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And if not wearing a hat then beautiful hair is an alternative favoured by the young.

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  1. Hats make a statement. You can make assumptions about people based on the hat they wear. The same is true about hair I suppose. How in the world does a person with straight blonde hair manage to twist it into dreadlocks? It must take forever.

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  2. Love the first one. I had one on my MEMES blog a few posts back that would fit in here well.

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  3. I love all those hair styles. They all seem to have been done with lots of care and attention.

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  4. Aaaah to be young and able to grow hair...... :)

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  5. Hats first, then no hats! Very clever sequence, Joan Elizabeth!

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