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Five Shitty Things Beauty Have Done In 2017.

« Breakup cuts » are so common, almost every hairstylist has helped execute one. « A haircut after a breakup is powerful, » Chase Kusero, hairstylist and co-founder of IGK, says. « People [often] keep their hair a certain way because of what a partner likes, or because it’s how they’ve always worn it. When you cut it and wear it how you want it, it’s empowering. » That being said, it’s important to make sure you’re doing it for the right reasons. « When you do a cut out of anger or revenge and that anger fades, you want to make sure you still like the cut! » Franck, hairstylist and fellow co-founder of IGK, adds.

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I’m not going to lie, I did cry a bit when they cut off the ponytail because I felt like I was letting go of my past — and there would be no more feeling sad or thinking about him.

We know what you’re thinking now: Is this really healthy, or just a quick fix? « Shedding your hair may not equal out to shedding your problems, » Hafeez reminds us. « Process your emotions, sit with the pain, cry, get a trim, but don’t make any drastic changes until it’s passed — and it will pass. » Ahead, six women tell the real stories behind their « breakup cuts » — and how it ended up being the best decision they could have made.

The hair pros agree: « It’s good to give yourself time to process and reflect before taking action, » Jen Atkin, celebrity hairstylist and creator of Ouai Haircare, tells R29. « Yes, cutting your hair is a rush, so I can see why getting a great cut after a breakup can be exciting, but it doesn’t mean it has to be done in a rush. » Her rule: If you still want the cut after a week, then do it. « It’s an opportunity to reinvent yourself, so take your time deciding who you want to be next, » she adds, « Then get rid of those bad feelings and move on!”

Écrit par : GMarquette

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