Three Methods To Model A Pixie Minimize
My good friend Lauren is a darling. She has the sweetest pixie lower to match her equally sweet persona. Look at them eyes—they do not lie. She’s been feeling a little bored with her pixie lower these days, so I jumped at the possibility to help her change it up a bit and show her some simple kinds to make her excited about that hair. Because it is good hair. Really good hair.
Right here is Lauren’s hair before styling. Her layers are just a little longer than when she initially chopped her hair off. I personally LOVE this size!
Okay, let’s discuss the primary look. Wanna
The first step: To begin, I sprayed some dry shampoo beneath Lauren’s layers. She has pretty superb hair (ooooohhh, so advantageous), so this helped add some texture. I then chose large sections towards her crown and backcombed slightly to present some extra volume.
Step Two: I used a straightener to flip the ends of Lauren’s hair out (I exploit this GHD iron and that i love it). I black bob wig feel like you’ll be able to possibly go too crazy with this step, so begin off subtly and add more flippies the place you want them.
Step Three: Use a bit hair wax and pull on the ends of the hair. This helps the ends keep their texture and shape. Ensure not to use an excessive amount of or your hair may find yourself actually gummy. Finish this look with a pair squirts of hairspray!
See what I imply Total doll.
Alright, let’s get on to the second black bob wig look, shall we
The first step: Use a comb and create a really deep half.
Step Two: Take a bit of hair from the thinner side and twist. Pin with a bobby pin.
Step Three: Use a small barrel curling iron or wand and wrap longer sections of hair around it. Don’t clamp the ends if you are using a curling iron— this simply helps so as to add much more texture! Once you’re happy with what you have curled, finish with just a little hairspray. You may pull some hair over to cowl the bobby pins if you like.
This look is my private favorite for Lauren! It is so good on her.
Okay, time for the third and last search for this group of types!
The first step: Observe the first and second steps for look one. Once you have a little messy texture in your hair, seize a few of that useful-dandy hair wax and rub a little bit by the entrance part of your hair. Again, not a lot or the front of your hair might look kinda yuck.
Step Two: Give the back side of that section just a little backcombing motion. Once you have performed that, easy the front and pull back with a bobby pin. It helped me to twist the ends of Lauren’s hair when doing this so her hair stayed where I wished it to.
Seeing how easy and adorable these looks are nearly makes me wish to deliver back my very own pixie lower. It has been loads of years ago now, but I will always remember how freeing chopping all my hair off was! Possibly one day… xo. Katie
Credit: Author and Images // Katie Shelton. Photos edited with Petal from the Fresh Assortment and Imogen from the Folk Assortment.