Celebrities with pixie cuts
Ginnifer Goodwin keeps her hair short, sideswept and perfectly in place.
It took three months for Charlize Theron to grow this pixie after shaving her head for a movie role. "It's the most freeing thing," she told Ryan Seacrest of getting rid of her long locks.
"I've never felt so confident as I did with short hair," Emma Watson told Glamour, though she acknowledged that her male fans weren't impressed.
Vanessa Hudgens went short and choppy for a movie role and then took her new 'do from punk to old Hollywood glam for an In Touch Weekly party.
Halle Berry has been rocking short hair for so long that we can barely remember what she looked like with long locks. Can you?
"The Great Gatsby" leading lady Carey Mulligan goes 1920s glam as flapper Daisy Buchanan for the film, premiering in May.
Rihanna's hair seems to change colors, lengths and styles each time we see her, but her pixie cuts always have her signature edge.
Many credit Michelle Williams with starting Hollywood's short hair trend.
Fans were shocked when Miley Cyrus traded in her long brown waves for a short platinum crop. The singer has been quoted declaring she will never go long again.
Hayden Panettiere suddenly went from cute to all grown up when she chopped off her blonde locks in 2010.
"Blue Bloods" actress Sami Gayle is only 17, but she's keeping up with Hollywood's leading ladies with her on-trend haircut.
Ashlee Simpson's pixie was always worn with attitude, and sometimes with a fedora.
Renee Zellweger balanced her short cut with bangs.