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Pixie Perfect cut for Beauticate

Posted on 23/11/2017

Pixie cuts can be the most flattering and versatile cuts for clients who want some flexibility with the hair without being a precision cut – which really do require regular visits to keep the cut in it’s precise and perfect style! Pixie cuts can go without a visit to the hairdressers for a couple of months, and when cut properly you can achieve a gorgeous grown-out look, which is actually part of the style.

Pixie cuts are easy to style in all manor of ways from slicked back to textured and messy, there is a pixie cut syle for everyone that is prepared to take the pixie plunge!

There is a pixie style for most hair types including curly! Yes, seriously! Come and visit the team to see what can be achieved with your hair

We aren’t blowing our own trumpet but wanted to share a lovely feature from the fabbo team at beauticate.com  They chose to come and visit Barney for the big chop!

“Just two blocks from busy Oxford Street in Darlinghurst sits the unassuming little sister salon of Surry Hills’ Barney Martin, BM2. Recently celebrating it’s first birthday, the more intimate slice of the OG salon – that has had a dedicated clientele for 15 years – is already becoming one of Sydney’s most sought after seats.

The relaxed and quirky, but ultimately chic space is paired with a Barney Martin guarantee your hair is, quite literally, in the best hands. Here, Beauticate managing editor, Rikki, put all her trust in those hands to achieve a pixie…He tells me he’s going to to to razor cut after revealing he has learnt the technique from some of the very best in the business, to give me a week-old cut look.

After dividing my hair into three sections, from part to crown, in one swift move he cuts the first section to about a five centimetre length – there’s no going back! I opt to keep a longer fringe (or, as Barney calls it, a safety net), but give him free reign in the back. I expect to be more and more anxious as the hair drops away, but it’s quite the opposite – why haven’t I done this earlier? He crafts the cut to perfectly accentuate the better parts of my face ”

Read the full story here http://www.beauticate.com/the-go-tos/bm2-darlinghurst

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