Fierce. Your pixie is badass. I can appreciate being totally fine with no longer being objectified. I’m there, in my 40s. It was like, overnight, I became invisible. Now, people will tend to base their interactions with me more so on what I say and do, not how I look. Which is just fine with me. I may go back to the pixie one day. The only issue I had with it was the upkeep; the “pink-tax” on cost. Nothing against stylists. They need to make a living and should be paid what they are worth. I just don’t like paying 2x as much for maintaining a pixie cut that is essentially the same short hair trim a man gets for less.

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