You could say that Iris Law is the queen of modern pixies. The style seems to change every week. This week it has a center part and brown roots.
Another recent Law look is a gentler and more mussed counter to her straight and separated style.
Fans of timeless takes (think Mia Farrow) can start here—and get creative during the grow-out process.
This coifed punk pixie has subtle mixie vibes, and plays best when gelled to perfection.
This overgrown pixie veers into mullet territory, but its easy texture lends to a low-maintenance look.
Snipped to frame her forehead, Teyana Taylor’s pixie features soft curls at the crown, a texture that can only be furthered with the help of a texture spray.
Those with textured hair should consider styling time and effort if the goal is a pin-straight take.
Turner-Smith's natural hair makes this slightly parted pixie look better by giving it lift and a perfectly wavy finish.
A carefully overgrown pixie cut like this one from Joey King feels charming, shows off your natural texture, and lets your hair air dry.
This option feels like a nod to gothic glamour and is ideal for someone with straight hair who wants to make a major statement.