Harriette Cole: Her hair is so bad, and she’s pretending it’s real

DEAR HARRIETTE: My friend got a hair weave, and it looks a hot mess.

Seriously, the hair is a terrible texture that looks fake, and the look is completely unrealistic. The hair goes halfway down her back. Last month, she was sporting a closely cropped natural.

It might be fine if she acted like it’s a wig, but she is pretending like the look is normal, like the hair just grew straight out of her head.

I’m not sure how I should react to her. The weave is so obvious. If she just admitted she was having fun and playing with hair, it might be easier to accept. Right now, it just seems like a bad idea.

Can I say something to her?

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DEAR BAD HAIR: What difference does it really make if she is having a bad hair moment? Unless it is affecting her livelihood in some way, just let her be.

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If she asks you what you think of her hair, whatever state it may be in, that’s when you can ask her about her hair concept, why she’s changing so dramatically from moment to moment and where she’s headed next. You can also tell her the truth — from your perspective. If you don’t like it, tactfully say why.

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But remember that it’s her hair, and she has the right to do whatever she wants with it.

DEAR HARRIETTE: My friend recently told me that she has a girlfriend. A few months ago, she was dating a guy. I don’t really care, but it is confusing for me to keep up with her romantic life, and she really wants me to.

I told her that I don’t care who she dates as long as she is happy. What I’m having a problem with is getting her to believe that I am telling the truth.

I think she doesn’t believe me because her family is really judgmental. They got mad when they learned that she was dating a girl from our school, and they were equally elated back when she started dating a guy. Never mind that the girl was …read more

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