Cute Short Thick Pixie Haircut

Thick hair pixie “cap” haircut.  Back is cut short, tapered up, sides are left longer and cut into temple hugging V’s.  Top is slightly layered giving this hairstyle a capped look.  Full bang rests right at eye lashes.

TO STYLE:  Add volumizer and bow-out with a medium round brush, lifting sections up and over from the back of the crown to the front bang area.  Polish up the surface with a mini flat iron.

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