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Hillary Clinton Shares The Story Of Her Embarrassing High School Haircut

It turns out that even Hillary Clinton endured an awkward stage — or, at the very least, a bad haircut. In an interview with 11-year-old Marley Dias, published by Elle, Clinton revealed that in high school, she asked her mother if she would take her to a beauty parlor after seeing all the girls at her school with bob haircuts. The result was a disaster. “Our neighbor recommended a man who had a small shop behind a grocery store, and he got distracted talking to my mother and hacked off a huge chunk of my hair! I was mortified,” Clinton wrote.
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