The Voice Kids judge Pixie Lott took to Instagram yesterday evening to reveal that she has ditched her ringlet curls for something shorter and sleeker. The Won’t Forget You singer shared a photo from the salon chair, revealing she bid farewell to her signature curls in favour of a bob, along with a fresh fringe to boot!
In a year when so many stars have joined the bob brigade, Pixie’s look is actually quite unique. Rather than a generic crop, she has opted for a style inspired by Michelle Pfeiffer’s character in cult film Scarface – and it’s so good we’re actually kind of annoyed we didn’t think of it first.
See how she’s emulated Michelle’s iconic hairstyle by scrolling on down below…
Pixie Lott’s latest look is inspired by Michelle Pfeiffer in Scarface
Not wanting to keep fans in the lurch, Pixie shared a photo direct from the salon chair with her 580k Instagram followers, with the majority quickly jumping in to compliment her new hairdo. “Omg I love it!!! Looks amazing Pix!” wrote one fan, while another seemed to prefer her old look “Miss the other style, but you rock this too ?”.
As you can see, she has gone quite a lot shorter, with her strands now sitting at just about shoulder length. Besides the length, Pixie’s also added in a soft, long fringe, which brings out her big doe eyes and adds a sultry feel. Credit: @pixielott
“Say hello to my little friend ?” Pixie wrote under the photo, a reference to the 1984 film Scarface, starring Al Pacino and Michelle Pfeiffer. Anyone who’s seen it will spot that Pixie’s look is pretty much identical to Michelle’s sleek ‘do in the film, a blunt blonde bob with glamorous, rolled-under ends. Credit: @lizlangeofficial
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