#1: Side-Swept Lixie for Round Faces
Round-faced ladies who are looking for a complimentary style should try a side-swept pixie. The low side part and draping front do wonders for a round face shape. The flatter lines of this cut are very youthful and easy to achieve. Keep in mind you are not trying to style this shape with a ton of fullness, so a medium round brush and your hands are all you need. You’ll want to dry the hair directionally to the side and front for a funky finish.
Related: Flattering long pixie cuts for full faces.
#2: Stacked Lixie Cut on Straight Hair
A stacked lixie cut on straight hair is a great style that is achieved at the salon by a professional whose tools could vary from a razor to thinning shears. When it comes to hairstyles for women over 70, Longer pixies have many variations from the longer fringe, longer perimeter, stacked back, and can definitely evolve over the season for more wearability.
#3: Long Pixie Cut for Wavy Hair
A long pixie cut for wavy hair is a great choice, especially if you would rather have a little bit more length than a traditional pixie. Longer lengths around the ear and in the crown make this shape more feminine and also give it versatility. Tuck the hair behind the ear for a different style on one side or both, your choice. A seventy-year-old with any face shape will look soft and stylish with this long pixie.
#4: Spiky Long Pixie on Thinning Hair
If you have thinning hair, you might want to try a spiky long pixie. Ask your stylist to cut the crown layers about 2 inches long, leaving enough hair to tousle and spike which will hide thin places on the scalp. Volumizing gel and a texture paste can help you create that messy style. You’ll look 10 years younger with this fun pixie.
#5: Textured, Piece-y Long Pixie
A textured, piece-y long pixie is a trendy, feminine, and chic way to freshen up the hair without risking too much length off. The lixie haircut, long pixie, is a great trial style to begin exploring shorter hairstyles. Discussing with the salon professional the frequency of service can provide clarity of how often to come in for a refresh, and can predetermine how long or short to go in length.
#6: Messy Pixie for Thin Hair
A messy long pixie for thin hair can give the illusion of fuller hair with this lixie hairstyle. A woman over a certain age often times has thinning hair issues, and partnering with a salon professional could result in finding the appropriate length and style of the right long pixie variation that best fits them.
#7: Tousled Lixie Hairstyle
The tousled lixie hairstyle is making its stamp in modern hair trends. The longest pixies are a perfect fit for women that are transitioning to shorter lengths or are wanting to go a little longer for the season. Like makeup contouring, playing with the lengths can, for example, shorten a long neck, camouflage age lines across the forehead, or shape a rounder face.
#8: Tapered Long Pixie on Grey Hair
A tapered long pixie on grey hair can be a fresh new hairdo option for the next visit to the salon. A short haircut comes in all lengths and variations, and a long pixie can add some youth back into grey hair. Some photos of inspiration can assist with choosing the right fit for the next best haircut.
#9: Razored Long Pixie with Layers
Try a razored long pixie with layers if you’re searching for a style with lots of texture and movement. A razor haircut is cut with a small hand tool razor that gives hair extra pieciness and separation. A long pixie hairstyle cut with a razor can be very beneficial for medium to thick hair, and will help get rid of bulk. This technique can make your hair more manageable as well. Try styling your pixie with a wax that has a gloss to it for the best-textured finish.
#10: Tapered Asymmetrical Pixie Crop
A tapered asymmetrical pixie crop is a sassy way to spruce up one’s personal style and not fall into the typical “short hairstyle for older women.”
#11: Long Pixie Crop for Thick Hair
If you’re a woman in her 70s, go for a long pixie crop for thick hair. It can be a freeing way to transition into a breathable haircut in the warmer seasons. Short styles can be classy and polished or vary from edgy to sassy. Stacked styles or longer face frames are also great add-ons to the short style when transitioning to other times of the year and the style is needing to evolve for fun.
Related: Edgy haircuts for women over 70.
#12: Shaggy Pixie with Curtain Bangs
Consider a shaggy pixie with curtain bangs for its softer short style. Hair textures with a tiny bit of wave or body will enjoy the easiness of this wash-and-wear style. Ask your stylist to leave a bit of length in the crown and around the ears to encourage movement. Air-dry this style with a volumizing gel or scrunch with your hands and a blow dryer. A shaggy pixie is a great choice for ladies over 70 who are looking for a more modern style.
Related: Best shag haircuts for ladies in their 70s.
#13: Sleek Pixie with Bangs
A sleek long pixie with bangs is a great style choice and will really change things up. A timeless pixie is a cute shape that is a breeze to maintain. A short cut takes minutes to dry and you don’t need much product or shampoo. The only drawback is that short styles need to be trimmed more often, about every 4 weeks.
#14: Long Pixie with Feathered Layers
A long pixie with feathered layers is the perfect cut for women over 70. Soft layers moving away from the face perk up sagging facial features and make you appear younger-looking. A shorter cut is also less time-consuming to style, and tapering in the nape gets rid of even more hair. If your hair is a medium texture with some body, you might be able to air dry. For finer hair textures, use a volume-building product and blow-dry with your hands for the best finish.
#15: Choppy Pixie Cut on Fine Hair
Fine hair ladies should try a choppy pixie cut if you’re looking for a trendier style. Ask your stylist to layer your hair but leave some wispy length around the perimeter. If you are lucky enough to have some body, this will work fabulously, just add some texture wax and air dry. Straighter hair might require some scrunching with the wax to create body. Either way, 70-year-old women will benefit from this cute style that is easy to maintain.
Related: See more short hairstyles for ladies over 70 with fine hair or Short choppy haircuts for 70-year-olds.
#16: Layered Pixie Bob for Older Women with Glasses
A layered pixie bob is a great choice for older women over 70 with glasses. The longer lengths around the ears help the hair lay well around the sides of the glasses and won’t stick out. Long pixies compliment all facial shapes and are trendy and popular, even for a grandma. A long pixie bob is versatile and can be worn curled or straight, and as a stylist, is one of my top picks for women of all ages.
#17: Low-Maintenance Pixie for Senior Citizens
A low-maintenance pixie for seniors over seventy can be chosen wisely with the help of the salon professional and some photos of inspiration.
Long pixie styles, for example, can start short but can also grow out by default into a style that still looks intentional while preserving a youthful appeal and keeping salon visits less frequent.
#18: Pixie Mullet with Short Bangs for Curly Hair
For a woman in her seventies, a pixie mullet with short bangs for curly hair is a modern twist to a retro style. A long pixie haircut allows for textures like curly and wavy to move organically to the curvature of the head while causing low to no mechanical manipulation. This will promote hair health and reframe the need for frequent salon visits.