Every four or so years, I get an itch to do something drastic.
In high school, I dyed my hair purple despite my parents' threats to throw me out of the house. After college, I said sayonara to a job offer and took off for a year-long backpacking trip through Europe.
And my craving for change is back again.
But now that I'm older, wiser, and far too broke for a self-indulgent trip around the world, I need to find a way to scratch my itch without doing anything too drastic. My answer: I'm going to get a pixie cut.
OK, so I know what you're thinking. If I don't have a perfectly symmetrical face as pretty as Michelle Williams', Keira Knightley's, or Emma Watson's, a pixie is only going to make me look like a linebacker with lipstick on, right?
That's where you'd be wrong, my friend.
Vince Smith, owner of Vince Smith Hair Experience salon in New York City, says short-sheared girls actually look more feminine. "WearingRead More »from The Best Short Haircut for Your Face Shape