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5 Ways to Rock Shailene Woodley’s Girly Pixi Cut

One of today’s hottest “it” girls, Shailene Woodley of The Fault in Our Stars is flaunting her short, impish hairstyle while showing off some fab styling options. Take a look at her full spectrum of hairstyles that suit every occasion from casual days to glammed up nights.

Laid Back Playful
Pushed over bangs, a messy side part and bodified roots give this short coif a uniquely laid back vibe. Add texture spray all over and blow dry while lifting sections with a vent brush. Run a dab of molding paste or styling wax through to complete this casual look.


Flirty Fringe
Go for a long, swooped fringe, floppy length on top and tucked-back sides to amp up the “pretty” appeal. Add volumizing foam and blow dry sections with a round brush to create lift and volume all over. Work a small amount of lotion or lightweight pomade through to finalize this thoroughly flirty look. Soft Sophistication
Add a touch of soft body and this style takes on a whole new level of sophistication. Add styling lotion and blow dry
Casual Elegance
A messy side part and slight lift on top gives this hairstyle a playful personality. Add a root boost at the scalp for lift and blow dry with a tight-bristled brush for control. Lift up on sections on top for volume while drying. Run a small amount of styling cream through dry hair, finger-styling everything neatly into place.

Classic Polished
This elegant style can be created with shine serum and a flat brush, “flat-wrapping” hair against your head while blow-drying. Create a very precise side part and comb hair neatly into place for a very polished and classic finish.

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