It tells how society has made standards so hard to obtain and even harder when something you are not in control of happens to you and you lose something (like your hair) and suddenly are conceived as completely different. It also shows how perseverance and self-worth can pull you through and help you achieve that normalcy and success we all strive for.
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My overall impression
A brave storyteller showing the audience what it was like to transition from a society standard “normal” girl to one that loses something that makes society accept women: her hair. It was quirky, funny, imaginative, sad, uplifting, and so many other things.