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Disney Princesses Started the Trend — Long Hair is Always In

Beauty and power begin with the hairstyle

Me (middle) with daughters, Kat (left) Kari (right). Image from author’s photo album.

Most little girls want to be Disney princess when they are little. I was no exception. Born in the 60s, my indoctrination taught me to believe that beauty came in the form of women with long hair. Young female royalty always got the handsome prince and lived happily ever after. So, of course…

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Brenda Mahler

Brenda Mahler

Real life person sharing real life stories. Writing about travel, dogs, and healthy lifestyles.

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