beth djalali summer pixie cut

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  1. RORY says:

    Thanks for a great post. I have been having difficulty with my hair and have been trying different products. I have used Nioxin, too drying, and the Hair Biology. Now I am using Awapuhi by Paul Mitchell, it has ketatin in the shampoo and conditioner and no sulfates. Have a great day.

  2. What is the difference in, for colored hair or chemically treated hair?
    I love your hair the best when you had the longer swept down and over bangs, though your new pixie style is cute too on you. I haven’t wore really short hair in years. I prefer the medium layered look I wear on me the best. Thanks for the tips on hair products.

  3. Lisa says:

    I’m making a comment after looking at your first picture. Wowie your complexion and hair are beautiful!

  4. Eve says:

    You have lovely flat ears. I always tell them I want a pixie but cover my ears. LOL

  5. Anne H says:

    Beth, I love your pixie haircut! So cute and stylish. Accentuates your features perfectly! Anne

  6. MaryLynne says:

    Hi Beth
    Good to see your post today. I didn’t get an email from you for a week. I was worried about you. I look forward to your blog every day. Where did you get the puffy sleeve blouse in last Sunday’s blog?

    • Beth Djalali says:

      thanks, marylynne! it’s good to be missed. i was at the beach last week enjoying blue skies and sunshine! the blouse is Ralph Lauren about three years old.

  7. Peggy says:

    I have loved most of your hairstyles (not the COVID bob!) but this pixie is perfect for Athens summer heat and humidity. Your stylist is a keeper!

  8. Jacki F. says:

    You are one of those beautiful women, with just the right head shape, facial features, & bone structure, who looks great with super short hair, as not all of us can (or want) to pull it off. You look like you still have a LOT of hair and I never understand why women with great thick hair– especially fairly straight hair– cut it off! I find longer hair much more flattering and feminine in general. The photos of you with the longer top/bangs look especially great.

    • Beth Djalali says:

      why not? i chopped my long thick hair off at 17 and never looked back. i feel spunky and sassy and it suits me. so why not? hair is just like
      style – find what works for you. long hair, short or something in between. it all works.

  9. Laura in NJ says:

    Beth, what lipstick are you wearing in these pictures? It’s a great color! Thanks!

  10. Susan Molinelli says:

    Hi Beth, I just love your new look for the summer. I can relate looking for a good stylist. I have had so many cuts that were not flattering. I love both short and longer hair. I am currently growing my hair out to get the dye out…long process! I am going the natural way and have some nice salt and pepper happening which I love. Thanks for all your helpful suggestions and guidance. My goal is to get a good stylist and show her the pictures your shared…you look great! Merci!

  11. Anon says:

    When we went into the third wave and salons were about to close down yet again, I asked for an eight-week haircut. My stylist didn’t want to take it that short, but she listened. It looks like I timed it right. I think I’ll be much more attentive to timing my haircuts now, and will always ask for just a little bit more off the top. Home haircuts are not the greatest for this mop.

  12. Lynda R Schram says:

    Oh PLEASE PLEASE Beth, What make is the navy plaid blazer with the yellow reverse collar that you are wearing in one of your pictures above! I have been obsessed with it since I first saw you post it. I would love to try and find it on Poshmark or Thred Up if you can only give me the maker; I am guessing maybe Talbots or J Crew?
    Hoping you have time to respond.
    Thank you,
    Lynda – 66 and LOVE your site!!

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