Sharon Osbourne's short, spiky maroon-red hair is her trademark and can be replicated by providing your hairstylist with a few instructions and a photograph of what you'd like. In April 2014, Sharon Osbourne sported a pixie haircut which is a look that is much shorter and far less choppy than her iconic look.
- Layer the top of your hair
Osbourne's haircut is tapered at the bottom and sides. The top of the hair is jagged cut and sliced to create a textured look with which you can play around to create the best look for you. Ask your hairstylist to use a razor after your haircut to add to the choppy look.
- Style your hair
Tease or back-comb the top part of your hair to create more volume. Then using hair wax, a styling product that works to smooth and twist short hair, pull a small section of hair upward. This creates the spiky look, replicating Sharon's jagged hairstyle. Repeat with a new section of hair. To get more texture, apply more wax to the ends of your hair.
- Finish with hair spray
Invest in a good quality hair spray that leaves minimal residue. Hold the spray a few inches away from you and apply a small amount to hold the hairstyle in place.