To crop or not to crop?

Ok so I know that there are not many celebrity women who willingly have their hair cut short. Majority of the drastic hair cuts are down to roles or parts that they have to fill for their careers. Natalie Portman shaved her hair, Cameron Diaz....endless amounts of beautiful stars sacrifice their hair for their jobs.

However, there are a select few who choose to have their hair short. I had previously read an article where Michelle Williams had admitted to having her hair cut short because "Straight men hate women with short hair" This was as a memorial to her former partner Heath Ledger as he was (apparently) the only male she knew that loved women with short hair.

In my opinion (as a pixie cut wearer) short hair is a brave move, it took me at least a year and numerous pictures to finally make the move and have the mop chop. And now? I would never go back.

Sienna Miller, granted her main reason for cutting her boho locks was for her role as Edie Sedgwick in Factory girl. But Miller kept rocking her crop for at least a year after her role. Personally I prefer Sienna with her more edgy and funky crop. Now however she has grown out her style in favour of her longer look.

Other celebs such as Carey Mulligan and Frankie Sandford all favour the crop or pixie cut. One of the most dramatic transformations also came from Harry Potter star Emma Watson, she went from geek to chic with the simple snip of her teenage style free hair. Frankie made hair history with one of the most copied and requested hair cuts along with "the Rachel" So my question is "To crop or not to crop?"
Girls, if you want to do it you have to do it! (Or at least give it a try) At the end of the day, hair grows back and I think any girl brave enough to rock the crop can sure as hell pull it off!



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