Short hair is quite practical in summer and also accentuates your own facial features. The short hairstyle for women is only a trend of the 20th century. In the 1920s, bob hairs were worn; Finally, in the 1960s, icons such as Twiggy and Edie Sedgwick made short hair a popular trend hairstyle. A muse in Hollywood and France at the time: Jean Seberg. Her political engagement made her an idol. In the film of the same name, "Seberg", Kristen Stewart embodies the young activist and brings a trend back to life that has never really gone out of style in the past 60 years. What makes the pixie still so popular?
Easily and quickly styled: The pixie cut is one of the simplest looks as a hairstyle trend that takes up little time and at the same time fits many face shapes. On the sides and back of the head, the hair is cut to around five centimeters, only the length of the pony is varied. Following the example of Jean Seberg, the pixie is worn with a deep side parting. The dark approaches are a deliberate contrast to the platinum blonde hair color. The trend hairstyle was worn smooth and natural in both the original and the film.
Jean Seberg was one of the stars of the French Nouvelle Vague. For her film roles, she commuted between Hollywood and Paris and became a role model on both sides of the Atlantic, especially for young women. Her political commitment to the Black Panther movement moved her even further into the limelight in the late 1960s when Seberg was said to have had an affair with civil rights activist Hakim Jamal. Police surveillance, as well as media and social pressure, ultimately increased Seberg's psychological instability. Hospital stays and drug withdrawal followed. Nevertheless, Seberg never doubted her political convictions, which differed significantly from the views of the masses at the time.
Jean Seberg became world-famous in 1957 through the film "Die Heilige Johanna" (Jeanne D’Arc) - a role full of character that seemed tailor-made for her. When filming a stake scene, for example, the fire could no longer be kept under control, so that Seberg actually suffered burns. The director found the calamity to be beneficial for the scene that still appears in the final version to this day (the story turned out to be a major challenge for Kristen Stewart). Still, female icons seem to suit Kristen Stewart. After Lady Diana in "Spencer", the actress is now slipping into another strong female role.
Due to the simple styling of the trendy hairstyle, the pixie cut can basically be tried out with any short hairstyle in just a few simple steps. The pixie cut is particularly advantageous for women with narrow and distinctive facial features. A high forehead or pronounced chariot bones are also optically favored by the trend hairstyle. Because the cut emphasizes the fine features and contrasts with the androgynous haircut. With Kristen Stewart and Jean Seberg, you can see that the pixie is perfect for both of them thanks to the oval face shape...