The Best Haircuts to Get After a Pixie

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Q: I really enjoy trying out tons of new, crazy hairstyles, but I find myself stuck with this short, pixie-like cut. 

Lilian wants to grow out her pixie cut and change her hair colour.

Don't get me wrong, I like it so far, but waiting for it to grow out is getting a little tedious. My hair is thick, dark brown (nearly black), a normal texture and super-wavy when it's longer.

I've come to the conclusion that I want to colour it, but I'm not sure how; I've never had colour-treated hair before. 

What should I do with it, and what kind of hairstyle should I try next? I'm up for anything, so long as it doesn't require hair gel! — Lilian

A: Lilian, you look great with your hair short, but obviously change is in the air.

I love this cropped long-short cut for you. 

Michelle Williams at Tiffany's Blue Book Ball in 2013.

Skip the gel and use a hand cream to make the separation and texture like this picture.

Michelle Williams for Louis Vuitton.

Michelle Williams for Louis Vuitton.

This will lend itself for a longer cut down the road.

Michelle Williams at the 2013 London premiere of 'Oz the Great and Powerful.'

I would also put some highlights in your dark hair to show movement. 

Halle Berry at the 2009 premiere of 'X-Men Origins: Wolverine.'

These tones will work with your skin and eye colour beautifully.

Highlighted brown hair.

I think this style would suit the shape of your face, too, but I would wear your own colour with this look!

Short bangs.

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Bill Angst is one of Canada’s top celebrity hairstylists and the owner of Angst Salon at 240 Queen Street East in Toronto. Call 416-360-5942 to book an appointment.

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