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Last week we brought you a post featuring general ideas for transitioning your hair from daytime to evening. This week, we’ve shared some more specific inspirations for changing up layers and bobs, and now we complete the series with a look a shorter looks. For pixie cuts, Ginnifer Goodwin and Evan Rachel Wood provide great examples of taking a short shape from casual to glamorous. Ginnifer wears her head hugging shape with a tousled piece-y finish that is transformed by pushing bangs to the side and adding height. Evan goes for a more dramatic transformation, switching from messy side-swept pompadour to glossy finger waves. Read on for steps and product recommendations for dressing up (and down) short hair. –– Laura Martin 

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celeb pixie cuts

Long locks are always a do, but when you’re ready to ditch the mermaid hair and be Audrey Hepburn chic, it’s time to don the pixie cut. The short style was first popularized in the late 1950s, mostly inspired by Audrey and Mia Farrow. The style is having a resurgence in popularity today. Open a magazine or watch a show, and one of your favorite celebrities will be wearing a short do. Dare to wear your hair short, whether feminine or sassy. Click through to style notes to take inspiration from the best celebrity pixie looks. –– Michelle Rotbart 

For Evan Rachel Wood’s hair, it is an exciting time. She started 2012 as an archetypal strawberry blonde bombshell, but changed it up earlier in the year with a short crop cut. Now that crop is growing out she is styling it with newfound twisted pixie inspiration. With big, pretty eyes, red lipstick, exposed shoulders and neck, a bold, brave attitude, this look works a treat.

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We told you! Short hair is cool! Joining fellow beauties from the Hollywood nouveau –– Ginnifer Goodwin, Michelle Williams, Rooney Mara –– Evan Rachel Wood surprises and delights with this dramatic change. No more archetypal strawberry blonde, no more stereotypical long layer cut, this pompadoured short crop in a dark blond hue gives her a completely different look. Notice how it lifts up her cheekbones, see how eyes pop. If you want to go short, keep the sides short, with some length on top –– it gives you some hair to play with, so you can creatively vary your style everyday.