Coco Rocha Joins The Pixie Crew - And Documents The Hair Cut LIVE!

13 August 2013 by

Before and after the big chop

Is it just us, or has Hollywood gone scissor crazy? Only last week did Beyoncé unveil her new cropped hairdo, and now catwalk queen Coco Rocha has taken the plunge, too. Whether it’s something in the water or a nifty way to beat the heat, it’s safe to say that summer 2013 is officially the summer of the celebrity pixie cut- la Knowles, Karlie, Miley, Coco- the list could go on, and on…

Miss Rocha’s new dramatic cut signified a pretty bold move for the typically long-haired starlet. Her legendary fiery-red tresses have always had us Grazia ladies green with envy, so full marks to the 24-year-old diva for plucking up the courage to go for the chop! What’s more, Coco relayed the whole experience via her Twitter account, so no stone was left unturned when it came to the ins and outs of her new ‘do.

Coco isn’t the only celeb to share her milestone hair moments via social media- only last week did Beyoncé debut her ‘do via her Instagram account, and teen starlet Miley Cyrus tweeted every step of her haircut last August. The question is, would you tweet your live hair transformation?

Anh Co Tran working his hair magic on the supermodel

During Miss Rocha’s salon visit, the supermodel tweeted, “Tilda” alongside a snap of her new hairstyle, which does indeed look a lot like Tilda Swinton’s cut. Whilst Swinton might have fuelled Coco’s pixie-crop fire, a little birdie told us that Miss Rocha had been contemplating cutting her hair for almost six months prior to yesterday’s appointment, mainly to rid of damaged hair. Clever stuff, Coco. The model said, “With my job, my hair is constantly dyed and fried and it won’t grow any longer, so I decided it was time to get rid of it,” she told Allure, the American magazine invited to watch the hair-cutting experience.

Tempted to jump on the pixie bandwagon? Celebrity hairdresser Richard Ward stresses the importance of having a consultation prior to the big cut: “When it comes to cropped hair, having a consultation with your hairdresser first is so important, as this style doesn’t suit every face shape (oval is best). Once you commit to this style, there’s not much hair to hide behind!” In that case, full marks to Miss Rocha- we’re loving your new ‘do...


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