You may think that curls and pixie cuts are a recipe for disaster, but having extra texture actually works in your favor. (Think: More volume, less styling and easier grow-out.) Don’t believe us? Look no further than the seven ladies below.
Credit: Melodie Jeng/Getty Images
Faux Hawk Pixie
For a hint of rocker edge, keep extra length on top and let your hair fall naturally to one side.
Credit: Silver Screen Collection/Getty Images
One of the most iconic cases for a curly crop, Sophia Loren showed us that big, face-framing curls can be incredibly glamorous.
Credit: Axelle Bauer Griffin/Getty Images
Classic Pixie Cut
Not too short nor too long, this curly cut is as low maintenance as they come. Tip: Use a frizz-control product on damp hair and let it dry naturally.
Credit: Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images
A great option for ladies with thick and wavy strands, the key is to keep the lengths varied throughout your hair to get plenty of movement.
Credit: Samir Hussein/Getty Images
Short and cropped
This closely shorn style is clean and classic (and can easily be dressed up with a well-placed accessory, as seen on Lupita here).
Credit: Daniele Venturelli/Getty Images
With longer pieces that fall just below your ears, this curly cut will go from barely-there pixie to bob before you know it.
Credit: Vera Anderson
Longer on top and shorter on the sides, this versatile pixie is equal parts edgy and romantic (and endlessly flattering).