Women are mystical beings, and they like to change their looks from time to time. Most often, we opt for a new haircut when the dramatic change is needed. Here, however, many questions arise – should I do it, what do men think about this type of hairstyle, does it suit me, is it trendy – and so on.
Granted, all of these questions matter, so we’ll all answer them today, especially when it comes to an asymmetric elf cut. You may be wondering why we choose asymmetrical elves – the truth is that this kind of elf cut is becoming more popular nowadays and regardless of the season – this haircut seems all year round to rock.
Very often, women with curly hair are fooled by the false consume that Pixies are only for straight hair. We’re here to assure you that short elves look just as good on wavy hair as they do on straight. You can take a look for yourself if you do not trust us.
Textured Elf With Side Swept Pony
Chaotic stratified asymmetric pixie
The most significant advantage of asymmetric pixies lies in their versatility. The thing is, there are literary boundaries when it comes to styling it – you can actually pull off everything easily, and this messy elf is the perfect example.
Punky Spiky Pixie Haircut
Tapered Coif Haircut With Undercut
Asymmetric Pixie for Thin Black Hair
Short Graduated Chop Pixie for Thick Hair Brunette
Long asymmetric pixie for wavy hair
try the Pixie Cut, but are afraid to sacrifice all those long hairs, and that’s understandable. However, there is a perfect way out for those of you who want to keep a long, asymmetrical elf. As you can see, a longer pixie cut looks just as fabulous as its shorter equivalent!
Long, asymmetrical pixie for straight hair with side bangs
and conceal all defects while bringing along all the advantages . Remember that a rusty red hair color is becoming increasingly popular nowadays!
Pixie Cut for Short Curly Hair
Voluminous asymmetrical pixie cut with deep side part