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Wigging Out

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

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  • Fun Girl texted Zoe Wiepert to ask if it would be possible, in theory, to bleach her actual hair. Zoe texted back that yes, it would be possible. Fun Girl's mind spun with possibilities.

    By midnight, however, the wish had begun to dim. Fun Girl's wig now felt like a monkey gripping her scalp. She returned home and dewigged, leaving a nude bald cap where the long blond tresses had once flowed. Her face resumed its familiar pyramid shape.

    The lesson: Blonds might have more fun, but the same is true of drunk people. When I wore the wig sober to meet my boyfriend, Ashwin, the next day, he noticed the new length of my hair (three extra inches) before the color. "Your hair grew," he said. "It makes you look shorter." Pause. "And it's blond."

    Men are so weird.

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