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2 years ago
I just donated my hair to Locks of Love… and I’m totally diggin’ the short hair! It’s my first pixie cut and it was halfway down my back before I cut it. Why did I wait so long to do this??
Great work! The cut is absolutely perfect on you. Readers - Notice the slightly shorter cut on the left side. This helps gives some “edge” to an otherwise very feminine, delicate short haircut. The little details are important, and are what can separate a “ho-hum” haircut from something really brilliant like this.
This is more like it. Here’s a side view of actress Mia Wasikowska from Alice in Wonderland’s somewhat new, edgy and youthful crop. In case you’re not familiar with her, Mia used to have incredibly long hair.
I’ve never seen Emma Watson act and could care less about Harry Potter, but I feel the need to do an obligatory post on her new haircut that everyone’s talking about.
What do you guys think?
Personally, her Mia Farrow attempt is drawing a big yawn for me. She’s a pretty girl and has a good face for short hair (more people do than you’d think) but the hairstyle itself… it’s just boring. Nothing special about her or about it. If you’re going to chop off your hair as part of your career makeover attempt, you might as well make the style somewhat interesting. Next.
I got a quickie neck and bang trim today in the Lower Haight, and it made a world of difference compared to the “style” I was sporting when you saw me last.
The best part? It was $50 cheaper than a full cut - proof you don’t have to pay a hairstylist full price to make a noticeable, positive change! Haircuts are just too expensive - especially if you live in a city like San Francisco - so if you’re growing out your hair, save the bones for when you really, really can’t stand it anymore. In the meantime, stick to the neck and bang trims to keep everything in check.