10 Things Girls With LONG Hair Are Mostly Exhausted Of Dealing With
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10 Things Girls With LONG Hair Are Mostly Exhausted Of Dealing With

Food, a car door, even your butt crack - your hair has gone practically more places than you have.

10 Things Girls With LONG Hair Are Mostly Exhausted Of Dealing With
Katrina Burton

1. People think they can touch your hair

I mean, I wouldn’t even really mind it if you just asked me, but coming up to me and petting my head like I’m a dog is just not cool.

2. You’ve thought about shaving it off a million times

You constantly get this urge to just say “what the hell” and shave off all of your hair but then you remember that oh yeah, your hair is way too bomb for that.

3. Buns days are the best days

Every day becomes a bun day and when people ask you why you don’t put your hair down, you ask them why they don’t get some better hair.

4. It gets into really strange places

Food, a car door, even your butt crack - your hair has gone practically more places than you have.

5. Brushing your hair is the worst

Your arm starts to physically hurt after brushing through your lion's mane.

6. People tell you that you’re so lucky

Please stop telling me that because it really doesn’t feel like it.

7. Hair ties come and go so quickly

They’re here one second and gone the next and I don’t think I can take these unexpected hair tie deaths anymore.

8. Waking up can either be beautiful or deadly

Sometimes your hair will surprise you and look absolutely amazing when you wake up and other times, not so much. Sometimes you end up looking like the girl from the movie “The Ring”.

9. Wind is your enemy

You know however great your hair may look, once you feel that wind outside, you better kiss it goodbye.

10. You swing it around

When you dance, when you’re in the shower, when you want to put emphasis on basically anything you say, you whip that hair back and forth.

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