The Angular Look:
The angular pixie is always the preference for many not only for its swanky side lock but also for the trend setting hairdo. Usually the hair is parted from an extreme end and cut and styled into perfection so that one side of the lock is partly falling carelessly across the face jutting out than the rest of the hair.
The Pixie Shag Hairstyle:
The shag haircut has been inspired from the feather look where the hair ends or locks fall carelessly in a muddled messy way, often giving off a bed head feeling. This pixie is done up into layers where the upper layer is short and crisp and the lower layer falls underneath.
The Dual Lock Look:
In this pixie look, the hair, mostly the side locks are carefully draped across the forehead but unlike the angular look, this time both the sides have volunteered to be longer than the rest of the hair. The hair at the back ends up short just above the nape of the neck.
Pixie With A Funk:
For The Thicker Hair:
For the thicker headed beauties, the pixie here is the perfect in its type. The hair, the entire bunch ends at the base of your neck and while one side is cut short and fluffy just above the ears, the other half of it covers the entire forehead but goes all the way to the cheeks.
The Side Wave:
The Feather Pixie:
A Girlish Side To It:
The pixie here is at the best where a little bit of girly mixes up the latest trends and forms a classic style. This look can be accentuated with a soft ribbon band or a clip.
The Hipster Pixie:
The Sharon stone, Miley Cyrus hairdo is quite a famous look that many a celebrities have endorsed and creating a look out of that, here is the hipster pixie look that has a soft Mohawk while the sides are shaved and smoothened.