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That's the way I wore my hair every single day for the remainder of freshman year, sophomore year, and junior year, all the way until I was a senior.
I hadn't yet washed my hair, as a perm needs a couple of days to settle in, but once it was time I was excited to see what my new wash-and-go hair would look like.
My teachers complimented me, guys who never noticed me before said I looked nice, and even girls I'd never spoken to would tell me I had nice hair.
The compliments made me want to straighten my hair more often, and by the end of the year, I was flat ironing it every day.
I broke down in a puddle of tears, my cries were so loud that my parents rushed to the bathroom to see what had happened but I couldn't even get the words out.
How was I supposed to go to school the next day without any hair? I tried to convince my parents to let me stay home from school, and when that didn't work, I spent the entire morning the next day at school crying in my guidance counselor's office.