Ever since she had her long locks chopped off on camera for a dramatic Les Miserables scene, Anne Hathaway has been setting a raging pixie cut trend. As the award winning actress gushed over her Golden Globe win last night, we were fixed on her classic, almost Audrey-esque look that included a perfectly styled pixie, effortlessly gorgeous face and breathtaking Chanel gown.

As evidenced by the red carpet, hair trends seem to be going the way of either super short or extra long, but not too much in between. If you're daring enough to try Anne's look on yourself, here are a few things to get you started (Chanel not included.)


Pixie cuts aren't a challenge to style if you have a stylist who knows what he or she is doing. Once you have the right cut, styling it is pretty much a breeze. 

Apply a texturizing spray like Short Sexy Hair Play Dirty (middle) to damp hair and work with fingers as you blowdry. Once dry, you shouldn't need much more than a small dab of Texturizing Taffy (left), or other styling wax or putty, to give hair a piecey texture. Wrap it up with finishing hairspray (right) and call it the easiest 5-minute hairstyle of your life.

Products, from left:

Kenra Texturizing Taffy, Got Beauty

Short Sexy Hair Play Dirty texturizing spray, Classy Chassis Beauty Supply

Matrix Vavoom Freezing Spray, Got Beauty


Keep the fresh and natural look with a subtle matte pink and taupe shadow combo like Urban Decay's Naked Basics palette. Line eyes using a small angled brush and M.A.C.'s 'Apres Chic' longwear eyeliner in Rich Experience (a dark brown). Top it off with a petal pink lip color like this one by Bobby Brown.

Products, from left:

Urban Decay Naked Basics eyeshadow palette, Ulta

M.A.C Pro 'Apres Chic' Longwear Eyeliner in Rich Experience, Nordstrom

Bobby Brown Rich Lip Color in Uber Pink, Sephora

Photo of Anne Hathaway from 2013 Golden Globe awards by Steve Granitz/Getty Images