The most popular hair style of 2012, according to my hair dresser is the ‘pixie’ cut. Celebrities everywhere are getting the chop and I for one am sick of it.
Why? Because it’s my hair style dammit!
The pixie cut is not for everyone. According to John Frieda, hairdresser extraordinaire, a measurement of 5.5cm or less from the base of the ear to the bottom of the chin is important. Girly girl feminine facial features are required and the higher the cheekbone, the better!
Now you and I have never met, but I’ve been sporting the pixie cut for about 10 years. Why? Pure laziness. (Why tie your hair back each day in a ponytail when you can cut it spiky short and get confused for a guy?).
At first I thought I’d appear to be boyfriend repellant. However I managed to snag myself a husband with this short hair do!
But ……. (come on, you knew there was a ‘but’ coming). My pixie cut is no longer original and exciting. (Cue the violins). Everywhere I turn, gorgeous women is strutting her amazing pixie cut, complete with summer highlights down the streets of Sydney. Boo you beautiful thing!
So it’s time to grow my hair out.
My hairdresser has discussed this with me at great length. The words crazy, silly and vane may have popped up in the conversation but I’m unsure who said them.
Any woo, here is a timeline of my current style and we’re I’m taking it too – short short to shaggy short to short semi-bob.
I’m currently at stage two. See below.
OK. So you may have noticed that Ginnifer Goodwin is featured in every photo. But that’s only because the biatch is stole my hair style.
PS – Ginnifer, I LOVE you xx