Sometimes, it takes a celebrity to reintroduce a hair style that you may desire, just to confirm that it is ‘in trend’ – like the pixie crop. Made famous originally by fashionista Twiggy all those years ago, the pixie crop is a timeless hair style that can only suit certain faces. However, this particular hair cut can be worn in a range of different ways, so don’t dismiss it just because you’re worried that it won’t suit you – take inspiration from the many celebrities who have gone for the chop and seen outstanding results.
One of the most recent examples of a celebrity getting rid of her famously long her in favour of the pixie crop was Anne Hathaway, who had to cut her hair for her role in Les Miserables. While at first, Anne wasn’t too sure this was the look for her, the amount of praise she has received from critics everywhere changed her mind. Annes boyish short hair compliments her delicate face and small features perfectly, adding the extra focus to her warm brown eyes.
Never one to shy away from a new hair style, another fashionista who is fond of the pixie crop is Victoria Beckham. The fashion designer originally donned a short bob hair style when she made it in the Spice Girls, but after numerous different lengths and colours she returned to a much shorter, much more chic style in 2008 – which, again, was very well received.
She may have been originally known for her sweet, innocent appearance and thick, frizzy hair when playing Hermione in the Harry Potter films, but Emma Watson was soon to shake off this stereotype. As soon as her Harry Potter career came to a close, Watson made the perfect move by going for the pixie crop – a move so drastic but yet so brave. This opened up a world full of opportunities for the young starlet, who was then used as the face of Burberry.
In fact, Emma Watson took inspiration for her pixie crop from the beautiful Mia Farrow. Mia was well known for donning this hair style thanks to the legendary Vidal Sassoon for her role in Rosemary’s baby.
If you are interesting in going for the chop and trying out the pixie crop then why not – you have nothing to lose and a lot to gain! However, why do something both charitable and profitable by selling your hair to produce hair systems for people suffering from hair loss?