With college aged students at school would you been shunned if you like to wear crazy wigs?

Question by Kitty Kat: With college aged students at school would you been shunned if you like to wear crazy wigs?
Like blue bobs, or rainbow? You change with mood and outfit, like an accessory. Certain days they have just regular hair too. Mind that said person is in theatre and this is an American school.

Best answer:

Answer by Tseruyah
Well, if that’s what floats their boat, who are we to judge? They aren’t hurting anyone. It just sounds like they have a need for attention. There are lots of worse ways to get attention.

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One thought on “With college aged students at school would you been shunned if you like to wear crazy wigs?

  1. phantom_of_valkyrie

    Not at all. In fact there was this tall lanky black guy Matt from Alaska at my college. He was known as Matt with the Hat b/c his freshman year he wore a hat with a feather sticking out of it. Later on when I met him (he was older than me) he always had funky hair–different colors, rainbow,etc–and with his afro you know that was incredibly hard to get done.

    He was one of the most popular guys at the whole school. Being funky doesn’t make you shunned in college. More than likely what this person is doing is assuming they are being shunned for the wig when really it is her personality that offends people and the fact that she is expecting everyone to be judging her for her hair.

    In college it’s actually rather normal for people to put streaks in their hair. Maybe not at Ivy League schools but in my state, most college kids I know have done it. Manic Panic is in business for this and most guys I know have the ends professionally bleached so they can Manic a different color every day easier.

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