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Would you chop your locks? New York women reveal how short they'll go
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Emily Hebert: Hi! I am Emily Hebert, ELLE.com's Associate Beauty Editor, and today we are going to find out how short people will go when it comes to cutting their hair for spring.
When it comes to getting your haircut, how short will you go? Will you go Agnes Teen short or is that way too short for you?
Female Speaker: I can't do straight up pixie. I have always had long hair, but actually I saw that movie, 'He's Just Not That Into You', and I want my hair to look like Ginnifer Goodwin. But I don't know, it might take too much work, I am pretty lazy.
Female Speaker: Last fall I had my hair like here, much shorter, and I loved it for a while, but then I just missed having long hair. And I have always wanted like a short bob, but never had the guts to do it.
Female Speaker: I mean, I have been tempted to go shorter, I love like Victoria Beckham like cut, but I don't think I would ever do it. It's just, I like my long hair.
Female Speaker: No, no, I usually have it shorter actually, this is long for me. I am not really one for long hair. I find it a little too boring, for me personally.
Female Speaker: I had it cut short, but it was years and years and years ago. I think it was actually another sister haircut, except it was more like a bold cut, like the bangs and when you come down, yeah.
Emily Hebert: Your sister was the one who gave you a bold cut?
Female Speaker: Yes. I was very trusting back then, I have since learned many, many lessons.