So you’re in the salon getting your hair cut, then a girl with butt-length, plain-Jane, brown Duggar hair walks in and tells the stylist next to you that she really wants something different – come hell or high water – she wants a short pixie cut. And, make it blonde.
Her sytlist says, “Really? Are you sure about that? I’m not sure if it’s the best fit for your features…”
I mean, the long-haired girl has a semi-larger face and could quite possibly look devastatingly terrible with that cut — let alone a blonde pixie cut. Let’s be honest, just because she LIKES the pixie cut doesn’t mean it’ll work for her.
The long-haired, Duggar-esque girl responds without thinking and says, “I’ve made up my mind. JUST DO IT. I NEED A CHANGE FOR CHANGE’S SAKE. Pixie me.”
… you silently gasp and think, “Oh, boy. She’s going to regret this decision… it takes quite a while to grow a pixie out. “
That is precisely how I feel about the current healthcare sitch.
Pixie cuts don’t work for everyone.
We’re going to regret this.
And, we’re going to pay for it.