.Hair Or No Hair. On The Street: Black & White
22 Aug 2013
We obsess about it, lose it, cut it, style it, grow it, weave it, cut it, perm it, color it, trim it or as I say "just a dusting"...our hair is our moniker, our symbol of sexuality, political symbol, and most always discussed on a daily basis. We talk about our own hair or someone else's. Statements like "look how gray he got, or she let her bangs grow out...our President and First Lady.
I envy the people, mostly young women who now have their hair in an array of colors and stripes. It shows so much confidence and creativity, of which my generation wore a beehive or over 'teased' our hair to have it look fuller. In the 60's our hair was long and many of us looked like 'Cher'.
Afro's seem to have made a comeback and the mullet seems to have disappeared, thankfully. I still see the Mohawk and the bun and the pixie seems to have a resurgence.
So love your hair, if you still have some and to those who have lost their hair, you look beautiful too! Look at how much more time you have to do other things, other than worry about your hair!