Celebrity Inspiration: Kate Hudson
Get It: Whether you're looking for an updated way to do your already-short hair or you want a drastic change, this could be the Fall look for you. "This modern pixie is created with point-cutting or a razor to create a piecey, textured look," said celebrity stylist Kieran McKenna, who's actually Kate Hudson's stylist. She also works with Stephanie Seymour and Kate Moss.
Style It: "Styling this look should be achieved by drying with a flat brush and a hairdryer, brushing your hair from one side to the other and occasionally forward," McKenna said. "Once dry, use either Oribe Swept Up Powder Spray ($42), which creates separation and rougher texture, or Oribe Rough Luxury Soft Molding Paste ($39), which will help maintain the touchable feeling of your hair while supporting volume and texture."
Who It Flatters Most: An oval face shape is the best shape for this particular cut, McKenna says. "Other face shapes can, by all means, rock a pixie, but there will be areas that will need to be altered to balance face shape," she noted.