There have been many over the years, but here are just some of the best pixie cuts we’ve seen from the celebrities. Go ahead and catch some inspiration for your next hairstyle.
A pixie cut is a short hairstyle that’s usually slightly longer on top. It may include bangs, or curls, and a lot more. The pixie is surprisingly versatile, and just about anyone can look good in one depending on the style.
The stars have given us much inspiration for pixie cuts over the years, and here are just a handful of some of our favorites over the years.
You thought pixie cuts were making their way out the door? Charlize Theron’s pixie on the red carpet of the Annual Golden Globe Awards just said you thought wrong.
British model and actress Jodie Turner-Smith wows in a ‘20s Hollywood-inspired pixie cut featuring some incredibly wavy fingers wave.
Bound to make it on to the list was the cool who’s well acquainted with the pixie. While she usually goes for a short, black, she tends to switch it up with curls or, in this case, a new color.
With a welcomed departure from her usual very long and often colorful, Cardi B attended the VMAs this year in a layered pixie.
Halsey seated courtside at a basketball game between the LA Lakers and the Cleveland Cavaliers in her pixie cut featuring chic bangs is a look we can get behind.
Cara Delevigne went for the big chop and never looked back and we love the look. Here, the actress is on the red carpet for a movie premiere.
Let’s have an honest conversation, shall we? Which hairstyle has Zendaya not tried and looked incredible in? Here she is sporting a platinum blonde bowl cut.
The ever stylish Kehlani went for an edgy look with a short, black pixie cut. This was in 2016 at the Annual Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival.
The 90s blonde bombshell, Pamela Anderson opting for a short pixie just as bomb and just as a blonde as usual look that we’ve come to know.
And what a list of pixie cuts be without the bad girl herself. Riri has sported the hairstyle in so many variations over the years, experimenting with lengths, colors, and curls.