened to uneven lengths, is plucked into the face in a messy way and also (similarly a mohawk) styled punk upwards. Tip: Before styling, rub some hair wax, modeling paste, or hair gel into the palms of your hands, then create the punk look.
For the autumn look of Versace, star hairdresser Guido Palau created long and short hairstyles, the central feature of which are the currently modern "blunt bangs" - a pony cut with a blunt cut technique, the contour of which forms an accurate parallel to the eye area and then as with a ruler looks drawn. The millimeter-short micro bangs, of course, go well with the rasped pixie. Tip: Moisturize your hair and scalp regularly with a hair treatment, serum, or hair oil.
At Dior, too, you could discover numerous hairstyle trends and pixie variants, such as the pixie as a garçon cut. With the pixie cut, the top hair is trimmed all around to a length, at the same time the lower section of the hair is cut shorter so that the look is reminiscent of a bob hairstyle. Tip: For a particularly casual, boyish look, dry your hair as usual after shampooing and simply stroke it down and onto your face with the flat of your hand, but avoid using styling textures.
For those who do not want to commit themselves to raspy short or long or who simply cannot get enough of the legendary look of the 80s, designers like Max Mara suggest a pixie cut in mullet style. To do this, shorten the bangs and the top hair, but leave the hair visibly longer on the nape of the neck as well as above and in front of the ears - just as if you cut it yourself. Tip: Knead some styling mousse or hair wax into your hair and style the trendy look in a rebellious and messy way.