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    I have really long hair (at least 20 inches) and I've hated it for at least five years (I'm fourteen). I told my mum I wanted to get it cut, and she just laughed in my face. What do I do?
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    (Original post by Tasty Apple)
    I have really long hair (at least 20 inches) and I've hated it for at least five years (I'm fourteen). I told my mum I wanted to get it cut, and she just laughed in my face. What do I do?
    Don't cut it yourself.
    Best thing to do is to go to your mums parents or your dad and either get them to take you or make your mother, if that won't work then nit much you can do.
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    Can you not go to a hairdresser's and get it cut yourself? It is your hair.
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    get plaits (if it works you will look awesome)
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    Stop washing and combing your hair. After a while I'm sure your mum would let you cut it.
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    if you have spare cash just go and get it cut, nothing stopping you. couple years ago I wanted to cut my hair against my mum's wishes, yeah she was shocked a bit when she saw me but she got over it. I grew it out again anyway lol
 
 
 
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