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The back and sides of this short hairstyle are tapered into the head while the top is jagged cut to achieve this textured 'do that is versatile enough to style in different ways depending on occasion or mood. Product is needed to pinch through the ends and regular trims every 4-6 weeks will help maintain shape.
Emma Fitzpatrick goes for a funky short â€˜do here with this jagged pixie cut. Having an oblong face and high forehead, Emma suits medium to short hairstyles with bangs well, just like this one. Her jagged fringe creates a nice frame for her eyes while the layers on top give her â€˜do extra body and texture. This hairstyle is particularly well-suited to women with fine, straight hair that benefit from extra thickness in their â€˜dos. The sides and back are tapered in towards the head giving this hairstyle a sleek, sculpted finish.
Emma has a cool, fair complexion and hazel green eyes, making her well-suited to ash blonde and brown tones. Here, she goes for a light beige brown shade that gives her a soft, natural-looking finish. No highlights are needed here as Emmaâ€™s hair color looks lovely on its own, plus pixie cuts work better with one dominant shade.
Emma Fitzpatrick is an American actress, known for her role in The Social Network (2010) and The Collection (2012).
Under 21, 21 - 30, 31 - 40, 41 - 50, 51 - 60, and Over 60
Use your fingers to pinch the styling product through your hair to create a textured finish.
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1. Style Hair Down at the Back Using Moulding Cream
Apply some moulding cream to your fingertips and then pull it through the ends of your hair in a downward motion to achieve a textured look.
2. Style Sides Down Using Moulding Cream
Using a small amount of moulding cream, work it through the mid-lengths and ends in a downward motion. For added texture, pinch the ends as you go sparingly.
3. Use Moulding Cream for Texture
Apply moulding cream to your fingertips and then pinch small clumps of hair in an up and forward motion. Pinch the clumps in different directions for a messier look.