This has nothing to do with the hairdresser and you know that very well; it is the wrong message the Asian writers/Directors are putting into our young girl’s mind/head.
You don’t need to excuse yourself for not being all perfect during this time bc number one: you are not in a drama, in front of millions (mostly young girls)/ viewers. We are facing a crisis where we have a mask and a lockdown that we rarely see people: it doesn’t hurt anyone for you to wear a hat/ headband wear no make-up etc…etc.
Number two: I am not shaming the actress for the way her hair looks, but I am shaming the actress for playing these roles that can create such a fantasy world that will never come true for these millions? of young girls watching this double edge sword message in the dramas. In the long run, these poor girls full of many complex (with their looks) will/can end up severely depressed, and in many cases evensuicidal!
Yes, in my opinion, it can go that far in many cases bc it is worldwide that these young girls are watching these same stories over and over again. The worse part is, that we have now Chinese/ Taiwanese/dramas with this same pattern of the (Cinderella) story Rich Man/Poor girl love story. How many have you seen in real life? In dramas, I’ve seen plenty: in all my life? Not once I have seen this rich guy/poor girl love story happening (at least until now at my 60’s).
Why can’t they make more Doom at your service love story? You noticed how we haven’t been able to find another one like it so far? lol. I’m definitely not giving viewership to this type of story, no matter how much I like the actor/actress in it (although it won’t stop them from writing them I just don’t want to be part of that).