Jennifer Lawrence Serves Up Short Hair Inspiration, Avoids the Awkward Grown-Out Stage: See Her Transformation

Jennifer Lawrence's hair transformation from pixie to bob.
See Jennifer Lawrence's best pixie haircut styles from the last year.  Getty Images (10)

It’s been a year since Jennifer Lawrence debuted her asymmetrical pixie haircut via her Facebook page — and since then, the Hunger Games star has given quite the lesson in just how versatile a short hairstyle can be.

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For the first few months as Lawrence, 24, enjoyed the freshness of the crop, she frequently switched up the styling. Case in point: Her tousled pixie at The Hunger Games: Catching Fire premiere in November, a sleek take for the Golden Globes in January, and the blown-back waves she wore to the Oscars in March.

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As she grows out her pixie into a wavy bob, the Oscar winner has even managed to sidestep that awkward in-between phase, thanks to an ever-changing portfolio of flattering styles.

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There’s the sweet black headband she wore with her Dior gown to the world premiere of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 in London Nov. 10 (bottom right). Then, days later on Nov. 13, she swept her hair into a half-up, half-down style with a side part (top right). Later that night, Lawrence added polish and volume for a bouffant take on the ‘do (bottom left). Lastly, on Nov. 17 for the L.A. premiere of the Games, she had a short-haired version of the French twist with wavy tendrils around her face (top left).

What’s your favorite hairstyle that Lawrence has worn over the last year? Tweet with @UsWeekly using #stylebyUs!


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