References in classic literature ?
The girls in books lose their hair in fevers or sell it to get money for some good deed, and I'm sure I wouldn't mind losing my hair in some such fashion half so much.
Marilla had done her work thoroughly and it had been necessary to shingle the hair as closely as possible.
Very likely if we ask him politely to let us pull three hairs out of the tip of his tail he won't hurt us.
I--I want three hairs from the tip of your tail," said Ojo, with some hesitation.
Maybe the hairs of my head were numbered," she went on with sudden serious sweetness, "but nobody could ever count my love for you.
I warned her not to put her hair in curls but she wouldn't listen to me.
That ninny of a Sara Ray brought up a bottle of mucilage instead of Judy's curling-fluid, and Cecily put her hair up with THAT.
You wouldn't be glad for black hair nor anything else--if you had to lie here all day as I do
Then he went into the field, and hid himself in a bush by the meadow's side; and he soon saw with his own eyes how they drove the flock of geese; and how, after a little time, she let down her hair that glittered in the sun.
that golden tress was charmed; each hair had in it a spell of terror and remorse for thee, and was used by a mightier power to bind thy cruel hands from inflicting uttermost evil on the helpless!
When her hair was done, Natasha, in her short petticoat from under which her dancing shoes showed, and in her mother's dressing jacket, ran up to Sonya, scrutinized her, and then ran to her mother.
I wish I'd let my hair alone," cried Meg petulantly.