Should You Get A Pixie Cut For Spring?

I’ve been looking at images of celebs and models

who’ve made the chop

and gone to a pixie cut,

 a short crop or a shag for spring.

Kristin Chenoweth super sexy pixie cut

(and then looking at more images 

of those that did it a while back too)

Pamela Anderson looking stunning in her pixie cut

On some it looks fresh, vital and totally modern.

Charlize Theron Pixie cut

Halle Berry pixie cut

Jennifer Lawrence pixie cut

On others it highlights crows feet, lengthens the face,

and doesn’t necessarily look that flattering.

most of the time Anne Hathaway’s pixie cut looks gorgeous, but sometimes it emphasizes creasing around her eyes and bags under her eyes

Before you make the cut, pull all your hair back

and study your face and neck.

Look at your face shape,

which features are currently being softened 

by your current hair style,

and which features will become overly pronounced

with a short short cut.

A short cut can make a long face look very long.

Isabel Lucas pixie cut

Sometimes just making the cut choppy,

side sweeping the bangs, going for a short bob,

or keeping a little more length and volume around the face

can soften up your features enough to make it

look both modern and pretty.

Audrey Tatou’s curly pixie cut is perfection

Emma Watson gorgeous in a shag cut

I loved Michelle Williams’ pixie cut,

but as it has been growing out it keeps getting prettier,

and her new bob looks fresh and interesting too,

with a soft and feminine feel to it.

Vanessa Hudgens’ choppy shag is versatile and modern,

giving her styling option as well as a fresh, vibrant look.