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12th Aug '17 8:21:23 AM PistolsAtDawn
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* ''Webcomic/GunnerkriggCourt'': Kat starts wearing a hair bow in her short hair to look more feminine when rumors start that she is a lesbian. She stops wearing it when [[spoiler: she realizes she is a lesbian]].

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* ''Webcomic/GunnerkriggCourt'': Kat starts wearing a hair bow in her short hair to look more feminine when rumors start that she is a lesbian. She stops wearing it when [[spoiler: she realizes she is a lesbian]].
bisexual]].
12th Aug '17 8:20:02 AM PistolsAtDawn
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* ''Webcomic/GunnerkriggCourt'': Kat starts wearing a hair bow in her short hair to look more feminine when rumors start that she is a lesbian. She stops wearing it when [[spoiler: she realizes she is a lesbian]].
24th Mar '17 7:03:58 AM sorako
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* ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'': Asuka has a pair of "nerve clips" that are part of the UnusualUserInterface for her HumongousMecha, which she uses as barrettes and almost never takes off to symbolise her utter devotion to her career as a pilot. It also, tragically, symbolises how little she has in her life ''except'' piloting.


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* ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'': Asuka has a pair of "nerve clips" that are part of the UnusualUserInterface for her HumongousMecha, which she uses as barrettes and almost never takes off to symbolise her utter devotion to her career as a pilot. It also, tragically, symbolises how little she has in her life ''except'' piloting.
24th Mar '17 7:02:44 AM sorako
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* In ''Manga/CodenameWaSailorV'', Minako starts using a red hairbow when a boy she likes tells her it looks good on her. When the boy turns out to be an enemy and she has to fight him, she decides to keep using the bow anyway because she ''does'' like how it looks on her.

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* In ''Manga/CodenameWaSailorV'', ''Manga/CodenameSailorV'', Minako starts using a red hairbow when a boy she likes tells her it looks good on her. When the boy turns out to be an enemy and she has to fight him, she decides to keep using the bow anyway because she ''does'' like how it looks on her.
24th Mar '17 6:47:31 AM sorako
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* Orihime Inoue from ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'' and her hairpins, which double as {{Tragic Keepsake}}s since they werre a gift of her dead older brother. When she grows some more she uses them as lapel decorations instead.
* ''Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica'':
** In episode 10, Homura [[spoiler:lets down her braids after experiencing Madoka die or turn into a witch one too many times.]]
** In the GrandFinale, [[spoiler:Homura]] is seen using [[spoiler:the recently-ascended-into-goddess-hood Madoka's hair ribbons.]]
** In ''Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagicaTheMovieRebellion'', [[spoiler: Devil Homura wears the same hair ribbons from Madoka, yet tainted.]]
* Once ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' becomes a member of Team 7, he stops wearing his goggles.
** Sakura starts properly using her headband when she decides to give her fullest in her fight with Ino. Who does likewise.
* In ''Manga/OnePiece'', all of the Straw Hat Pirates except Luffy have different outfits when they reunite after two years of separation. Among the changes related to the tops of their heads: Usopp loses his sniping goggles and replaces his hat with a clean white one; Franky shaves his pompadour into a buzz cut, though he can regenerate the pompadour at any time; Chopper now wears a thick baseball cap instead of a top hat; and Sanji's hair, which once covered his left eye, now covers his right eye instead.
* In ''Anime/SpiritedAway,'' Zeniba has Chihiro's companions make a new hair tie for her, replacing her previous one. It's still in her hair when she returns with her parents to the normal world, proving that the experience was not AllJustADream.

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* Orihime Inoue from ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'' and her hairpins, which double as {{Tragic Keepsake}}s since they werre a gift of her dead older brother. When she grows some more she uses them as lapel decorations instead.
* ''Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica'':
**
In episode 10, Homura [[spoiler:lets down her braids after experiencing Madoka die or turn into a witch one too many times.]]
** In the GrandFinale, [[spoiler:Homura]] is seen using [[spoiler:the recently-ascended-into-goddess-hood Madoka's hair ribbons.]]
** In ''Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagicaTheMovieRebellion'', [[spoiler: Devil Homura wears the same hair ribbons from Madoka, yet tainted.]]
* Once ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' becomes a member of Team 7, he stops wearing his goggles.
** Sakura
''Manga/CodenameWaSailorV'', Minako starts properly using her headband a red hairbow when a boy she likes tells her it looks good on her. When the boy turns out to be an enemy and she has to fight him, she decides to give her fullest in her fight keep using the bow anyway because she ''does'' like how it looks on her.
* LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya sticks
with Ino. Who does likewise.
* In ''Manga/OnePiece'', all of
the Straw Hat Pirates except Luffy have different outfits when they reunite after two years of separation. Among the changes related to the tops of their heads: Usopp loses his sniping goggles and replaces his hat with a clean white one; Franky shaves his pompadour into a buzz cut, though he can regenerate the pompadour at any time; Chopper now wears a thick baseball cap instead of a top hat; and Sanji's hair, which yellow hair ribbon once covered his left eye, now covers his right eye instead.
* In ''Anime/SpiritedAway,'' Zeniba has Chihiro's companions make a new hair tie for her, replacing her previous one. It's still in her hair when
she returns with her parents to begins the normal world, proving that the experience was not AllJustADream.[=SOS=] Brigade.



* ''LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya'' sticks with the yellow hair ribbon once she begins the [=SOS=] Brigade.
* In ''Audioplay/SaintBeast'', Judas makes a hair tie for Shin to keep his hair out of the way when he plays [[HarpOfFemininity harp]]. It's important because it shows their growing bond and he never goes without it after that.
* Pictured above: The bells that Asuna wears in her hair in ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima'' were given to her by Takamichi when she was a child; it's part of why she later developed a crush on him.
* In ''Manga/{{Orange}}'', Naho gets a hairclip from Kakeru as payback for making him lunch everyday - she treasures it at lot, since she thinks future Naho didn't manage to get it.
* In ''Anime/SenkiZesshouSymphogear'', Chris Yukine initially didn't wear any hair decoration, after her HeelFaceTurn and officially joining the team, she begins to wear reddish frilly scrunchies on her hair tails. They disappear when transformed.



* In ''Manga/CodenameWaSailorV'', Minako starts using a red hairbow when a boy she likes tells her it looks good on her. When the boy turns out to be an enemy and she has to fight him, she decides to keep using the bow anyway because she ''does'' like how it looks on her.

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* In ''Manga/CodenameWaSailorV'', Minako ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'':
** Once Naruto becomes a member of Team 7, he stops wearing his goggles.
** Sakura
starts properly using a red hairbow her headband when a boy she likes tells her it looks good on her. When the boy turns out to be an enemy and she has to fight him, she decides to give her fullest in her fight with Ino. Who does likewise.
* In ''Manga/OnePiece'', all of the Straw Hat Pirates except Luffy have different outfits when they reunite after two years of separation. Among the changes related to the tops of their heads: Usopp loses his sniping goggles and replaces his hat with a clean white one; Franky shaves his pompadour into a buzz cut, though he can regenerate the pompadour at any time; Chopper now wears a thick baseball cap instead of a top hat; and Sanji's hair, which once covered his left eye, now covers his right eye instead.
* In ''Audioplay/SaintBeast'', Judas makes a hair tie for Shin to
keep using his hair out of the bow anyway way when he plays [[HarpOfFemininity harp]]. It's important because it shows their growing bond and he never goes without it after that.
* In ''Anime/SenkiZesshouSymphogear'', Chris Yukine initially didn't wear any hair decoration, after her HeelFaceTurn and officially joining the team,
she ''does'' like how it looks begins to wear reddish frilly scrunchies on her.
her hair tails. They disappear when transformed.
* In ''Anime/SpiritedAway,'' Zeniba has Chihiro's companions make a new hair tie for her, replacing her previous one. It's still in her hair when she returns with her parents to the normal world, proving that the experience was not AllJustADream.



