Going full pixie

New haircut alert! I’ve been mulling over going from my short hairdo to a full pixie cut for awhile now — being inspired by super-short hairstyles from Charlize Theron to Audrey Hepburn — and it felt like the right time to try it out at the beginning of summer.

I took these quick selfies when I got home directly from my hairdresser.

Librarian for Life + Style | New pixie haircut

Librarian for Life + Style | New pixie haircut

I am LOVING this new ‘do! It’s got sass and some edge, and I really love how my silver hairs are more prominent with this cut. It’s not that much different from my previous cut, really, and yet the little differences make a big impact.

And OF COURSE I’ve been having fun playing with my hair, spiking it up and down and pinning it back, and more. You’ll see! 😉 Regardless the length of my hair, I like to experiment with it. For example, I’m eager to try out the quiff hairstyle again, previously seen here.

Librarian for Life + Style | New pixie haircut

Librarian for Life + Style | New pixie haircut

Have you gone full pixie, or had a different yet dramatic haircut? Please leave a comment and share! 🙂

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13 thoughts on “Going full pixie

  1. Brenda N

    Love it, Jen. It looks great! The texture is perfect. As a pixie girl myself I give it two thumbs up. 🙂

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  2. Erin

    Oh wow! I love this!! I’m so envious of the fact that your hair does so many beautiful things. There’s no way I could cut my hair this short without having to spend hours on it each day. It’s just too thin and flat (or thin and curly, depending on the day). I’m looking forward to seeing all the different ways you can style this.

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