1. Rosemary from “Rosemary’s Baby”
Mia Farrow got her infamous pixie haircut when playing the role of Rosemary in “Rosemary’s Baby.” Her cut was tiny and cute and her fear of having a demon baby was unforgettable. If your cut is similar to Mia’s than dress up as Rosemary with a blue nightgown and baby carriage.
2. Coco Chanel
Coco Chanel is such a fashion icon that her own personal style is still admired to this day. If you have thick dark hair and want to try this look, than curl your hair the best you can and thrown on some pearls, a black dress, hat and cigarette for this iconic look.
3. Roxie Hart from “Chicago”
Roxie Hart was the ultimate heartbreaker in “Chicago,” so instead of being a typical flapper for Halloween, why not be Roxie? All you need is find a tutorial for those flapper waves and look for the sparkliest and most skin-showing dress you can find.
Twiggy must be one of the most iconic models of the 60s, and that pixie cut she had might just be the reason behind it. Look for a mod dress in your local thrift store and part your hair from the side. Than attempt her famous Twiggy eye makeup…be patient though, Twiggy has reportedly said that she would take up to 2 hours to execute her makeup.
5. Mary Poppins
Though Mary Poppins’ hair looks like a bun, it is actually a pixie parted in the middle. To look like the most famous and funnest nanny that has ever existed, decorate an old hat with flowers, grab and umbrella and look for a long blue dress suit and red bow.
6. Princess Ann from “Roman Holiday”
Audrey Hepburn first introduced the world to her short hairstyle in “Roman Holiday.” Instead of dressing like a disney princess, why not dress like Princess Ann when she took the day off from royalty. All you need is a high-waisted skirt, white blouse and scarf.
7. Allison Reynolds from “The Breakfast Club”
Though Ally Sheedy’s hair was longer than your average pixie cut in “The Breakfast Club,” it is still possible to dress up as everyone’s favorite basket case. Just tease your hair and part it in the middle so it looks like Sheedy’s voluminous locks. Put some “black crap” on your eyes, wear dark baggy clothes and carry a bag of collected trash and you are Allison Reynolds.
8. Edie Sedgwick
Edie Sedgwick was the poster girl of Andy Warhol’s factory, and her short cut was contemplated with great 60s’ accessories like chandelier earrings and stripes. Just brush your hair back and put hair spray on it so you can get that rebellious mod look. Also, if you have a guy friend without a costume suggest he dresses as Andy, so you can make a dynamic duo.
9. Sam from “The Perks of Being a Wallflower”
Sam was the ultimate Manic Pixie Dream Girl from “The Perks of Being a Wallflower,” and her pixie captured the eyes of almost everyone in that film. Just borrow your bf’s letterman jacket and wear some jeans with converse and you are Sam.
10. Edith Piaf
Her music will never be forgotten and her dramatic look shouldn’t either. Grab your mom’s old rollers, wear a dramatic black dress and pay respects to the famous French singer.