In this episode, Ricco and Tony tell us the history of the Pixie cut, a sexy and sensual style used by women after World War I and the Spanish flu.
Used as a way to find and express freedom, women started cutting their long locks into shorter layers of hair that framed their faces; this is how the Pixie cut trend started. Over the years celebrities across the entertainment industry like Audrey Hepburn, Mia Farrow, Madonna, Halle Berry, and recently J-Lo have rocked this cut on the movies, tv-series, and stages across the world. Tony and Ricco even have their own approach, technique, and specific face shape for this cut!
Join the Altieri Brothers on a quick history masterclass about the Pixie hairstyle in this episode!
This haircut appeared after World War I.
The Pixie cut consists of short hair with several layers.
This haircut works with different kinds of bright colors like red, blonde, and platinum.
A heart-shaped face is Riccardo's favorite face shape to do the Pixie cut.
Different celebrities have worn this hairstyle over the years.
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Watch the trailer of Audrey Hepburn’s in Roman Holiday here
Mia Farrow’s Pixie cut in the tv series Peyton Place here