Pixie haircut: Pam Anderson's pixie haircut garners rave reviews and gives the Baywatch actress back her sparkle. Maybe it's time we all found our pixietude.
Pam Anderson gets a pixie haircut and magically looks a decade younger, and while some credit the salon, parents know the inner Tinker Bell vibe being reignited when we see it.
Apparently the product Anderson’s stylist used in her pixie haircut was pixie dust because the Baywatch actress got her sparkle back.
However, Tinker Bell is not just a haircut, she’s a thriving vibe and those who can pull it off look younger because inside they’re clapping for themselves.
Every little girl knows how to Think Tink. Adults however, often require a trip to the salon to recapture the pixietude.
It’s Halloween and I fully expect to meet Tink at my doorstep shouting “Trick or treat” in a tinkly, high pitched giggle that is fairy through and through.
As a little girl I loved Tink because she was imperfect as she suffered unrequited love of Pete Pan, jealousy of Wendy, and was so brave and selfless in the end that she was willing to give her life to do the right thing.
I still clap for Tinker Bell but found that I rarely applauded my inner fairy until my youngest son, Quin, developed a monster crush on her and insisted we watch all the new movies about her and her new pixie posse.
My husband was aghast when he saw us watching a Tinker Bell movie with Quin.
Quin patiently took his father aside and explained, “Pop, seriously, she’s amazing, she can build anything out of anything!”
His 18-year-old brother Ian who is dating a girl who proudly sports a pixie cut as she whomps the heck out of giants at jiu jitsu added, “And she’s hot. Let’s not forget that.”