NO FLOWER IN MY HAIR: MY STRUGGLE WITH 'AUTHENTICITY.'

I had an acting teacher in college once tell me that the voice is one of the most personal and most intimate qualities of a human being. The timbre of it, the cadence of speech, its pitch are all unique to us and create an indelible first impression. I've come to think of hair in much the same way. A person's weight can fluctuate wildly but our hair has a quality, a characteristic that marks who we are from the beginning: it's too thick, it's too thin, it has too much curl or not enough volume. We cut it, we dye it, we straighten it, we heat it into submission and subject it to all kinds of treatments and abuse, but ultimately it will always return to its nature. We love it, we hate it... an

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