For months, I obsessed with taking my pixie cut to a slightly edgier level. That is, the type of pixie where one side is cut super short, and sometimes buzzed. I also have my moments of a more "classic" pixie a la Anne Hathaway, Carey Mulligan and Michelle Williams, but I'm in an edgy mood these days.
While I have not reached the point of buzzing my head, I did show a picture of an assymetrical pixie I really liked to my hairdresser (if you live in Astoria and need a rec, email me). This is the cut:
I was a little unsure of the cut, but these days, I can gauge whether or not something I wear or did was a success based on my middle schoolers' reactions. It was Fashion Disaster Day on Friday and I took it as an opportunity to wear my new "knitting" shirt from Threadless:
While The Aussie didn't notice I cut my hair, some of the boys in my classes did and said it looked nice. One girl said my haircut had "Swag." I guess that means it was cool. Then there was this: