Textured Layers Textured layers are a great way to manage thick hair because they add plenty of movement to your hair and minimize the thickness of your strands. To make this cut work even better for you, you can also ask your stylist to thin out your hair with thinning shears.
How do you know which pixie cut is right for you?
A long face that isn't quite oval might not be the ideal candidate for a pixie cut. A short bob might be better since a pixie cut will only draw in too much attention on the length of your face. But if you're really set on the cut, add in a side-part for added balance and width.
Are short layers good for thick hair?
Shags and all their many iterations have been popular for a while, and Saviano says they're especially good for thick hair. "The super short, textured layers both remove weight and add a ton of movement," he says.
What's a bixie cut?
"The bixie is a combination of the pixie and the bob haircut," Jenna Spino, hairstylist at Maxine Salon, says. "Blending the two cuts gives the fullness of a short pixie while keeping the length and versatility of a bob." The bixie merges the two hairstyles in a way that is both chic and breezy.
Should thick hair be layered or one length?
If your hair is fine and thick, layers will help reduce weight and add movement. If it's fine and thin, light layers might be preferred, to keep as much hair as possible. Coarse, thick hair is typically very layer-friendly and frequently preferred.
Do pixie cuts look good with thick hair?
A pixie haircut for thick hair is a simple way to make you look sharper and brighter. Short hair will bring extra attention to your face, so you should figure out in advance which features you want to highlight with short hair.