1. Pixie Cut
Hepburn’s versatile short hairstyle,, a pixie cut,, made a mark in various movies. Her iconic beehive look in Breakfast at Tiffany’s was a favorite. She effortlessly pulled off this transformational haircut and rocked an asymmetrical pixie in a sunset-inspired hue.
2. Side Swept Bangs
Side-swept bangs complement different face shapes and draw attention to desired features. This cute pixie haircut with choppy side bangs adds a feminine touch and makes fine strands look thicker. Long choppy side bangs also give a traditional bob haircut a romantic edge.
3. High Bun
Hepburn’s iconic beehive in Breakfast at Tiffany’s was a hit, but her short pixie with its natural cowlick was also fabulous in Sabrina. Hepburn transformed her signature ponytail into an elegant updo for Love in the Afternoon. Vivica Fox shows that a simple messy high bun can look chic.
Hepburn had different lengths and styles of fringe throughout her career. The Boy Crop and Beehive became her trademark, but her signature Holly Golightly look featured a full edge swept sideways. In other films, she rocked tucked bangs in The Unforgiven and an updo style in Love in the Afternoon.
Audrey Hepburn often wore ponytails during her 1960s films to highlight her elegant facial features. A classic ponytail works for all face shapes. For added girly vibes, tie it with a big hair bow. A high ponytail with a wrapped base is an elegant style for special events or celebrations. Experiment with a deep side part or faux bangs for Hollywood glamour.