Short hair for women is not only practical now, but it’s also a very stylish choice that most women choose when they want to change their look. There is a long list of reasons why short hair is great, and most women agree that getting rid of it after a lifetime of tangled, damaged, split-ended long hair could be one of the best decisions they’ve ever made.

Kristina Katsabina is a hairdresser in Moscow. She helps women feel beautiful again by cutting off their hair and giving them a whole new look. The talented hairstylist gives her clients short haircuts, showing that a woman’s beauty is not based on how long her hair is or on the stereotypes that our modern society has set.

Kristina does these before-and-after pictures to show how a haircut can change a person’s whole look in just a few hours. This is one of the main reasons why she does them.

In any case, if you’re not sure if you should go for the big cut, we’ve put together a list of Kristina’s best work to help you decide if you’re ready for a change! Feel free to look at these women who cut all of their hair off to make big changes.

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“A lot of women in their 30s are either working in a field they don’t like or have lost all motivation to keep going. It happened to me, too. At some point, I lost all motivation to keep moving forward and learn more about my job at the time. Before I started doing hair as my full-time job, I taught Spanish and worked as a translator and choreographer.”

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“If I had my own kids, I think I would take maternity leave like most women do. But right now, all the free time I have belongs to me, and I’m using it to learn more about myself by doing things that are important to me. I like to have an honest look at myself and the world around me. Knowing what’s important to me and what I love and want has helped me take the right steps to become a hairdresser. To be honest, I had been thinking about this career for a while before that. Everything about the job made me want to like it.

1.A sense of style, creativity, and beauty.

2.Helping and working with people.

3.Good pay.

4.Freedom

5.I learn something new all the time.

6.I can see the results of my work right away.

7.The chance to be in charge of the process from start to finish.

8.A job where I can use both my hands and my brain.”

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“When I put a check mark next to each of these points, I knew right away what to do. You can see the results in the before-and-after pictures of my clients.

When I first started working as a hairdresser, more and more of my clients wanted short haircuts. By giving these haircuts myself, I could see the real changes happening right in front of my eyes. In the end, I fell in love with the process, and it showed me that I could look at people differently. It’s all about giving people the right haircuts for their tastes, personalities, and overall charm.”

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A hairstylist should know a lot of things, but Katsabina thinks that some things should come from the person themselves.

“I think the most important thing a hairdresser needs is to love working with people and understand what they need. Of course, you also have to think about how things look and what a person likes, but your goal is to make a person a better, more beautiful version of themselves. I like to give women haircuts that make them feel happier, more beautiful, free, and brave.”

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