Hollywood loves pixie cuts these days. You don’t need any more proof than the flood of women celebrities sporting the en-vogue and spunky hairstyle: Emma Watson, Cate Blanchett, Katie Holmes, Carey Mulligan, Michelle Williams, Keira Knightley, the list could go on and on… It’s like they all got together in some trendy Brentwood coffee shop (around a single $20 bite-size sandwich) and made a pact to rock out the haircut simultaneously.
Although this always makes the starlet looks like a 7-yr old boy, entertainment industry pundits will universally rave about how cute and gutsy she is for sporting the haircut. Do not let them fool you! This is just a major conspiracy to turn Hollywood into an all-male industry. See, it isn’t enough that nearly all the movies are made by men for men (boys actually), or that female movie-goers are relegated to cinematic highlights such as The Ugly Truth or Twilight. No! The powers-that-be are dead set on turning your favorite actresses into dudes!
This is not to say that the recent affinity female celebrities have for short hairs doesn’t make sense. Actually, men discovered thousands of years ago that there is a lot of advantages to having short hairs. They are easier to fix, don’t get tangled around door knobs or tree branches, and are less susceptible to catch a flame. Atta girls for seeing the light!
Do you like pixie hairstyles? Should Leonardo DiCaprio, Mark Wahlberg and Jake Gyllenhaal get together and rock out long hairs and pony-tails? Let us know in the comments!