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Trying henna in her hair

Trying henna in her hair

Magnificent Schmidl, Staff Reporter
April 10, 2020

Three days into social distancing from COVID-19 I started to go a little crazy. I had nothing new to do, was sick of watching Netflix and playing video games, and needed a bit of change in my life. Although classes were soon to start up, I had a week of figuring out what to do with myself that didn’t require going out into public. As I thought about what I could do, I played with the ends of my hair, which hung all the way to my lap. I looked down and it hit me. I should change my hair. I had been growing my hair out for six years and figured that maybe, amid the chaos of the world and the ...

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