Despite its fragmented nature, this style appears elegant and neat, with a clean contour and debulking.
Vertical lines and angles are always flattering on round faces, but this cut shifts dimension from the sides to the top for a more elongating impact.
If you don't know how to style a pixie bob, opt for a densely layered chop designed for tousled styling.
If your hair is not too thin, thinning out the ends will allow your strands to fly while adding plenty of structure.
Long, layered curtain bangs complement the pixie choppiness, but keep the bottom blunt or point-cut for more volume.
Although choppy fringes are more common in bixie hairstyles, this form feels more gentler, with most of the pieces surrounding the face flipped to the sides but some bangs hitting the eyes.
This look uses delicate highlights to draw attention to the texture without using too many layers.
The angles formed along the perimeter give this style a sharp look, while the crown is attractively lifted with weight-removing layering and hair stacking.
This creative girl has put gold highlights all over her head to accentuate the nicely piece-y texture of her style and to provide depth as well as volume.
This lady took a different approach to coloring, focusing on the top of her hair to allow the darker hair to peek out from beneath the blonde and add complexity in the end.
If you're looking for a cool and trendy way to update your bob, go no further than this sophisticated and modern style with its nicely textured ends and elevated back.
The pixie's short inside layers are designed to wear the cut with texture, so all you need to do is secure it with a styling product.