The reason this gamine pixie cut has been popular since the ‘60s is because it’s so feminine and makes any cheekbones look stellar. But what modernizes Anne Hathaway’s crop, required for her role in Les Miserables, is that it’s “short on the sides, slightly longer on the top, and the two lengths are seamlessly blended,” says her stylist, Sascha Breuer. The other key is adding texture so hair looks effortless and a tad undone. It’s easyjust work a walnut-size scoop of Oribe Pomade into towel-dried hair and blow-dry with your fingers to keep the style “cool, modern, and loose,” says Breuer.
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