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Throughout my life Ive always had a companion by my side through thick and thin through the good and the bad forever growing and changing as I have I am referring to none other then my hair and everyone values their hair differently and no two beings hair is the same nor will their hair go through the same changes Isnt hair just a human body feature Hair is something far more than a body feature it is a depiction of fashion sense your identity ethnicity gender personality the time period you are living in and far more Whether 100 years ago or 100 years from now your hair will forever remain important in defining who you are Throughout the ever so common changes you experience your hair will transform as you do thus it is a constant reminder of who you are Ranging all the way back to the days gel was a sign of indecency and haircuts were received in an immigrants basement the vision of my hair produced 1000 words During my childhood my mother exclusively selected my hairstyle This signified my inability to make decisions on my own and my disregard for my appearance at the time The styles often ranged from the mushroom cut to the buzz and sometimes even my moms idea of good looking The conversation at the barbershop would almost always start with the barber saying what will it be today then before I had a chance to open my mouth my mom shot back saying the usual After I hade finished receiving my hair cut it was short uneven unattractive amateur asymmetrical and nothing like how it was shown in the magazines at the shop I lacked any remote sense of fashion from age four to ten as my horrid hair was equivalent to my terrible swag I remember coming home one day to a bunch of supposedly new clothes only to discover they were
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