* In chapter 1 of ''Fanfic/NeonGenesisEvangelionGenocide'', Miasto gives Asuka her neural connector hair-clips back as she offers her to be reinstated as a pilot. In chapter 2 she wears them again, but she doesn't know if she's delighted or sad because they remind her of her failures.
-->Asuka leaned heavily against the thin material of her door, looking down at the red neural connectors in her hands.
** She eventually stops wearing them and even throws them into the trash after [[spoiler:she seriously injures Keiko]], which is very indicative of the [[DarkestHour despair and guilt she is feeling at that point]].
* In ''Fanfic/DoingItRightThisTime'', Asuka makes the important decision to ''stop'' wearing her aforementioned neural connectors as barrettes, to symbolise the fact that being an Evangelion pilot isn't ''all'' of who she is anymore. And then a few scenes later she discovers a practical advantage; a long ponytail makes it possible to do a proper HairFlip for emphasis when making a dramatic gesture.

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* In chapter 1 of ''Fanfic/NeonGenesisEvangelionGenocide'', Miasto gives Asuka her neural connector hair-clips back as she offers her to be reinstated as a pilot. In chapter 2 she wears them again, but she doesn't know if she's delighted or sad because they remind her of her failures.
-->Asuka leaned heavily against the thin material of her door, looking down at the red neural connectors in her hands.
** She eventually stops wearing them and even throws them into the trash after [[spoiler:she seriously injures Keiko]], which is very indicative of the [[DarkestHour despair and guilt she is feeling at that point]].
* In ''Fanfic/DoingItRightThisTime'', Asuka makes the important decision to ''stop'' wearing her aforementioned neural connectors as barrettes, to symbolise the fact that being an Evangelion pilot isn't ''all'' of who she is anymore. And then a few scenes later she discovers a practical advantage; a long ponytail makes it possible to do a proper HairFlip for emphasis when making a dramatic gesture.
* In chapter 1 of ''Fanfic/NeonGenesisEvangelionGenocide'', Misato gives Asuka her neural connector hair-clips back as she offers her to be reinstated as a pilot. In chapter 2 she wears them again, but she doesn't know if she's delighted or sad because they remind her of her failures. She eventually stops wearing them and even throws them into the trash after [[spoiler:she seriously injures Keiko]], which is very indicative of the [[DarkestHour despair and guilt she is feeling at that point]].



* Violet of ''WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles'' goes from hair over face to hair in headband.

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* ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'': The Fire Nation ''crown'' is in the form of a hair accessory. It's a spiky gold flame and gets stuck in your topknot. There is also drama surrounding an important antique hairpiece in season three, associated with Iroh's [[TheReveal revelations]] about the family. It's also, obviously, a big deal at [[spoiler:Zuko]]'s coronation. Its many differences from his father's (smaller, red robes, integrated audience, crowned by the Avatar instead of a Fire Sage) are very important, but the crown and the standing up are ritually essential and stay the same.
* Violet of ''WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles'' goes from [[PeekABangs hair over face face]] to hair in headband.



* ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'': The Fire Nation ''crown'' is in the form of a hair accessory. It's a spiky gold flame and gets stuck in your topknot. There is also drama surrounding an important antique hairpiece in season three, associated with Iroh's [[TheReveal revelations]] about the family.
** Flashbacks to Ozai's coronation and to the disastrous Agni Kai that changed Zuko's life, feature focus shots on the 'crown.' In fact, Ozai is carefully undetailed in the trauma memory, so that it's only by the outline of the crown (and Zuko's dialogue) you can tell who it is.
** It's also, obviously, a big deal at Zuko's coronation. Its many differences from his father's (smaller, red robes, integrated audience, crowned by the Avatar instead of a Fire Sage) are very important, but the crown and the standing up are ritually essential and stay the same.
** Hell, for this trope we don't even need the part where he gets crowned. The third-season adoption of a topknot and release of same before going rogue qualify. Go go Prince Ponytail!
*** Zuko's is a story told in hairstyles.

