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Five Great Products To Style Your Pixie Cut

There’s a great myth about we ladies of the crop… It goes something like “short hair is lower maintenance.” It’s a well shrouded secret in the Pixie community, time and time again we cackle with laughter as formerly long-locked women who could just moments ago rock the top knot, shear their hair in search of lower maintenance only to find that there’s a whole other set of products necessary to avoid helmet head here on the other side.

Today, I lower the veil.

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    Warning: Too much coffee.

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    Say it loud say it proud. You too can avoid helmet head with your own tiny 1/2 inch ceramic flat iron.  (It must be tiny to accommodate your tiny hair.)

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    My hair has been bleached to within an inch of its life, so Chi's Iron Guard helps it from completely disintegrating.

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    Orofluido is the nectar of the gods. I use it daily. Plus it has ROFL in its name.

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    My absolute favorite pomade/wax is the now discontinued Joico Con-text, but the orange peel molding cream from MOP takes a close second.

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    Big fan of my Rusk Sensories shampoo and conditioner. Big fan. Big. HUGE!

 

 

What products are you a fan of for your short hair?

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