Asked by earhatsandbowties earhatsandbowties
No matter what, you are going to have maintenance with a cut. Having short hair, you will definitely need to keep up with trims if you are wanting to keep it short. Whether it is short or long, hair grows at the same rate. It is just more obvious when it grows if it is short. With a pixie cut, there may be more maintenance then you realize. You may have to put styling products in it for it to do what you want. I used to have really short hair, and there was never a “wake up and go” way of life for me. With it being so short, I would wake up with my hair sticking straight up in places and there was no way to fix it without getting it wet in the shower. Even with a spray bottle, it wasn’t enough to tame the messy pieces. With longer hair now, I rarely have messy hair in the morning. And it’s easy to throw up in a ponytail when I don’t want to do anything with it.
I think going short is a great idea! It is fun and cutting your hair dramatically is always a great way to start a new chapter in your life. But if you are wanting a pixie cut or something similar because you want something low maintenance, I would maybe pass on it. For something easy to maintain, try cutting a few inches off. Just enough so that’s you can throw it in a ponytail when you are tired of it, but when you feel like styling it or going out, you still have that option. AND you won’t wake up with crazy hair in the morning!
Hope this helps! Again, this is only my opinion formed by my personal experiences!
Asked by youngbuthopeful youngbuthopeful
First of all, don’t listen to other people. Donating your hair is such a wonderful thing, AND as long as your confident and knowledgeable about how to style your hair and what works for you, anyone can pull of almost anything! I promise.
If you want to leave your hair as long as possible after taking the 10 inches off, try an A-line hair cut, and you can opt to get it stack in the back.
this is an A-line cut and it looks like there isn’t much stacking going on in the back. this particular cut has a lot of choppy layers, which makes this average haircut really funky!
I really like this one! It has a lot of “wispy” layers. It is also an A-line cut, with the length in the front a bit longer than in the back. This would look especially good on anyone with a round face, as you mentioned you have.
Another idea is to get a cut like one of these above, but ask the stylist to give you straight bangs. They look great on people with round faces, adding angles to a “non-angular” face shape :]
I hope this helps! Don’t hesitate to ask anything else :]
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Asked by breezebloqs breezebloqs
Actually, you don’t need to get dye that will strip your hair. You are correct in saying that the teal will most likely fade by September and it will still be blonde. When you are ready to color the underneath brown again, just go ahead and put the brown dye/developer mixture straight on the blonde. You can get bleach at Sally’s for anywhere from less than $5-$10 and brown dye for about $5. You probably want volume 10 developer for the dark brown and probably 20 or 30 volume developer when doing the bleach, depending on how fast/how dark your starting color is.