Because I lose great big hanks of it sometimes, but my hair is quite thick (lol, Persians), so it doesn't make much of a difference. But I'm thinking that if someone with thin hair lost about a fistful in total every time they took a shower, things might not be so peachy.
Oh yeah, and that same day when I was washing my hair, I ran out of shampoo and had to rummage through the closet for a suitable substitute.
The best thing I could find was some kind of color-preserving shampoo my mom used to use that, no doubt, was laced with chemicals.
I guess at least, after using that, I'd have a good reason for why my hair comes out so easily. **shot**
That shampoo made my hair feel gross. I: If I had wanted it to feel unclean after taking the shower, I wouldn't have bothered to wash it in the first place.
But back on the subject of blow-drying: I also have to straighten my hair. Because I've got the nasty mixture of coarse Asian hair and unruly middle-eastern hair.
My hair is naturally wavy, but not even the pretty kind of wavy. Not even when it was long. : When it's not dry, I look like a hobo, no lie.
(And dude, when guys have dark wavy hair, it looks good without having to do anything. In fact, most guys have hair that looks good without doing anything. DB< WHY ARE WOMEN CONSISTENTLY THE BUTT MONKEYS OF THE GENE POOL?)
And once, I straightened my white friend's hair, and it was SO SOFT. WHY. WHY. IT'S NOT FAIR, I TELL YOU. I COULD DUMP A WHOLE BOTTLE OF CONDITIONER ON MY HEAD, AND IT WOULD STILL FEEL LIKE HAY.
AND NOW I'M GOING TO GO OFF AND REALLY BE JAPANESE AND DYE MY HAIR BLOND FOR NO. GOOD. REASON.
P.S. I didn't think I'd actually have to say this, but I'm not REALLY going to dye my hair, guys. IT'S A JOKE, YEAH?