Short hair has been assigned its place in the black hair beauty community. Pixies and edgy cuts are reserved for women who are ‘feeling themselves’ or who are ‘about to change their lives.’ Truth is, not everybody can confidently pull off short hair.
It takes a bit of sass and a certain level of self-assuredness to wear your hair short. A woman with short hair has to know how to wear the hair and not have the hair wear her. People should see the person and not only the haircut. This kind of attention is what might make a woman hesitate when considering a haircut.
Cutting your hair short is a true commitment. It’s one you can’t turn back from. If you’re not one who can handle the attention and the upkeep, you may find yourself in a sticky situation. You may even be forced to wear weaves or wigs to cover up your mistake. But, the fact of the matter is that you can go for a test drive before you buy the car.
I have a friend who believes that every woman should keep at least one go-to wig* in her stash. Wearing weaves or wigs isn’t only an option that’s available to those women who have mistakenly chopped off all their hair and now regret their decision. Short wigs and weaves can do the same thing for your style as 32 inches of Brazilian Body Wave can. They allow space for you to be versatile with your hairstyles.
Pixie wigs, in particular, have gained a lot of popularity lately. From the time Rihanna donned a pink one to JHud cutting all off, celebrities and non-celebrities alike are killing the short hair game. And the funny thing is that a lot of them are doing it with wigs* and weaves.
Here are few reasons you should explore short hair wigs* and weaves.
Tamara M. Harris says
Lameisa Thomas I wanna try a short wig but Im scared!!!!
Lameisa Thomas says
Yes you should, I will braid your hair so you can try one.
I will never relax my hair again, but, I LOVE a short pixie!! I keep a wig handy to change up occasionally.
Kate R Vonne says
I love them