Women's Health

THE HAIRCUT CHAMELEON

I got my first big cut—a pixie—in college. Before that, I’d pretty much had the same haircut since I was 5. I was starting to figure out who I was, and being in art school, I was surrounded by creativity nonstop. I’ve probably had 10 different cuts since then. Each one makes me feel powerful because it’s one little thing that only

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