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27th Nov '16 7:47:52 PM Malady
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* ''Literature/WhateleyUniverse'': {{Discussed}} in [[http://whateleyacademy.net/index.php/original-timeline/372-the-big-idea The Big Idea]] with Delta Spike:
--> Harlan had a brief flash of déjà vu, looking at Delta Spike. Then he realized that she was the picture of a Hollywood ‘Girl Scientist’, the one who’s supposed to be a drab little geek, but you know that the second that she takes off her glasses and '''lets her hair down''', she’s absolutely gorgeous. Delta Spike had long glossy black hair that was tied up in a style that really didn’t suit her. She wore a pair of thick clunky-looking black frame glasses that couldn’t have done a better job of disguising her classic features if she’d designed them for just that task. Still, she smiled prettily enough.
27th Nov '16 5:19:42 PM nombretomado
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* Inverted in ''CloudyWithAChanceOfMeatballs'', where Sam puts her hair *up* and her glasses *on* when she loosens up.

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* Inverted in ''CloudyWithAChanceOfMeatballs'', ''WesternAnimation/CloudyWithAChanceOfMeatballs'', where Sam puts her hair *up* and her glasses *on* when she loosens up.
27th Nov '16 12:41:54 AM Morgenthaler
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* In ''The Rainmaker'', it takes a ConMan to convince Lizzie that she's beautiful with the pins taken out of her hair. (Her joyful exclamation of "is it really me?" became the title of one of the songs in the musical adaptation, ,''110 In The Shade''.)

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* In ''The Rainmaker'', ''Theatre/TheRainmaker'', it takes a ConMan to convince Lizzie that she's beautiful with the pins taken out of her hair. (Her joyful exclamation of "is it really me?" became the title of one of the songs in the musical adaptation, ,''110 In The Shade''.)



* Magda in ''TanzDerVampire''. Human!Magda has a skinny red braid. Vampire!Magda has voluminous, cascading red tresses.

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* Magda in ''TanzDerVampire''.''Theatre/TanzDerVampire''. Human!Magda has a skinny red braid. Vampire!Magda has voluminous, cascading red tresses.



* Chris Lightfellow from ''SuikodenIII'' dons a casual outfit for her 3rd chapter. Her character portrait for that segment of the game even looks a good deal more relaxed than the scowl she usually settles with.

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* Chris Lightfellow from ''SuikodenIII'' ''VideoGame/SuikodenIII'' dons a casual outfit for her 3rd chapter. Her character portrait for that segment of the game even looks a good deal more relaxed than the scowl she usually settles with.
23rd Nov '16 1:07:25 AM Morgenthaler
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* Tavatiana, of ''GeneCatlow'', inadvertantly does this by [[http://www.genecatlow.com/comics/20010420.gif dunking the back of her head]] [[http://www.genecatlow.com/comics/20010423.gif into a fountain.]] She doesn't realize it, however, [[http://www.genecatlow.com/comics/20010511.gif until she gets back.]] But then, she does ask Cotton if she should leave it like that...

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* Tavatiana, of ''GeneCatlow'', ''Webcomic/GeneCatlow'', inadvertantly does this by [[http://www.genecatlow.com/comics/20010420.gif dunking the back of her head]] [[http://www.genecatlow.com/comics/20010423.gif into a fountain.]] She doesn't realize it, however, [[http://www.genecatlow.com/comics/20010511.gif until she gets back.]] But then, she does ask Cotton if she should leave it like that...



* In one ''LeastICouldDo'' storyline, Rayne pursues a woman simply because she wears glasses and he wants to complete a mental "Sex Bingo" card. Issa demonstrates how pathetic Rayne is by getting the woman to [[http://leasticoulddo.com/comic/20040122 do this]], completely infatuating him. After beating up his friend Mick to try and impress her, Mick is upset...[[http://leasticoulddo.com/comic/20040130 until she does it again]].

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* In one ''LeastICouldDo'' ''Webcomic/LeastICouldDo'' storyline, Rayne pursues a woman simply because she wears glasses and he wants to complete a mental "Sex Bingo" card. Issa demonstrates how pathetic Rayne is by getting the woman to [[http://leasticoulddo.com/comic/20040122 do this]], completely infatuating him. After beating up his friend Mick to try and impress her, Mick is upset...[[http://leasticoulddo.com/comic/20040130 until she does it again]].
18th Nov '16 5:51:14 PM Gamermaster
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* Variation after the events of ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaStrikerS'', which has Teana losing her {{Tsundere}} [[GirlishPigtails twin-tails]] after she had matured into a highly competent and reliable leader.

