Anne-Marie Miller's sister suggested that she could talk about her life in twenty hairstyles, and enjoyed selecting some embarrassing examples for her. In fact, Anne-Marie had to whittle it down to get to twenty. Each look can be linked to a phase in her life, and how she was feeling at the time.
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