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Wigging Out

It sounds silly, but we all wonder: Would changing my hair change my life?

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  • Still, his dislike of the new hair was reassuring, and I squeezed his hand as we walked to dinner. How, I wondered, would I have felt if he'd liked me better as a blond? (Turns out, even if he had liked the wig, I couldn't have kept it. A few weeks later, Ke$ha requested it for her MTV New Year's Eve performance. Google it. She looks Fun.)

    If a woman's hair has any equivalent in the male appearance, it's probably the man's suit. Both are measuring sticks of power and sex appeal. Both can also be an armor. There's no hiding from hair, and if you think that shearing it off would solve the problem, think again: A pixie cut attracts far more attention than a ponytail ever could.

Wigging Out
It sounds silly, but we all wonder: Would changing my hair change my life?
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