Hair Pixie Cut

Published on May 14th, 2015 | by


What You Need To Know Before Getting a Pixie Cut

The summer is starting to hit and the heat is hitting even harder. There are moments when my hair gets stuck to my face and neck from sweat and I just wish it was all gone. Pixie cuts have gotten very popular since last summer and are perfect for when you just don’t want to deal with all the summer heat. Celebrities who have rocked the pixie include Jennifer Lawrence, Anne Hathaway, Carey Mulligan, and Michelle Williams. I personally think that these ladies look adorable, and I believe that you will too once to make the leap into chopping it all off. Here are a few things you need to know before making the pixie cut leap.

Pixie Cut

You’re Going To Be Using A Lot Of Heat- It may be the kind of hairstyle you get in order to beat the heat, but, if you don’t have naturally straight hair, it’s going to need a lot of heat to keep it straight and styled. So before you make the leap, seriously consider the damage and styling that goes into having this popular ‘do.

Trims Every Month- If you’re looking to get that pixie and keep it up, be sure to keep in mind that trims sometimes aren’t cheap, and making a trip to the salon every month adds to your expenses. Something that you could consider is going to a barber rather than a salon to get that much needed trim.

Change Up The Way You Do Your Makeup- With shorter hair, it’s no surprise that you may feel like you need a little extra armor to get through the day. Bold lips and a cat eye would be my choice although natural makeup with a fun colored lip, would also do pixie ladies some good.

Be Patient- You aren’t going to be looking just like Beyonce did with her pixie cut at first. Learning to style your pixie cut is going to take some time, so consider styling your hair as learning experience.

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