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long pixie with an undercut
« on: 29 Jun 16 / 10:02 PM »
I have a longish pixie cut, its quite grown out on top which I like, but im thinking about cutting the sides and back and adding an undercut at the nape of my neck with a cool design. So hard to choose!!!!
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Re: long pixie with an undercut
« Reply #1 on: 30 Jun 16 / 01:01 PM »
I love those undercut long pixies that are around at the moment! I think they look really cool (If I wasn't having some kind of mid life crisis that's making me want princess hair for the first time in 15 years I'd be tempted myself haha!) I say go for it, it wouldn't take long to grow out if you didn't like it! (the nape of my hair has grown from shaved to collar bone length in a year with regular trims so you could prob grow back out to a normal pixie in a couple of months)
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Re: long pixie with an undercut
« Reply #2 on: 30 Jun 16 / 01:33 PM »
I'd check with work first. I remember your work won't let you have bright colours and I've heard of some companies that have had bad reactions to visible undercut and side cuts with designs.
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Re: long pixie with an undercut
« Reply #3 on: 30 Jun 16 / 06:05 PM »
That's true Janine I didn't really think about my haircut being a problem with work. I will check with HR and find out, but in the mean time I might just cut it and leave out the design part for now.

 I'm just sooo addicted to pixie cuts, I really don't think i'll ever grow my hair out, lol. When I did have long hair I pulled it back more than I had it down anyways!
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Re: long pixie with an undercut
« Reply #4 on: 30 Jun 16 / 08:33 PM »
Ah yeah I'd forgotten you said your work are strict about your hair, defo ask them before taking the plunge! I think short hair looks really cool, I loved having shorter hair but I'm sort of trying out longer hair one last time before I feel too old at the moment - it's really annoying how long it takes to wash and dry now though haha!
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Re: long pixie with an undercut
« Reply #5 on: 30 Jun 16 / 10:24 PM »
yea I felt like I took more time washing, drying and styling my long hair and I just don't have the patience for that most of the time, hence why it ended up in a bun most of the time. My hair used to be short enough to literally towel dry (it was basically shaved down to almost nothing) it was awesome, but I used to get crap from my mom about looking like a boy so I keep it longer now, lol.
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