Short hair. Long Hair. Crazy Hair. Styled Hair. No hair. Christian Brothers has it all. Have you ever sat in the back of class, looked at other people and thought, “They have some great hair. What do they do with it?” Some students and teachers will put more effort into their hair then others, but other […]
Short hair. Long Hair. Crazy Hair. Styled Hair. No hair. Christian Brothers has it all.
Have you ever sat in the back of class, looked at other people and thought, “They have some great hair. What do they do with it?”
Some students and teachers will put more effort into their hair then others, but other students do absolutely nothing to their hair when they wake up in the morning.
“I don’t do anything with my hair, I get up and I wet it and then it just looks good,” says Spanish teacher Ms. Tracy Chadbourne. “It honestly takes about five minutes.”
“Surprisingly it doesn’t take very long because I never brush it,” says senior Christy Marks (’16) who also has very unique hair. “If I do brush it it, will turn into a literal afro, so instead I just put some product into it.
Quickly getting hair done in the morning makes the rest of the morning a breeze.
“My hair is wild and unruly like I am,” the Curly Haired Spanish Teacher added.
It’s important to have your hair reflect the person you are and to not be afraid to experiment and try something new that relates to you.
“It’s about [doing] what you do and trying something new,” says ASB President Katelyn Bates (’16). “Everyone has their own unique type of hair and must adapt to what their hair brings”
There are often points where people will get frustrated with their hair for many reasons like, like not knowing what to do with it or dealing with the transition from old hair to new hair. But after awhile they will come to find what truly fits them.
“My hair used to be pin straight, and when it started going wavy, I didn’t know how to deal with it and it frustrated for me,” Katelyn says. “I realized for me that short is not a good idea just because it is so thick, but it’s been fun growing, learning and trying different things.”
“I used to hate my hair and straighten it everyday which quickly became a lot of work. But after awhile, I noticed how unique it was and I just decided to embrace the ‘lion mane’,” Christy added with a bright smile. “My hair is so crazy and unique and I can’t change it so why not love it.”
Even around the CB campus other students love their classmates and teacher’s hair. Brayden Pond (’16) describes Ms. Chadbourne’s hair as “majestic and beautiful”, and Maria Paula Linares (’16) added the word voluminous.
Mary Hynes (’16) says that Christy’s hair resembles curly fries, while Anna Sorensen (’16) says it is quite “poofy”.
At Christian Brothers, everyone has unique and different hairstyles, often times they reflect off the persons personality. It is a very important piece that makes us humans.