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Prompted By Pandemic - Pandemonium or Panacea?
Back in the annals of hair history (say, the fifties and sixties), showing dark roots was considered tacky, slovenly. It went hand-in-hand with wearing matted, fuzzy slippers to the grocery store, a cigarette bobbing between lips smeared a garish orangey-pink. Then, that same look became an actual, sought-after hair style, sexy and young – the reverse ombré (well, minus the slippers and bobbing cig). Now, with the closure of hair salons due to the need for social distancing, a new take on the reverse ombré is having its day. Rather than dark roots on light, it’s light roots topping any shade under the sun. Read More
Prompted By Leap Day
Leap Day 2020 by Dorothy Rice Yesterday, February 28, was my anniversary. I suppose “our anniversary,” would be the better way to say it, but it’s kind of like when I’m asked how many children we have, and I respond, “I have three, and he has three,” even though together we have five kids, not… Read More
Prompted By Potpourri (Writer's Choice)
"When Anastacia was six, a first grader at Ulloa Elementary, she watched a movie that forever shifted her worldview." Read More