Sunday, March 28, 2010

Hair

I have ridiculously thick hair.

My family members have said my hair should be in the Guiness Book of World Records, and I'm starting to believe them.
Let me give you a lesson on having hair like mine. There are several good and bad things about having thick hair.

Good
-My neck is never cold... Who needs a scarf when your hair is a million inches
thick and several feet long?
-I can do a variety of interesting things with it. Every one messes with my hair. I've had braids, buns, pony tails, curls, french braids, and many other special hair-do's.
-My scalp is never sun-burned. There is too much hair in the way.

Bad
-I am not a horse, and my hair is not the reins.
-Not only is my neck never cold, but it is also extremely hot in the summer.
-It takes almost three years to straighten it. Pull out the the flat iron and get comfortable--this might take a while.
-It's super hard to wash. Another thing that takes up time... and shampoo.

Let me show you some of my cute and not-so-cute hairstyles:


"The Braid-Bun" by Kayla (Hatchett) Rowberry




"X-treme Skater Hair" by Kayla (Hatchett) Rowberry


















"The Unicorn Horn" designed by Tessa
assembled by Haley Hudson



"Down" by Tessa Hatchett















"The Spanish Ponytail" by Tessa Hatchett


Thruthfully, I love my hair. The extra time spent to take care of it and the frustrating moments when brushing a tangled knot are worth all of the compliments. Why complain when you can realize the best of what you have?

11 comments:

  1. First of all, you have loverly locks. Do share.

    Second, Paul would like you to know that my last name is actually Rowberry in case you want to send me expensive Easter presents.

    P.S. I do accept personal checks.

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  2. You may thank me later for those lovely locks ;-)

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  3. Fine, I'm retarded. I will change it.

    P.S. I think Paul is just out to get expensive gifts... Notice the last post's comment.

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  4. I have noticed that you are putting your hair down more

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  5. Yeah. Is that a good thing or a bad thing?

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  6. I was just kidding about the gift thing. Paul didn't even see the post. Lol! But I was looking at that bun and I think it's huge. If I could get a cinnamon bun as big as your hair bun I'd be a happy camper.

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  7. at least it ain't curly...you think it is hard to take care of now....

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  8. But your hair is short! Plus, you don't even have to brush it. Pshh!

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  9. Tessa your hair and you are just beautiful!

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  10. Your hair is beautiful. I'm sooooo glad you recognize that. It's hard to take care of but no matter what kind of hair you have it's hard to take care of. Even my husband who has none, hates taking care of it (which consists of buzzing it a couple times a month)!!!!

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