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Favorite Hairstyle?


Snow Princess Sophie

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Personally, my favorite hairstyle has to be the half up pigtails sported by anime characters like Misa Amane

 

Exhibit A:

 

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I would also say drill tails are a close second.

 

Exhibit B:

 

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I think an even clearer winner for me would be some combination of the two. Does anyone else also have their own favorite hairstyle they like to wear?

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Sophie, I think pigtails are so cute and Exhibit A would get my top vote.  Unfortunately, I'm of an age where pigtails probably aren't a good hairstyle for me.  My favorite hairstyle is the one I am wearing in my thumbnail picture.  I like my hair parted on the side, with long flowing side-bangs.  And, I like having my hair long enough to flow down across my shoulders.

 

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Personally, with proper care and maintenance of hair, I believe just about any age can rock pigtails and look good.

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Ny m2f daughter's hair is thick, she needs to have it pulled back because it will get in her eyes. I do it for her every morning, I clip it with a barrett, the upper part of her hair is clipped back, the bottom part just flows down her back. It looks cute and it's just keeps her hair from being very messy. It also pulls her hair from her ears so her earings can be seen. 

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I've got super curly hair so I can't go super short, but my hair is currently cut up to my ears. It gets in my face and I can't pull it back, but I love it more than I ever did.

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Her hair stylist is recommending a bob style to just below her shoulder.  Her hair currently is about 2 inches above her waist line and I know it's a lot of hair to cut off. Does anyone have experience with cutting your hair shorter and regrowing it? She loe her long hair, she iooks good in it, but it would be nice for her to try something different and then go back to longer hair if it makes sense. 

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I've cut my hair short a couple times over the last few months, so what I would recommend is cutting it to her mid back to start and seeing how she likes it. 

I wouldn't jump straight to a bob cut, so cutting it to her mid back and seeing if she wants it shorter can be a good idea. If you and your daughter want to, you can also do it at home and make it a bonding experience. Mid back is usually a good length in my experience (my hair was mid back before I cut it) as I could pull it back and if I didn't it didn't go crazy unless it was windy. 

Hope this helps!

 

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I have hairstyle that is kind of a pixie-cut modification.  Long enough and fluffy enough that I keep a bit of femininity.  Short enough that I pass as a pretty boy. 

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