Lara Worthington Told Us How She Grew Out Her Pixie Cut
Local beauty and businesswoman Lara Worthington makes for good inspo for *a lot* of things. There's her skin (never not glowing), her figure (fit and healthy), and her year-round glow (thanks in part to The Base, obvi). But perhaps the most talked about aspect of Worthington's beauty routine is her hair. It's been long, short, blonde and blonder, but one thing remains constant—it always looks amazing. Enviably amazing.
Proof: Where most women who opt to grow out a pixie or other short cut can struggle through an awkward in-between phase, Worthington seems to have navigated the transition seamlessly. (Reminder—her strands were freshly shorn just five months ago.)
We had to know her secret—so we reached out to ask. The answer: accessories. According to Worthington, the growing out process was just as tricky for her to get a handle on as anyone else: "Honestly, [it has been] much harder than I imagined. I wear a hat most days." (Celebs, they're just like us.)
If you're mid-grow out, Worthington also has a tip for you on styling your hair as it gets longer: "Don't use conditioner—it makes [your hair] really fluffy." We concur; when your hair is short, knocking back the frizz without weighing it down is key.