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* Variation after the events of ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaStrikerS'', ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaStrikers'', which has Teana losing her {{Tsundere}} [[GirlishPigtails twin-tails]] after she had matured into a highly competent and reliable leader.
18th Nov '16 2:18:43 PM ChaoticNovelist
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* ''[[Anime/AfterWarGundamX Gundam X]]'''s Tiffa Addil has a ponytailed HimeCut, but [[spoiler: when BarrierMaiden Lucille Lilliant [[GrandTheftMe "borrows" her body]] to ask for help from Jamil, Tiffa's adoptive father as well as her former pupil]], she lets it loose.

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* ''[[Anime/AfterWarGundamX Gundam X]]'''s Tiffa Addil has a ponytailed HimeCut, ponytail but [[spoiler: when BarrierMaiden Lucille Lilliant [[GrandTheftMe "borrows" her body]] to ask for help from Jamil, Tiffa's adoptive father as well as her former pupil]], she lets it loose.
28th Oct '16 6:21:11 PM fearlessnikki
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* Inverted in ''Film/IntoTheWoods''. The Witch has her hair down in hag form. [[spoiler:When she becomes beautiful again]] her hair is tied back.

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* Inverted in ''Film/IntoTheWoods''. The Witch has her hair down in hag form. [[spoiler:When she becomes beautiful again]] her hair is tied back. Also inverted with Cinderella, who wears her hair down as a scullery maid, and up when she's in her ballgown.


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* Similarly used in ''{{Literature/Divergent}}'' with Tris's hair. While going through the Dauntless TrainingFromHell, it's usually tied back in a ponytail. During intimate moments with Four, her hair is usually down. [[spoiler: When she confesses that she's a Divergent]] her hair is down.


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* Another case of being done the other way around in ''Film/BlackNarcissus''. As a nun, Sister Clodagh of course has her hair up in a wimple. In her HappyFlashbacks to her pre-convent life in Ireland, it's no coincidence that her hair is down.
* ''Film/TheLegendOfBillieJean'' shows Putter with her hair down after she gets her first period. It's been tied up in GirlishPigtails for the majority of the film.
17th Oct '16 8:58:51 AM fearlessnikki
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Princess Jasmine Has Only Her Hair Down Once in The First Disney Aladdin Film 2 Episodes in the Series.
1 Eye of the Beholder
2 Raiders of the Lost Shark
Till Aladdin and the King Of Thieves.
* Other Disney examples include:
** Disney/{{Mulan}}, when she finishes singing [[IWantSong "Reflection."]]
** Jane Porter from ''Disney/{{Tarzan}}'', when she starts to abandon her high-class nature in favor of an animal-like lifestyle.
** Belle too, from ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'', after the Beast rescues her from wolves. Also, after the Beast defeats [[https://sphotos-a-ord.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ash4/1001738_10152137696029097_465538097_n.jpg Gaston in battle.]]
** In ''Disney/TheLittleMermaidIIReturnToTheSea'', Ariel wears her hair tied up in a bun whenever she is on dry land, symbolizing how much more stern and strict she is. When Triton transforms her back into a mermaid, her hair comes undone and falls loose freely. After the ordeal is over, Ariel is shown wearing her hair down as a human to reflect her change in character.

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\n* Princess Jasmine Has Only Her Hair Down Once in The First Disney ''{{Disney/Aladdin}}'' is shown with her hair down after the "Whole New World" sequence where she and Aladdin Film 2 Episodes have fallen in love, and she's truly happy for the first time in the Series.
1 Eye of the Beholder
2 Raiders of the Lost Shark
Till Aladdin and the King Of Thieves.
film.
* Other Disney examples include:
** Disney/{{Mulan}}, when she finishes singing [[IWantSong "Reflection."]]
**
Jane Porter from ''Disney/{{Tarzan}}'', when she starts to abandon ''Disney/{{Tarzan}}'' is only seen with her high-class nature in favor hair up at the beginning of an animal-like lifestyle.
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the film. After her friendship with Tarzan starts, it's almost always shown down. This reflects how she's becoming accustomed to the jungle.
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Belle too, from ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'', after the Beast rescues her from wolves. Also, after the Beast defeats [[https://sphotos-a-ord.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ash4/1001738_10152137696029097_465538097_n.jpg Gaston in battle.]]
**
]] In both cases, the hair being down happens at a moment when she's more vulnerable.
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In ''Disney/TheLittleMermaidIIReturnToTheSea'', Ariel wears her hair tied up in a bun whenever she is on dry land, symbolizing how much more stern and strict she is. When Triton transforms her back into a mermaid, her hair comes undone and falls loose freely. After the ordeal is over, Ariel is shown wearing her hair down as a human to reflect her change in character.



