Androgynous hair styles are cuts and styles that can fit either a male or female without changing the look. Flattering to a variety of face shapes, an androgynous hair style can accentuate both male and female physical traits. An androgynous hair style can be long or short, but typically are more of the short variety, and there are many popular looks to choose from.
The pixie hair cut is a trend that fits the androgynous look. Cut close to the head, the cut often has longer sections in some areas such as just the back, or the fringe. The pixie can be short cropped all over, which fits the cute boyish look for women, or leaving the fringe long and swept to the side which is the newest trend for young men. The pixie is versatile, can require little to no maintenance other than wash and go, and flatters most face styles. The pixie can be worn messy or smoothed and neat, and the wearer can change the look of this versatile hairstyle at will.
The angled bob is a new addition to the androgynous style hair cuts being adopted by more and more males. Always popular with women, the trend toward longer hair for men allows this style to fit into the new metro look very well. Often short in the back with an angled cut leading to a longer side and fringe on one side, it's seen often on pop stars or those in the fashion industry. Worn messy with a bit of mouse to hold the style, or flat and straight, this style is a very popular trendy look for men and women.
Emo hair styles designed to fit a more generic androgynous look for both men and women. Long fringe covering the eyes, and either fringed shorter sides or a straight angle back lend to the look. Generally worn flat or slightly messy, the look is designed to give the appearance of not caring about a particular style, even when it is a trend all its own. Sharp angles, long fringe which cover the eyes and strategic length variations are the hallmark of the Emo hair cut.
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