Want to make those sculpt your jawline and make your cheekbones stand to attention?

Course you do.

Meet your New Pixie Crop.

What is it?

It’s a super cute look that feels gamine and boyish, while maintaining a pretty softness. We love it because the way it’s cut contours your bone structure in a really beautiful way.


What are the benefits?

✓ Gives you the big hair change you’ve been yearning for. What better time than at the end of a long, hard year?

Great shape that still has softness.

Makes fine hair look fuller.

✓ Hugs the cheekbones and jawline. So yes, you can put the sculpting powder away.

✓ Zero styling. Let’s make 2021 and little more easy breezy shall we?


Who does it work on?

Ok, so full disclosure: this look isn’t for everyone, (we’ve got some longer styles that you’ll love right over here). But it is great if you’re seeking a big change – with the kick ass confidence to pull it off.


The A-list references…

Mia Farrow in 1968 film, Rosemary’s Baby, was queen of the crop. The New Pixie Crop also comes with a cute, sweeping fringe, which feels a little Audrey Hepburn-esque. For more recent crop heroes, think Mia Farrow, Rihanna, Helen Mirren, Emma Watson, Michelle Williams and Halle Berry.


So, how does it work?

One of the reasons why people shy away from crops is that they feel super extreme and graphic. The New Pixie Crop skips the hard edges and instead, is cut to create a feeling of softness. The round-ish shape hugs the cheekbones and jawline, which really sets off your bone structure.


How do I style it?

Run a pump of Almost Everything Cream through while wet – and go. Doesn’t get simpler than that.


Who do I book?

Adrian P, Premlee R, Ryan W, Shelley B.


Want to see it in action? Josephine’s chop from shoulder length to New Pixie Crop is right here.