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* ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'': The Fire Nation ''crown'' is in the form of a hair accessory. It's a spiky gold flame and gets stuck in your topknot. There is also drama surrounding an important antique hairpiece in season three, associated with Iroh's [[TheReveal revelations]] about the family.
** Flashbacks to Ozai's coronation and to the disastrous Agni Kai that changed Zuko's life, feature focus shots on the 'crown.' In fact, Ozai is carefully undetailed in the trauma memory, so that it's only by the outline of the crown (and Zuko's dialogue) you can tell who it is.
** It's also, obviously, a big deal at Zuko's coronation. Its many differences from his father's (smaller, red robes, integrated audience, crowned by the Avatar instead of a Fire Sage) are very important, but the crown and the standing up are ritually essential and stay the same.
** Hell, for this trope we don't even need the part where he gets crowned. The third-season adoption of a topknot and release of same before going rogue qualify. Go go Prince Ponytail!
*** Zuko's is a story told in hairstyles.
19th Oct '16 7:29:17 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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** She eventually stops wearing them and even throws them into the trash after [[spoiler:she seriously injures Keiko]], which is very indicative of the [[DarkestHour despair and guilt she is feeling at that point]].
15th Oct '16 8:50:51 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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* In chapter 1 of ''Fanfic/NeonGenesisEvangelionGenocide'', Shinji brings Asuka her neural connector hair-clips. In chapter 2 she wears them again, but she doesn't know if she's delighted or sad because they remind her of her failures.

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* In chapter 1 of ''Fanfic/NeonGenesisEvangelionGenocide'', Shinji brings Miasto gives Asuka her neural connector hair-clips.hair-clips back as she offers her to be reinstated as a pilot. In chapter 2 she wears them again, but she doesn't know if she's delighted or sad because they remind her of her failures.
2nd Sep '16 6:39:00 AM GlitteringFlowers
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* Orihime Inoue from ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'' and her hairpins, which double as {{Tragic Keepsake}}s. When she grows some more she uses them as lapel decorations instead.

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* Orihime Inoue from ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'' and her hairpins, which double as {{Tragic Keepsake}}s.Keepsake}}s since they werre a gift of her dead older brother. When she grows some more she uses them as lapel decorations instead.



* The bells that Asuna wears in her hair in ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima'' were given to her by Takamichi when she was a child; it's part of why she later developed a crush on him.

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* Pictured above: The bells that Asuna wears in her hair in ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima'' were given to her by Takamichi when she was a child; it's part of why she later developed a crush on him.




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* In ''Manga/CodenameWaSailorV'', Minako starts using a red hairbow when a boy she likes tells her it looks good on her. When the boy turns out to be an enemy and she has to fight him, she decides to keep using the bow anyway because she ''does'' like how it looks on her.
7th Jun '16 6:44:13 PM Jake
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* In ''Fanfic/DoingItRightThisTime'', Asuka makes the important decision to ''stop'' wearing her aforementioned neural connectors as barrettes, to symbolise the fact that being an Evangelion pilot isn't ''all'' of who she is anymore. And then a few scenes later she discovers a practical advantage; a long ponytail makes it possible to do a proper HairFlip for emphasis when making a dramatic gesture.
15th May '16 1:59:12 AM Tron80
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* In chapter 1 of ''Fanfic/NeonGenesisEvangelionGenocide'', Shinji brings Asuka her neural connector hair-clips. In chapter 2 she wears them again, but she doesn't know if she's delighted or sad because they remind her of her failures.
-->Asuka leaned heavily against the thin material of her door, looking down at the red neural connectors in her hands.
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