Pixie haircuts, while they are extremely stylish, are really not for the faint of the heart, especially if you’ve never worn your hair so short. But with a fresh set of fringe to complement the look, it makes the pixie cut with bangs style extremely irresistible.
To help you on your quest to deciding which pixie haircut you should get, we’ve rounded up our favorite pixie haircut with bangs styles. From asymmetrical to textured fringes, you’d definitely swoon over each of these pixie cut with bangs styles:
Pixie Cut with Bangs: 10 Looks to Consider
1. Wispy Bangs
For the gal-on the go, or even lazy girls, this fuss-free pixie with wispy bangs is edgy and super easy to style. After washing, give your hair a rough dry to perk the look up a bit. Opt for straightening a few pieces to create a more tamed and refined look. Need a styling idea? Learn how you can create an edgy hairstyle for short hair.
2. Textured Bangs
For wavy and curly hair textures, you’ll prob need a fringe that works both ways. Ask your stylist for a fringe that has a length that works with straight or curly styles. This way, when you want to switch up the look of your bangs, you can. To style, wake up your texture with Bed Head by TIGI Queen Beach Salt Infused Texture Spray.
3. Layered Bangs
If you have fine hair, pixie haircuts with bangs that are layered can help give the illusion of thicker and fuller hair. Before styling, shampoo with Dove Oxygen Moisture Shampoo followed by Dove Oxygen Moisture Conditioner to increase volume. Finish with a hairspray, like Dove Style+Care Strength and Shine Flexible Hold Hairspray, to encourage movement within your layers.
4. Side-Swept Bangs
Favor the look of grown out bangs smoothed over to the side? Pair your pixie haircut with a set of side-swept bangs. We especially love this look for square face shapes as the fringe positioning helps soften up hard lines.
5. Balayage Fringe
A change of color can give you the update you want on your short pixie cut with bangs. Stick with balayage if you’re going for a look that feels more natural.
6. Curly Bangs
Have curly hair? Take full advantage of your texture and create a curly fringe like this. Here’s a tip: Use hair pins to keep your bangs in place.
7. Flipped Bangs
Want something different? Take cues from the street style set and try a trendy style like flipped hair. On short pixies, you can flip your bangs outward to create the effect.
8. Ice Blonde Bangs
Between the icy hue of this hair color, and the perfectly styled bangs, we don’t know which of the two makes this style stand out more. Try this look on a pixie cut with long bangs you’re in the mood for a look that adds some excitement to your overall style.
9. Piecey Fringe
If you have micro bangs you still can try your hand at a layered look. Create the wispy effect on baby bangs with this piecey fringe technique. Try this piecey bang tutorial to learn how you can create the look with gel.
10. Asymmetrical Fringe
If you just love the look of side-swept bangs and prefer to just have your pixie cut into that style, opt for asymmetrical bangs. Maintain the shape of your diagonal fringe with frequent hair cut touch-ups.