Chic and trendy—a pixie cut for thin hair yields a fuller, voluminous hairstyle for women. The admirable aspect of this chop is its versatility and practicality. It benefits modern women who don’t have much time for everyday styling.
Brazil-based hairdresser Mayara Goulart advises women to find a professional short haircut specialist. “They must know the proper technique to create a false volume with fine hair strands.” She adds, “Lacking technical skills and human sensitivities can end in an appalling look.”
Added layers will create lift and make fine locks seem denser. A pixie for thinner hair is most compatible with a square face shape as it softens a sharp jawline.
“Haircare products with a light fixation influence the final result,” Goulart emphasizes. She suggests Wella EIMI’s Perfect Me Hair Lotion or Sebastian’s Texture Maker Hairspray.
When you see pictures of pixie haircuts, you’ll see they need minimal styling, and regular upkeep is ideal. Going back to the salon every 4-6 weeks for a trim will keep the cut on point, regardless of your hair type.
Our guide will also provide expert tips and details to help you choose the perfect pixie for your thin hair.
Are you used to wearing long hair and a little skeptical about chopping off most of your length? Here’s a set of images of popular pixie cuts for thin hair you must see. Talk with your hairstylist about your choice.