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My friend's daughter has the cutest short hair cut. It's very short and stacked in the back, about chin length in the front. It is precious!!! She can wear a headband if she wants, hair clips on the sides but the back is super short. She has straight brown hair as well and it's just the cutest pixie look.
Oh and as far as what to ask your hairdresser, this style is called a "Stacked or Inverted Bob"
What is this about bracing ears? I've never heard of such a thing. One of mine has got ears like airplane wings, is there something we can do about that? I always thought she could have them altered surgically when she got much older, if she really wanted to. I mean, I think she's adorable no matter what, but I also can consider that if it were me, I might get self-conscious about it at some point.
My daughter has somewhat thick blonde hair. It is long, hits the middle of her back. I have had issues with snarls and knots in her hair. These are things that work for us:
1) Always comb hair when she is distracted. We watch relatively little TV in our house. But I ALWAYS let her watch for the 5 minutes it takes me to comb her hair. She just isn't focused on all the tugging, etc.
2) Wet hair down. I usually spritz hair and then brush or comb, always starting at the bottom and then working my way up. What I mean is that I brush the 1st (bottom) inch, and then the next inch etc utnil I work my way up to her scalp.
3) I try to grasp her hair when I'm combing, so that it doesn't tug directly on her scalp, but my hand acts as a buffer.
4) 95% of the time she wears her hair in braids. Either one braid or two. Sometimes she has asked to wear her hair in pony tails but I find that this doesn't really keep it from getting snarly.
I know I didn't really answer your question about whether to cut again. My overall feeling is that it doesn't really sound like you want her to have a crew cut. I mean, do you REALLY?? You want her to be more active in her hair hygeine and not so argumentative and defensive, right? That sounds more like a behavior you two need to work together on to find a compromise. Just my .02. I know how dreadful this hair thing can be, so good luck. Let us know what happens.
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