Even though Jennifer Lawrence has chopped off the majority of her hair, her styling options are about to get so much more interesting. We can't wait to see how she changes up her short cut for the many Hunger Games: Catching Fire red carpets. And we'll be stalking her pixie throughout the promotional tour, so make sure to bookmark this page for city-to-city updates. Her latest look was a simple yet sleek coiffure with a dramatic smoky eye and pale pink lip at the New York premiere, and you can see more photos of her hair evolution after the jump!
If you think the pixie cut is just for Summer, think again. Not only does this fun style look equally amazing in the Fall and Winter, but the pixie is also having a serious trend moment in Hollywood. Not sure where to begin? We've rounded up 28 celebrities (including recent pixie girl Jennifer Lawrence) who have all tried the crop in various lengths, styles, and colors for your ultimate pixie inspiration gallery.
What do you do once you've committed to the big chop? Styling short hair can actually be more challenging than longer looks because there's no lazy-day ponytail option. Check out these tips from Real Beauty for changing it up with cropped hair.
Now that you've made the chop, we've rounded up five of our favorite short hairstyles with styling tips courtesy of celeb hairstylist Ben Skervin.
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Formal events for short hair can be an uphill battle. Since updos are out of the question, how do ladies who have committed to the crop pull off hair that's party-ready? The answer is actually much easier than you think. "Formal hair for women with short hair is all about texture," says celebrity stylist Mark Townsend, who has done hair for Christina Aguilera and Natalie Portman. "Go for a style that's a little bit more than your natural hairstyle." Get some easy styling tips for your next formal event when you keep reading.
Ever since Audrey Hepburn made the pixie cut an iconic style, celebrities have been adopting this easy cut. Lately, it seems as if this cropped look has been popping up everywhere. From Michelle WIlliams to Zoe Kravitz, the women who brave the short hair prove that there are fun and flirty ways to personalize this style. Keep clicking to see five ways to own your pixie.
As for the dramatic change, she joins a list of many actresses who have changed their hair for a flick. She's currently filming Gimme Shelter and explains of her role, "I play this girl, who's like homeless and she doesn't care about her look very much. I kind of look like a boy throughout the whole movie." Vanessa even chopped her hair herself, with the assistance of the movie's director, Ron Krauss. Vanessa seems to be on the fence about her new look, but what do you think?