Ever since Anne Hathaway  buzzed off her long hair, the actress has found many unique ways to change up what amounts to a bit of fringe. As she works the award season and promotional circuit for Les Misérables, her pixie has morphed with every occasion. Be inspired by Anne's many red-carpet looks to style your own short hair, or discover new ideas for growing out bangs, too.
At the New York City Ballet Fall gala, Anne was still growing out her short bangs. Piecey texture is a great way to disguise in-between lengths.
The easiest way to change up a short haircut is to switch the part. Anne swapped sides for the London premiere of Les Misérables.
It was a dark and seductive style at the Les Misérables New York premiere. Anne wore her pixie tightly slicked down, with lots of lashes and a bold berry lip.
On the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Anne Hathaway  went for a subtly windblown effect. To get a similar look, finger-style while you blow-dry, and finish off with a spritz of dry shampoo.
Anne went for a tough-girl persona at the National Board of Review Awards gala. The asymmetrical style was an edgy take on your average pixie.
For the Producers Guild Awards, Anne opted for a formal style with sides and bangs combed backward. Call it a toned-town pompadour, if you will.
When you want to get short hair out of your face, try Anne's look from the SAG Awards. Use a bit of pomade and a blow dryer to smooth bangs up and back.
Anne proved that making the switch from side bangs to blunt fringe is easy. She wore her hair combed down into an eye-grazing style for the Berlin Film Festival.
At the Costume Designers Guild Awards, Anne tried out a deep side part, one of this season's biggest trends.
Anne added a bobby pin to keep her bangs at bay for Vanity Fair's Les Misérables celebration, giving the look a youthful feeling.