It's gonna get sappy up in here.
Everyone has their signature beauty look--mine is my pixie cut. I’ve had it for years, so I know a lot about styling short hair by now. It’s one of my favorite topics to write about. In fact, the very first article I ever wrote for xoVain was about styling my pixie cut.
Now that 2014 is just about over, I present my year-end list of the best pixie posts. Tips, product recommendations, and easy tutorials: it’s all here to help make life easier for all you short-haired girls.
This was written after I dyed my hair jet black, but it also applies for those trying out short hair for the first time. Check it out for six tips for dealing with the scariness of a brand-new hairstyle.
I’ve had my pixie cut since college and I love it. Still, I get easily bored, so in 2014 I started to contemplate growing it out. This still hasn’t happened (yet), but I did get far enough in my first attempt to come up with a few hacks and products recommendations that make the growing-out process easier.
If you do decide to grow out your pixie cut, or if you happen to have a pixie that’s on the longer side, here are three easy braid tutorials for you to try. These can also be helpful for growing out bangs.
Just because you’re getting married doesn’t mean you have to suddenly get extensions. To help you be your beautiful self on your wedding day, I came up with three different hairstyles that any short-haired bride can do.
This includes reviews of six of my favorite products for short hair. Four of them are under $10 and can be found at most drugstores, while the other two products from WEN and Lush are slightly more expensive but totally worth it. I also demonstrate the three different ways that I style my hair using these products.
- Do you have short hair, and if so, did you find these articles helpful?
- If you don’t have short hair, will you promise to cut it for the New Year? I have so many more short hair tutorials coming up in 2015, and I know you don’t want to miss out.