I REMEMBERTHE FIRST HAIRCUT I EVER GOT. ITWAS A DO-IT-YOURSELF DO
Created by my first-grade best friend. He decided my Short faux hawk men hairstyles 2015 needed a new look: bangs. We hid the hair beneath her bed, but there was no hiding the artwork: a big hunk of missing hair right in the center of my forehead.
My next look? A full pixie. Ironically, when my daughter, Lake, was 4, she did the same thing. She had gorgeous cascades of dirty-blonde hair that she decided needed rethinking. She shoved the evidence beneath the radiator. Enter the second pixie cut in our family. The fact is, everyone has bad hail’ days (see my staff s photos, below, for proof!) the key is knowing what to do with them.
So thatjoa don’t have to get drastic, we’ve created The Hair Issue chockablock with the best new style and cut information. To avoid the pixie in your life, read on.
“I wanted Alyssa Milano’s cute Short faux hawk cut men haircuts 2015, but due to my lack of styling knowledge,
I ended up looking more like Mr. Spock.”
5th-grade photo, 1990: “Maybe I should have listened when my hairdresser said that perming just my bangs would look weird.”
Clubbing in college, 1991: “Nobody looks good with a burgundy rinse and a bowl Short faux hawk men haircuts,”
“I lived for my bangs. They were my everything until they burned off one day.”
“Hey! This was before hair products existed!”
“A classic Sun-ln mistake. My mom told me it was orange, but I insisted it was blonde. And let’s not even discuss the cut!”