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I've done this over the last year, starting last February, although mine is quite straight. I've just let it grow out but have had the back trimmed regularly (lengthwise) until the sides have caught up, therefore I've not been left with a mullet. I've messed it up with product and clipped the fringe back when necessary and it's not really looked too bad at any stage. It's now an almost shoulder length bob, myself and my hairdresser are surprised at how quickly it's grown.
Sleeper I have the Pixie/Wavy Combo and if you find the answer, I will take notes ... I have gone from cropped to collarbone bob (I had very short hair when I was pg with DD) but my hair seems even wavier now (15 years on) and grey.
I cannot go through the 'tween' phase, I can't remember how I did it last time, but I could blame my scruffy appearance back then on being a mum of 2 under 3 . I'm actually going for my regular crop tomorrow (5 weeks) , it's driving me demented.
I've had very short hair for decades, sometimes with a bit more length (when I got married i had a curly style). Most of the curl left me when I had DD (she has real curls). Really short crop works best for my hair, but probably not for my face anymore!
I want to avoid the Princess Diana look and feel a bit like a lego-man when it gets any length to it. My hairdresser is good with crops but I'll talk to her today about alternatives.