StyleMichelle Williams Looks So Different Without Her Signature Pixie Cut
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Aside from growing out bangs, transitioning out of a pixie cut is probably the biggest hair struggle. Trying to control cowlicks and getting those random small pieces to stay clipped back with bobby pins are just a part of the journey. Somehow,has managed to avoid all the awkward stages of growing out a pixie cut.
The actress showed up to the New York City premiere of her film After the Wedding on Aug. 6 with her hair styled in a. She wore her new haircut sleek and straight with a deep side part. While the bob has been 2019's biggest hair trend and popular among celebrities, it's so different from Williams's signature pixie cut, a look that has inspired many people to chop off their hair for the better part of the last decade.
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Williams's hair change hasn't happened overnight. The actress has subtly been growing out her pixie for the past few months and has looked amazing every step of the way. At the FYC event for FX's Fosse/Verdon in Beverly Hills California on May 31, Williams wore her hair in a long asymmetrical cut that's part pixie, part bowl cut. Her hair was styled straight, with side-swept bangs.
Even though Williams is making the pixie grow-out look effortless, she's gotten real about how painful of a process it can be. Back in 2013, she spoke toabout how she was attempting to grow out her hair. "I think I’m ready. It’s on its way, slowly but surely. That’s why I’ve stayed with short hair for so long. The mid-stage is insufferable. It’s really hard on your self-esteem," she said. Preach.
Whether or not Williams sticks with it this time around, her new bob is proof that growing out your hair can be incredibly chic.
Michelle Williams will be the heroine of an abortion film and the feminist collective Janecollective Michelle Williams will soon play the heroine of the film This is Jane, which she also co-produces for Amazon Studios. This is what sources close to the project told TheWrap. The film will be adapted from Laura Kaplan's book The Story of Jane: The Legendary Underground Feminist Abortion Service, which tells the true story of Jenny, founder of Jane, a clandestine abortion service.In Chicago, between 1969 and 1973, until that Roe v. Wade recognizes abortion as an institutional right in the United States, the women-led Jane Collective has helped more than 11,000 women access services denied by the medical community. In real life, the movement was initiated by feminist Heather Booth. Filmmaker Kimberly Peirce, director of Boys Do not Cry, will direct This is Jane. Michelle Williams looks back on her career at our mic: Michelle Williams will soon play the heroine of . The film will be adapted from Laura Kaplan's book The Story of Jane: The Legendary Underground Feminist Abortion Service
, which tells the true story of Jenny, founder of Jane, a clandestine abortion service. In Chicago, between 1969 and 1973, until the Roe v. Wade recognizes abortion as an institutional right in the United States, the women-led Jane Collective has helped more than 11,000 women access services denied by the medical community. In real life, the movement was initiated by feminist Heather Booth.This is Jane , director and director of Boys Do not Cry , will direct
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