Just because you have short hair doesn’t mean you can’t achieve a full-bodied, textured look. Short-haired celebs like Rumer Willis have mastered the look on pixie cut styles and you can, too, with these expert tips!
Finding new ways to style short hair can sometimes be a struggle. While celebrities with pixie cuts like Rumer Willis make it look easy, unless you have a stylist on call, you probably tend to let your short hair do its own thing. That’s why we spoke with Matrix SOCOLOR Celebrity Stylist Nick Stenson, who recently worked with the Broadway star, for his expert tips on getting that effortless textured finish on super short hair.
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While working with Rumer, Nick started on slightly damp hair and applied Matrix StyleLink Turbo Dryer Blow Dry Spray to eliminate frizz and flyaways before styling even starts. After a quick blow-dry with a round brush, Nick applied Matrix StyleLink Heat Buffer Thermal Styling Spray to Rumer’s hair to keep it from getting damaged while he ran a 1 and 1/2-inch curling iron through her short hair.
For added volume, Nick worked Matrix StyleLink Texture Builder Messy Finish Spray into Rumer’s hair with his fingers. To add a bit of shine, Nick finished with a dime-sized amount of Matrix StyleLink Gloss Booster.
How To Style Short Hair — Copy Rumer Willis’ Textured Pixie Cut
Wear your textured pixie as is, or copy Rumer and roughly comb your hair back, accessorizing with a metallic headband like this option from Amazon.
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— Marissa DeSantis