Monday Miracle

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Monday Miracle
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Mon, 05-12-2014 - 1:31pm

It is FINALLY warm by me Laughing

1. Do you have allergies to pollen? What are your symptoms?

2. Did you do anything fun for Mother's Day?

3. When it is humid, does your hair go straight or frizz up?

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Tue, 05-13-2014 - 2:51pm
"So many girls are constantly straightening their long hair, because that's how everyone else looks and they want to fit in." -------- I thought it was a 90s thing, speaking of Friends. Wasn't it an ongoing joke that everyone back then was trying to have "Rachel hair"?
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Tue, 05-13-2014 - 2:51pm

"Well since the anti-frizz business has grow so large in the last few years, people are realizing that it is not an attractive look. lol." -------- Eye of the beholder and all that. Since I can't even recognize frizz, I obviously don't notice this particular "defect" in other people's hair. I do notice roots and really obvious highlights.

I wouldn't even notice roots as there are so many different ways now that people dye their hair. Frizz is something that many people battle with and have for years. Lucikly they have been able to get products out there to tame it. 

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Tue, 05-13-2014 - 2:53pm

I would agree that the anti-frizz business is booming--because it is the fashion not really because frizzy or curly hair is unattractive.  So many girls are constantly straightening their long hair, because that's how everyone else looks and they want to fit in.  To me it looks like throwback 70's.  

I don't think frizzy hair has EVER been attractive and people have been fighting it for many, many years. 

If it is the throwback to the 70's, wouldn't you think people were trying to tame the frizz back then also?

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Tue, 05-13-2014 - 2:54pm

90's hair:

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Tue, 05-13-2014 - 2:55pm
"I wouldn't even notice roots as there are so many different ways now that people dye their hair." ------- I notice anyway. I also notice obvious dye-jobs, even without roots.
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Tue, 05-13-2014 - 2:55pm

I graduated from high school in 1989 and the hair was HUGE that year. It didn't get straighter for awhile. 

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Tue, 05-13-2014 - 2:56pm
"90's hair:" ------ Is that also considered frizzy?
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Tue, 05-13-2014 - 2:56pm

"I wouldn't even notice roots as there are so many different ways now that people dye their hair." ------- I notice anyway. I also notice obvious dye-jobs, even without roots.

Well nowadays you usually can as the colors are so wild and different than the regular blonde, brunette and black.

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Tue, 05-13-2014 - 2:57pm
"We're sure you're familiar with the term "the Rachel" haircut? Yes, when Jennifer Aniston was on Friends as Rachel Green, she set off a frenzy of women dying to get their hair cut just like her character. Probably the defining hair look for the late 1990's, Aniston's locks were the envy of women everywhere." http://www.stylelist.com/view/rachel-jennifer-anistons-hair-transformation/
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Tue, 05-13-2014 - 2:57pm

90's hair:" ------ Is that also considered frizzy?

Nope, that is curly. Curly doesn't have to be frizzy.

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