Cara Delevingne Proves There's More Than One Way To Pull Off A Pixie Cut

The irrational fear that comes with cutting your hair is pretty universal. Some people take comfort in having the same longer length forever, while others just worry that anything above the shoulders will be impossible to style. If you fall into the latter camp, Cara Delevingne is here to show you how it's done.

ICYMI, Delevingne cut all her hair off for a movie role, and quickly turned the buzzcut look into summer's new beach waves. But it's gotten even better. Despite the fact that she's already the master of red carpet looks — remember those braided updos, space buns, and glamor S-waves she wore to the Suicide Squad premieres? — she might have just outdone herself... again.

During the press tour of her new film, Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets, the actress is showing us all the ways you can pull off a pixie cut — if you have the right hair accessories. Check out all her show-stopping styles, ahead.

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At the first U.S. premiere of the new film, Delevingne stepped out with finger waves that looked... silver. That's right, it was the metallic-streaked hair that turned her intergalactic look into an out-of-this-world moment.
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By the time she hit the Today Show, Delevingne was channeling Blair Waldorf with this Jennifer Behr silk headwrap. And while we're still on the fence about whether the plastic, Clueless-inspired accessories from middle school should make a comeback, we're convinced this silk option is a must for fall.
The only thing that could steal our attention from Delevingne's monochromatic blue makeup would be the metallic foils on the side of her head. It's a signature look of celebrity hairstylist Mara Roszak, who has also done a similar style on Brie Larson at this year's Met Ball.
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The pièce de résistance of the press tour is, hands down, Delevingne's (possibly faux) bangs. The near-white hair color stood in stark contrast to the black silk ribbon she wore, which turned a traditionally romantic look into something a goth princess would love.
Just last night, hairstylist Mara Roszak uploaded a picture of Cara's green, gradient sparkles that channeled major Tinkerbell vibes.
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