Society & Culture:Personal Journals
Episode Twenty-One: Becky with the Good Hair
Jim Morrison once said, "Some of the worst mistakes in my life were haircuts," and he died in a bathtub. (Let that soak in for a second.) Hair is our crowning glory, a means of expression. We hide behind it, or shine beneath it. Long, beautiful, steaming, gleaming, flaxen, waxen... we all adore hair. That's why the average woman spends almost two hours a week styling her hair. By the time we're 65, we'll have devoted SEVEN FULL MONTHS to working on our coiffs. And that number doesn't include all the days/weeks/months we've spent in debate over whether or not to cut bangs.
(Spoiler alert: never cut bangs.) Hair? It's a big honkin' deal.
So, join Chicago media personality Gina B. and New York Times bestselling author Jen Lancaster as they get to the bottom of what constitutes good hair (and reminisce about all their tragic styles along the way).
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