Before You Get a Pixie Cut: Pulling It Off

Getting a pixie cut is probably one of the most daring changes you can make with your hair. If you don’t like it, all you can do is put on a hat and wait several months for it to grow back. The other common worry about short hairstyles that is women’s face shape is wrong or their nose is too big or they’d need to lose some weight first.
The only factor that is needed is confidence. Ladies, if you want it, you need to believe you can do it! While trends like Instagram-inspired highlights and pastel strands are having a moment, it’s hard to say whether or not they’ll become certified classics. The pixie, on the other hand, is one of those styles that continues to go strong for decades on end, and will never look passè. Take Audrey Hepburn’s iconic crop above as a testament to its staying power—it was a gorgeous look back then, and we could easily see the exact same cut resonating in 2016.
But if you decided to chop off your hair pixie, you are the right place! Here are some of my go-to pictures that remind me why I chopped off my hair. I bring these up every time I have a “why did I do this?!” moment.
Short Blonde Pixie HairstylesCool Short Pixie HaircutsShort Pixie Haircuts with GlassesCute Pixie CutsCelebrity Short Pixie CutsCool Blonde Pixie CutsBack of a pixie cut.: side view: Light Blonde Short Pixie Cuts18 Stunning Looks With Pixie Cut For Round Face: cut: Tatou
Tag your favorite pixies cuts to #TOGpixie. So until tomorrow loves!

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