Over the weekend, Stephanie Plucknette, a full-time nurse and mother of three young children, had an amazingly ridiculous parenting moment that has now gone viral. Plucknette was only away in the other room from her kids for about eight minutes, she told BuzzFeed News. In that time, her kids got a hold of an electric clipper and gave one another haircuts. Plucknette came back to find her oldest, 5-year-old Teddy, running his own barbershop and giving, uh, unique cuts to himself and her other children, 3-year-old Eloise, and Fred, who's 2. He was a little proud at first," she said. Plucknette's raw reaction to her discovery has made a ton of other parents laugh after she shared what had happened with her friends and family on her Instagram stories, and her younger brother then shared it on Twitter.
9 Women on What It Felt Like to Shave Their Heads
When a woman crops her hair, it can send a powerful message | Fashion | The Guardian
Hair loss affects lots of guys, and can have a huge impact on confidence and self-esteem. While there are ways to cut and style hair to create more volume and help to conceal thinning spots or receding hairlines , some men choose to simply take the plunge and shave their heads —like Thomas. After struggling with thinning hair for years, and having tried all kinds of medications and hair systems, Thomas decided enough was enough one day, and shaved his head. His girlfriend Nyree was surprised by his transformation when she got home from work that day, but as she explains in a recent interview with Harry James on the Baldcafe channel, she had partially been expecting it to happen for some time, especially following a once-in-a-lifetime skydiving experience which Thomas was unable to enjoy because he was so worried about his hair system coming off mid-air. But he always sort of said, 'when I'm in my thirties,' or 'when we have children,' things like that. And then that day he messaged me, he was having the worst hair day
Before and After Photos of Men Who Shaved Their Heads in Self-Isolation
Sometimes a hashtag sums it up perfectly. A phrase topped the quartet: "The future is female, and it doesn't have time for styling products. The message is clear. A community of women with buzz cuts and shaved heads is growing under hashtags that embrace the look, uniting people in dismissing societal standards and celebrating those who do what they want. Especially considering the beauty ideals that are pushed on women from birth thanks, shampoo commercials , bald women's blatant refusal to exist for anyone but themselves is groundbreaking.
As someone who recently had a shaved head, I feel conflicted about the phenomenon. Why are all these johnny-come-latelys ripping off my haircut, even if I no longer have it? But on the other hand, having long been an enthusiastic supporter of shaving off your hair, I am vindicated by history.