Monday, February 18, 2013

Tinkerbell's a Pixie, Right?

So...
Let's just tell this story in pictures first.




Dress, jacket, necklace: Forever 21 | Watch: birthday gift | Ring: Charming Charlie | Bag: from Israel | Tights: WalMart | Boots: Forever | Sunglasses: Tilly's
When Erika started panicking.

I didn't know it was so long!

Stage One.


I am just so charming.




Final product!




Yep, I finally got my pixie cut! Erika was freaking out the whole time, and I had to soothe her pain by saying that it'll grow back.
Me? I was cool. I've been excited about this for a good long while. I didn't feel any anxiety or fear or anything bad while she was chopping. And chop she did.
I dunno, I'm just really happy. I went to Supercuts, and Angela did a fantastic job. I showed her a few pictures, and we agreed on what to do. I tried to explain what I wanted, and she told me that what I was saying was wrong, but here's how to get to what I actually did want, which worked for me. We agreed on soft and feminine, and that's just what I got!
Hooray!
So.
Yeah!
Pixie cut!

10 comments:

  1. Wow, wow, wow!!! You Look Great!! ❤

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  2. Oh my gosh! Perfect haircut for you, really you look great. I love how its short, but as you say its still very soft and feminine. :)

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    1. Ah, I know! I was a bit worried that it would be too boyish, or that it would end up spiky and too old for me, but I think this turned out perfectly! It is a bit boyish, but in a way that works, I guess. I dunno, it makes perfect sense to me. Haha.
      Thank you!

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  3. Ta robe est tres sympa,j aime bcp ;o)

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    1. Merci!
      (My French is only slightly less rusty than I'd previously thought, and Italian helped, and Google Translate wasn't needed, so hooray!)

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  4. Your new hair looks wonderful, darling! I'm so glad you found my blog post about styling pixie cuts helpful :)

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    1. Thanks! And yeah, it's great! Hooray!

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