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Things I Don’t Do: Feathers in My Hair

By Glinda

I think that even if I was young enough to wear feathers in my hair, I still wouldn’t.

And to be honest, there are truly few beauty trends that I feel are for young ‘uns only, but hair feathers definitely fall into that camp.

Or maybe it’s because every single time I see the “new” incarnation, I automatically think of these:

Yup. If you don’t know what the above item is called, then I pronounce you young enough to wear feather extensions.

4 Responses to “Things I Don’t Do: Feathers in My Hair”

  1. Kimks Says:

    Where did you find my 7th grade school photo? I thought I had burned all copies.

  2. Nomi Says:

    I’m pretty danged old, but I don’t know what that item is called. Enlighten us?

  3. Glinda Says:

    @Nomi- That, my friend, is a roach clip. The old skool kind, although at some point girls appropriated the look for their hair without using it for the main purpose. At least, that is what I’m hoping.

    Kimks, right? If you were sporting one in 7th grade, I’m going to guess it was for looks only?

  4. Kimks Says:

    It was for looks only- they were very popular in my California town- Someone told my Dad, the PASTOR what they were used for and I remember my parents having an argument about if I could wear them or not- at the end of the day I was allowed due to all things, the First Amendment…

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