Pixie Haircuts for Women Over 60
Have you been thinking of opting for a short hairstyle? Pixie styles are a modern and contemporary way to wear your hair when you’re over 60. Actually, pixies look great at any age. These super short cuts are excellent for thick or thin hair, and you have more styling options than you probably think.
Let’s take a look at pixie haircuts for mature women over 60.
Time to Go Short?
It may be a little overwhelming to chop off your long locks all at once. Many women choose to do it gradually over time. Start with a shoulder-length hairstyle and eventually move shorter and shorter.
Natural or Colored
Pixie hairstyles look amazing in all colors, especially natural salt & pepper or completely white. This is also an excellent style to experiment with bright colors. How about a vivid red or deep purple if your personality calls for it?
Spiky, Sleek, Edgy, Messy, Curly…
There are countless ways to style short hair. I’ve put together a few examples of pixie hairstyles that look great on older women.
How to Care for Your Pixie Hairstyle
Short hair is typically easier to style and care for than longer hairstyles. Not to mention less time-consuming. The thing to consider when going for a pixie style is the upkeep. You will have to visit your stylist or hairdresser more often to keep your short locks looking fresh.
15 Best Pixie Haircuts for Older Women
Feathered Pixie Hairstyle with Highlights
This is a classic pixie cut that can be texturized with different tones of highlights and lowlights. Gently move the hair to one side to flatter the facial features.
Spiky Pixie with Colored Ends
Feeling a little more adventurous? Add a cool color to the ends of your spiky pixie hairstyle.
Sophisticated Brushed Back Bangs
This sophisticated pixie style looks great in a variety of colors and even adds an inch or two to your height.
Smooth and Slick Side-Parted Pixie
Elegantly side-parted and slicked -back short hair takes you from day to night in no time. Professional for the office and cool for dinner out.
Side Swept Pixie
Classic pixie with a twist! This cut is excellent for thin hair. Add a little volume building styling product and brush it all to one side.
Smooth Asymmetrical Natural Pixie
Slicked towards the front with asymmetrical bangs. Easy to style and care for. Use a little texturizing product to keep the style in place.
Bowl Cut Pixie
Longer bangs with a shorter back creates a flattering frame for the face. It also provides the hair with a little flirty movement.
Natural Curls Pixie
Got natural curls? Don’t fight them, work with them. This is a great wash-and-go pixie cut that is both girlish and convenient.
Brushed Forward Brown Feathered Pixie
This longer pixie style is excellent for thin hair. Set in a dark tone, the cut will make your hair look thicker.
Natural Messy Pixie
A perfectly disheveled pixie cut that looks great with grey, thick hair. This cut is excellent for all face shapes.
A chunky layered pixie provides volume and is an easy cut to grow out (should you want to go back to longer locks).
Ultra Cool Slicked Back Pixie
This pixie hairstyle is as chic as chic gets! Slicked back with a sexy twist and with just the right amount of volume.
Blast of Color Pixie
Bright colors look striking with a pixie cut. Don’t let anyone tell you that you’re too old to color your hair in vivid shades.
Super Short Natural Pixie
Gradual reduction of length from top to bottom with super short sides and neck. This pixie adds just a little volume on the top to flatter the features, is easy to care for, and is perfect for older Black women’s hair.
Smooth Deep Side Part
A strong reminder of the pixie cut that Twiggy pioneered in the 70s has now become a classic. I love this pixie hairstyle!
- Use several colors (highlights) in your short hair to create texture so that it doesn’t look too flat.
- Darker roots and lighter tips will make your hair look thicker and more defined.
- Don’t hesitate to use styling products like the Paul Mitchell Flexible Style Sculpting Foam, Living Proof Amp2 Instant Texture Volumizer, or the Kristin Ess Dry Finish Working Texture Spray.
Are you thinking of going short? Have you gone pixie already? Which is your favorite pixie hairstyle? Please leave a comment!