Love Beyonce’s Pixie? Expert Tips — Is The Cut Right For You?

Fri, August 9, 2013 10:43am EST by 3 Comments
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Beyonce’s dramatic haircut may just be one of the biggest beauty stories this year, but will it be one of the biggest beauty trends? An expert hairstylist EXCLUSIVELY tells us just how this look should be rocked. Keep reading for all the deets.

We love Beyonce, 31, no matter what she does. As far as we’re concerned, the woman can do no wrong, style wise (we’ll even defend those Destiny’s Child-era red carpet color-coordinated ensembles she wore). So, obviously, we’re loving her pixie cut. But would we be able to rock it ourselves? An expert hairstylist EXCLUSIVELY spoke to on who is best suited to follow in Beyonce’s footsteps.

Get Beyonce’s Hair — Is Her Pixie Right For You? Expert Tells All

Clearly, taking the plunge and getting a pixie cut takes some guts and is a huge commitment. So, you should know as much as possible about the cut before heading to your salon.

Wella celebrity stylist Claudio Lazo told us all about what it takes to rock a pixie cut. Claudio says that first and foremost: “The best type of face shape for that look is…high check bones, girls with round faces that have some sort of novelty in their look.”

But what exactly does the mean? “Full lips, high foreheads and long necks”, explains Claudio — and Beyonce’s amazing features certainly qualify.

A pixie is also great for women who want some versatility in their look because it can look chic as well as funkydue to the fact that “you can go crazy using different products like texture pastes to gels.”

But Claudio says that the most important part of this look is your attitude! “The girl that wears this short look is a secure and confident woman. Think Audrey Hepburn in the 60’s and Sophia Loren in the 50’s”. Or Beyonce today!

Tell us what you think of our expert advice, HollywoodLifers! Would YOU get a pixie cut?

WATCH: Beyonce Shocking Short Pixie Haircut Debuts On Instagram

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  3. Beyonce’s Short Haircut Empowers Women Everywhere

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Posted at 11:27 AM on August 9, 2013  

this cut……………….just why not black?

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Posted at 10:57 AM on August 9, 2013  

Reblogged this on The Everyday Chronicles and commented:
Time for me to add my two cents into the pot of today’s topic…Beyonc’e new do. I as well as I’m sure plenty of other people appreciate and adore Beyonce’s new do. Of course there were just as many nay sayers and at some point cruel people with comments on Instagram and Facebook who weren’t as receptive. Um….its just HAIR. I totaly understand the point in which a woman wants to shake things up a bit and go for something new. I personally have had my hair long, and short and now of couse au naturale.

People need to be more receptive and not quick to insult. Yes everyone is entitled to their own opinion but when you go from not liking it to being cruel that is a problem.

For all the women out their ready for a change in do, know that I support you. Life is to be enjoyed with no regrets…..

– The Everyday Chronicles continue

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