%%* Rose in ''Film/{{Titanic 1997}}''.

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%%* * Rose in ''Film/{{Titanic 1997}}''.1997}}'' is first shown with her hair down when she meets Jack - the first time she drops her ProperLady image and allows herself to be vulnerable. Around the time she decides she's going to leave Cal and her rich life behind, her hair is always down.



* Aunt Polly in ''Film/{{Pollyanna}}''.

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* Discussed about Aunt Polly in ''Film/{{Pollyanna}}''.''Film/{{Pollyanna}}''. Her old lover Edmund Chilton remarks that she used to wear her hair down when they were in love. Nowadays as a cold and detached ProperLady she only wears it up. She does let it down for a moment after an argument with Edmund, but actually doesn't do this in the film. Her hair remains up after her CharacterDevelopment.



* ''Literature/TheSecretGarden'': Inverted with Kate Maberly's Mary. She wears her hair down completely when she's in her IceQueen phase. As she defrosts, she is seen with her hair in GirlishPigtails or tied up with ribbons.
* ''Film/TheHungerGames'': Katniss is only shown with her hair down when she is at her most vulnerable.

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* ''Literature/TheSecretGarden'': Inverted with Kate Maberly's Mary.Mary in the 1993 film. She wears her hair down completely when she's in her IceQueen phase. As she defrosts, she is seen with her hair in GirlishPigtails or tied up with ribbons.
* ''Film/TheHungerGames'': Katniss is only shown with her hair down when she is at her most vulnerable. There's some justification to this, since her iconic braid is just how she wears it when she's hunting or in the games.
* Done the other way around in ''Film/AmericanHustle'' with Rosalyn. She and Irving are in the middle of a rocky marriage for the bulk of the film, and she wears her hair up. In their wedding photo - and it's implied they were happier when they got married - her hair is down.
* ''Film/SunshineCleaning'':
** Norah only has her hair down when she's around Lynn, which is when she also starts opening up and connecting with another human being.
** Rose also only wears her hair down while meeting Mac in the motel for their rendezvous. She also wears it down for the baby shower - which is when she realises that she is finally happy with her life.



* In an episode of ''{{Series/Friends}}'', guest star Denise Richards appears as the Gellers' sexy cousin. Every time a man meets her he sees her letting down her long hair and whipping it around sensually to Barry White. This causes problems as one is a cousin, one is married to a cousin and one is a friend of the cousins. Finally, at the end, Phoebe sees her this way and says, "Hey, I'm not related to her."

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* In an episode of ''{{Series/Friends}}'', guest star Denise Richards appears as ''Series/OnceUponATime'' has Maleficent wearing her hair down for the Gellers' sexy cousin. Every first time a man meets when she finally gets to meet her he sees her letting down her long hair and whipping it around sensually to Barry White. This causes problems as one is a cousin, one is married to a cousin and one is a friend of the cousins. Finally, at the end, Phoebe sees her this way and says, "Hey, I'm not related to her."daughter Lily.
28th Sep '16 10:14:20 PM KeenRupicaprine
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Princess Jasmine Has Only Her Hair Down Once in The First Disney Aladdin Film 2 Episodes in the Series.
1 Eye of the Beholder
2 Raiders of the Lost Shark
Till Aladdin and the King Of Thieves.
26th Aug '16 3:24:05 AM MadSpy
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* In an episode of ''{{Series/Friends}}'', guest star Denise Richards appears as the Gellers sexy cousin. Every time a man meets her he sees her letting down her long hair and whipping it around sensually to Barry White. This causes problems as one is a cousin, one is married to a cousin and one is a friend of the cousins. Finally, at the end, Phoebe sees her this way and says, "Hey, I'm not related to her."

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* In an episode of ''{{Series/Friends}}'', guest star Denise Richards appears as the Gellers Gellers' sexy cousin. Every time a man meets her he sees her letting down her long hair and whipping it around sensually to Barry White. This causes problems as one is a cousin, one is married to a cousin and one is a friend of the cousins. Finally, at the end, Phoebe sees her this way and says, "Hey, I'm not related to her."
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