I try to let my daughter express herself creativity through her appearance as long as it doesn't go to overboard.But a couple of weeks ago I paid for her hair cut and she loved it. But then last week she spent the night at a friends at let HER cut it.It was pretty choppy but I tried to put on a smile and tell her it was OK. But I told her no more cutting your own hair. I have this feeling she is trying to look just like one of her friends ...who I'm sorry to say looks well a mess. Her friends father allows her to CAKE on make-up.get ANY piercings she wants all over her face and she has cut her own hair so many times she almost has bald spots!(she is also 13) Well my daughter came to me and asked for the scissors last night and I said "no way,you are not cutting your hair again" and she swoar it was to cut something off her back pack. But when I got up this morning and looked in the trash there was a bag FULL of her hair!
Answer by blessedwboysx3 at 2:42 PM on Oct. 6, 2010
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Answer by mompam at 2:43 PM on Oct. 6, 2010
If she messes it up , she'll have no one to blame but her self. Let her learn. Hair is for a lot of people a form of expressing themselves, it's the one thing they have control over. why do you think they shave your head in the military? To strip you of your identity.
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