Have you seen the Sprint commercial where a â€śtypical American familyâ€ť is gathered around the table â€śdiscussingâ€ť how they are going to divvy up their cell phone providerâ€™s â€śsharedâ€ť data plan? Itâ€™s kind of like a mini United Nations where the smaller countries insist they have as much right to an areaâ€™s riches as the larger ones.
After enjoying several days of what I will go out on a limb and label "good hair days," I was hit with a bombshell.
The change came about because of a single factor: Humidity.
For me, humid weather is the kiss of death for my hairdo. It's disheartening. I can set my hair and, at the start of the day, the image in the mirror isn't bad as far as the hair goes.
Thirty minutes after I'm in the atmosphere, I undergo a 180-change. The higher the humidity, the more pronounced the change.