There are hundreds of tutorials on youtube and blogs, but I’ve come to the conclusion every girl needs to experiment with as many styles as possible, to find what suits her face. For example, my face is oval, slightly longer, my hair is twig like and thin. So when I try those styles of those girls that look like damn Hollywood hairstyles, it just doesn’t fit the frame. The frame being my enormous bug eyes, long face and twig hair. So I want to show you my ways of styling this pretentious broom and if you have an oval face too, this should suit you too.
I grew my hair already, but the whole pixie cut ordeal was a very enlightening adventure. To all the people who are wondering “what the hell is she talking about” you can check out my post about this so called adventure here!
1. First thing that comes to mind of course are accessorizes. When it comes to lazy-half-assed ways to beautify your pixie, the best ones are diadems, hats, headbands, hair clips.
So we move onto headbands! I’ve come to the conclusion that if my hair is messier, it looks better with a headband. I usually apply foam, but the foam gives it a wet look, so for the headband your ordinary wax should do.
Basically, you can use a scarf, headband or any kind of fabric lying around the floor. Just make sure to dust it off. Actually this kind of styling is MAGIC when you’re growing out the hair, and desperately need to settle it down.
Diadems are a piece of cake, just put it on girl!
2. Slightly different
Try adding more hair on any side you choose, makes it more voluminous and punk.
3. Faux Hawk is the most common way to style your do. For me Faux Hawk don’t always work, because of the longer face. When I make my hair stand up, it gives my face an even longer edge, which I don’t mind, but it kind of looks like the ghosty from Scream.
(Yes I do have a cat, two cats to be precise. And yes, I’m too lazy to clean my clothes, and yes it’s gross, I don’t care!)
5. Messy son of a…hair.
Well..not my brightest idea, to be honest. If you have bigger head, this may not be the perfect solution. But you never know until you try. For this one you can use only foam, or nothing in my case. My hair has the ability to stand into weird positions no matter what. Scramble the hair into every direction possible.
Spiky is the variety of the messy one, only with more messiness and more product. Try shaping spikes with wax or hair gel, it works with both. You may pay attention to every little hair and “make it look” like a
messy do, but I decided just to mess the fuck out of it. (I look like a
dumb ass, I know)
If your pixie has grown a little bit, you can always make an emo fringe.
Anyone interested in my take on growing out the pixie, can check out my other post.