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You’ve spent all that time growing your hair out, you’ve followed expert advice, and you finally made it to long hair heaven. But you have that itch. Is it time to go short? What’s really a good reason? The most convincing one we can think of is because you want to. But here are a few more for good measure: these days every girl from age 20 to 50 seems to have grown her hair out, being different, showing off your individuality and adopting a head-turning style sets you apart. Short hair is sophisticated, plain and simple. Short hair is mature. We don’t mean Grandma mature. We mean “I’m a grown-up, I have it together” mature. You’d be surprised how much sexier and attractive that attitude is compared to the woman still not sure what she wants or who she is. Many of our most revered beauty icons had/have short hair (Marilyn, Halle, Audrey, Princess Grace) all the better to admire a stunning face. And finally, you’re just tired of dealing with the weight and inconvenience of multiple layers, clogged shower drains, and buying conditioner like it’s going out of style.

If any of these thoughts have been running through your mind, here are some of our favorite red carpet darlings who have gone short and (mostly) stayed that way. They’re gorgeous and one of their looks might be the perfect one for you. So, bookmark this page, and if you just can’t take it anymore, pick a cut to give to your stylist with explicit instructions to make your hair just as beautiful as the inspiration in the photograph.

7 Compelling Reasons to Cut Your Hair Short - theFashionSpot

Kiko Mizuhara

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8 Runway Looks to Inspire Your Next Hair Cut - theFashionSpot ›

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starcrossedllovers:

I love this hair style

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rodrigobueno:

Light Beneath, for Fashion Gone Rogue

Model: Isabel Hickmann (Way)

Beauty: Ronnie Peterson 

aliceandolivia:

HAIRSPIRATION:

Meet Ruby Aldridge aka our new hair envy obsession for Fall!

The greater the risk, the greater the reward….Cut it short and show off that face :)

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styzzle:

I haven’t been able to help but notice the wave of fashionable women cutting off their locks at the moment; Karlie Kloss started it off a few weeks ago, whilst the British Fashion Awards saw both Pixie Geldof and Edie Campbell debut new cuts. The former has had a number of short cuts with varying degrees of success, but looks absolutely gorgeous with this pixie (the pun was too obvious to resist) cut. As much as I love big hair, its nice to see this departure from the more obvious, lads’ mag/posh girl/Hollywood ideal of femininity. Not going to lie; I have an agenda in this department; my own hair simply will. not. grow.

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ertelofthenight:

thedailywhat:

Celebrity Sighting of the Day: Daniel Day-Lewis was spotted today in Richmond, Virginia’s Arcadia restaurant in character as Abraham Lincoln.

Day-Lewis is set to play the Great Emancipator in a 2012 biopic being directed by Steven Spielberg.

According to one snoop, Day-Lewis has apparently been in character since March, and is so committed to the role that “[h]is real name doesn’t even appear on the call sheet.”

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UH

MAZING

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winchesterstiles:

THIS WILL NEVER STOP BEING FUNNY

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winchesterstiles:

i want to chop off all my fucking hair and i want to look like her.