But, as someone with long hair, I can assure you that long hair does care. Long hair cares a lot, and long hair takes vengeance on its owner. Long hair can divulge the emotions and activities of its owner. For example:
1. Here, my hair is telling you that I just ran several miles on a chilly, windy day. My hair cared, so it became a giant mess as it bounced across my hood until it was in an unmanageable knot.
2. In this photo, my hair is saying that it is Friday, and I was too lazy to even put a clip in my hair. And it was saying that I was in DESPERATE need of a trim.
3.On Saturday, my hair says that I slept in and went for a morning swim. Since my hair does not like the blow dryer, it chooses to go to lunch while it is still wet.
4. My hair is a little more respectful on Sunday. It says, “Kat almost has her life put together. Almost.”
5. “Why? Why did you leave the room?” That is what my hair asks on snow days.
6. When there is a clip on the right side of my head, my hair is simply saying that it is a normal day in the life of Kat.
7. Braids announce one of two things:
- option 1: I feel youthful.
- option 2: I didn’t wash my hair last night. (always assume the former)
8. A clip with a twist means that it is a normal day, but I am feeling a bit fancy.
9. A full-length braid says, “Kat actually woke up with enough time to do something to her hair today.”
10. A top-bun says that I really like the back of the shirt I am wearing.
And in this picture, my hair is praising me for finally, FINALLY getting the trim I needed: