I told the stylist I wanted my hair cut short
I told the stylist I wanted my hair to be cut short
I told the stylist I wanted that my hair be cut short
What is your opinions about the sentences above?
As far as I know, when you want change it to the subjunctive, you leave out to be, but you said other things (in another question of mine)!
In addition, I almost know the rules of English subjunctive. However, considering what Wikipedia says below, I think we should leave out to be and the apostrophes,
Notice that the subjunctive is not generally used after verbs such as hope and expect, or after verbs that use a different syntax, such as want (it is not usual to say **I want that he wash up*; the typical syntax is I want him to wash up).