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I want to get short hair... but the internet says it won’t suit me?

Author : Emily J

Submitted : 2018-02-25 01:01:34    Popularity:     

Tags: hair  short  suit  internet  

I’ve always wanted short hair, like a pixi cut type. But online recently I’ve had a look and everything says that if the space between your chin and ear is less than 2.25 inch then you would look good with short hair but mine is 2.75 inch. So it says I wo

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I would go by what you really want. Life is short and if you want a pixie cut, get one. It's only hair and will grow back.

LET'S take a look @ facts, let's forget what the internet told you, for a change, shall we?

"But I really want a pixi cut but I don’t want it to look bad" We don't KNOW your hair texture.

FACT 1: Best hair for PIXIE is on the thin side. Read all about SHORT CIRCUIT on page 126 ELLE magazine July 2014 issue.

FACT 2: Go for short, if you're in a relationship, have no clue how to style your hair, and have no time to do your hair everyday. Short hair looks more mature. Watch Cocooners tap dance on stage, on youtube, pick which mature hair style is best for YOU.
If that's your goal is to look OLDER go for it!

FACT 3: Can your wallet handle the frequent salon visits? Are you in a hyper-emotional state? You decide! Which length do you get more compliments? Does having your hair on your face drives you nuts? Does your hair grow slowly? It is YOUR HAIR, btw. And YOU'RE the one who have to take care of it.

FACT 4: Go for short, if your hair is damaged, it is healthier for the hair if most of the split ends are cut.
But if you’ve got thick hair, don’t cut it like this hairstylist did to this girl on YAHOO!: “so I have VERY poofy, wavy/curly, thick, frizzy hair to begin with. it was about mid back length. I went to the hairdresser and she cut an INCH off the length to get rid of split ends. she went in and cut my layers, saying it would "debulk it." well, before all this, she washed my hair and dried it while using a roundbrush. then cut it after it was straight and dry. oh my god. my hair is way thicker now! like ridiculously thick and curly! it looks so short now from curling up. am gonna cry. I paid so much just to have it made worse. how can I cut it differently?”

FACT 5: Example who had a bob cut:
“Not all people look dumb with a bob, but I do. I have baby face and I look like a 12 year old. I don't k ow how to fix it so I don't look dumb. My hair looks dumb curled and I look 5 leaving it straight. And I also look dumb with it up. How can I fix it? I have to go to school in two weeks. How can I fix it?”

FACT 6: Short, thin, curly, whatever: it doesn’t matter what kind of hair you have, it’s what you do with it that keeps you looking young. It's only HAIR, it will grow back!

FACT 7: Another example from YAHOO!: "so i told the lady to cut my hair half my back and she gave me a bob in one cut with the scissors and bangs people in school called me a boy and it took 7 years to grow back."

FACT 8: Another example: "This literally happens to me every time I get my hair cut. The worst though, I was trying to grow out my hair. I told this lady that and she cut it to my shoulders. On top of that she cut it crooked! So she had to cut it shorter. To my ears. I was little sobbing when I walked out."

FACT 9: Example who was getting teased by boys:
m grade 7, and I have a pixie cut. The boys at my school always tell me that they thought I was a boy when they first met me (which is a straight up lie, I m OBVIOUSLY a girl). I tell them that I LIKE my hair and they laugh? I m straight and people ask me if I m gay all the time. I say no and they re like, "yeah you don t act like a lesbian.." Like wtf?? And it s a feminine pixie cut too?”

FACT 10: An article re: Vanessa Hudgen's hair: "After weeks of trying and failing to make her new haircut work for her, Vanessa Hudgens has given up and shoved a hat on. The High School Musical star got her gorgeous, tumbling locks cut off for her new role in the movie, Gimme Shelter and has since struggled to get to grips with her new barnet. In fact, Vanessa herself described the haircut as making her look like a 'soccer mom' and we couldn't help but agree." ~ Entertainmentwise

Do you really believe every thing you read on the internet......
Any competent hair stylist should be able to give you a pixie, that will suit your face shape and make it manageable for your hair type. Pixie cuts can be kept on the longer side or they can be shorter, depending on what you want. If you have a picture of a style in mind then take the picture with you and get a few consultations from stylists in your area. When I think of a pixie cut I think of a shorter close cropped hair style, not the short bob style that people are calling pixies.
If you have long hair then I would suggest going short gradually so it's not such a shock to you.
If you really want a pixie cut then go for it.

you don't go by what the internet says

If you are really concerned try a wig and then you won't have to cut your hair at all, then if you like it go get it cut.

What does the internet know? Lots of stupid stuff obviously...
I think that you have to do this, you should try it.
The fortunate thing about haircuts is that they are not permanent. The worst thing that could happen is that you have a haircut that you're not into for about 6 months. The alternative is never knowing what it is like to have your pixie cut.
Do not listen to people who say that short hair is not a good look for women, that is SO not true. I personally think it can look freaking awesome. Not for everyone, but there's only one way to know whether it works for you, and like I said, the results are not permanent.

Pixie cuts are, in general, not very attractive. They give you an overall appearance of being childish and immature. Of course, you may very well be an exception. Just remember, if you decide you don't like it, it will take a LONG time to grow back out.

Ask your usual hairdresser. They will know what will suit you.

Get your pixie cut!


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