Charlène Wittstock from the new dark blonde 90s pixie cut

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As reported by magazines around the world, the Princess Charlène has finally set foot on Monegasque soil. The week of the former swimmer, in fact, began with the flight to Nice, where she landed on Monday, before coming escorted by private jet to the Palais in Montercarlo, where her husband Albert II of Monaco and the two twins, Jaques and Gabriella, 6 years old, were waiting for her.

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Flight to South Africa in the spring to attend several charitable projects, Charlène had to stay there for almost 10 months, blocked by serious health complications. But here we want to focus on refined hairstyle with which Charlène Wittstock, 43, showed herself to photographers: a smooth dark blonde pixie cut, whose rigor is blunted by the trick of the faux-messy wispy bangs, curtain and carried in a casual way, open on the forehead or carried on one side like a tuft.

As he explains Alex Cappelletti, Salon Director of TONI&GUY Bologna, «The pixie cut is first of all a versatile cut, as well as a brilliant bridge solution between a short cut and a longer one. Works on all face types (less on round and wide ones) and it adapts to every type of hair, hence its great success, lending itself to very different styling. Princess Charlène’s is a very neat and minimalist pixie cut, but that to make this hairstyle super current the advice is to leave the texture as natural as possible, drying the head with a hair dryer plus diffuser and applying a small amount of mattifying wax to the still wet hair ».

Here are some of them celebrity who sported (successfully) the pixie cut, or pixie cut.

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