Tiffany Haddish’s Blonde Pixie Cut Radiates Sheer Elegance

It seems like it was only yesterday that Tiffany Haddish shaved her hair, but it’s actually been a minute. Over the next two years, the actor and comedian embraced his buzzcut which eventually morphed into a chic pixie (and along the way, she also sported a number of gorgeous wigs and extensions). Now, Tiffany Haddish’s blonde pixie cut has become her signature, and she rocked the look for the premiere of her new movie, Easter Sunday.

“I just want to give it to my team!” Haddish wrote in an Instagram post, tagging her glam team. In the photos, the star wears a gold spaghetti strap gown by Jonathan Simkhai along with almost unbelievably glossy makeup and her subtly voluminous blonde pixie. “Not only do you make me look good, but you also make me feel good! It’s so important to feel good. I really love working with you all, it’s always positive energy and truth from what I can tell and I love you all for it.

Haddish’s hairstylist Ray Christopher revealed how he creates the perfect texture in his pixie. “Short hair can be tricky, especially in this color,” Christopher shared in an Instagram caption. “With hair this light and straight, you don’t need a lot of heat. (LOWER THE IRONS). Style Using a hot baby flat iron adding about 10-12 curls to the top of her head, finish the styling after that is easy as it is more of a simple “claw comb” manipulation and product.

Thanks to makeup artist Ernesto Casillas, Haddish’s makeup was just as warm and radiant as her dress. To create a glowing complexion, he used Danessa Myricks Yummy Skin Serum Foundation, a skincare-makeup hybrid that gives skin a lit-from-within glow. On Haddish’s body, Casillas used TikTok’s favorite illuminating primer, Charlotte Tilbury Hollywood Flawless Filter in shade seven, followed by Melt Cosmetics SexFoil Liquid Highlighter in shade Nova.

Ahead, check out the products Casillas used to achieve Haddish’s gorgeous red carpet glow.

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