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I am a long-haired girl. I’ve had long hair and longer hair with the help of extensions for years. However, just because I love my longer tresses doesn’t mean I have never had it short, really short. I’m a firm believer that you need to try short hair at least once in your life, and not a cop out long bob, I’m taking about really short, like a crop. Click the notes for the reasons why this is important for all women and girls. –– Kelly Rowe

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pixie

Getting a pixie cut can be a liberating life experience. No more frantic blowdrying in the morning, no more decisions on whether to wear it up or down, no more flyaways or frizz. Plus, you get to expose your facial features, leaning on the strength of your cheekbones and chin, and the feminine delicacy of your neck and shoulders to maximize your beautification. Sounds good, right? Click through for more.

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Shorter we go. Joining the likes of Rita Ora and Ginnifer Goodwin, British-born beauty Lily Collins has chopped off her bob, going for a playful and chic pixie cut. Pixie cuts are a trendy, fun and flirty alternative for spring, especially when worn with a bespoke fringe, tight nape, and loose ends that tousle, swish and swoop. Learn about getting a fashionable pixie in the notes.

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shorthair

Long hair has always been the style that says sexy. But new cool new shapes and youthful styles is making short the new sexy.  Short hair elongates the neck and shows off the shoulders, things that are hidden by a long style. Click the notes for more on how to wear the sexiest short shapes in 2015. –– Kelly Rowe

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The best short haircuts achieve a balance between tailored and soft. If things get too fringy, short cuts can feel fussy; if they are too neat they can feel masculine. These cuts are tight and clean at the sides and back but soft and piecey on top and through the fringe. The thick, textured bangs draw attention to the eyes and give the otherwise serious cut a flirty feeling. Click the style notes for steps to achieving the shape. –– Laura Martin

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