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1st May '16 2:36:19 AM Morgenthaler
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* In ''[[Disney/TheLittleMermaid The Little Mermaid II: Return to the Sea]]'', 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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* In ''[[Disney/TheLittleMermaid The Little Mermaid II: Return to the Sea]]'', ''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.
14th Apr '16 11:40:04 AM roxana
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* [[Literature/{{Discworld}} Granny Weatherwax]] takes out the pins securing her long silver hair in a tight bun and shakes it out, underlining her [[qualifications VirginPower]] before taking on a unicorn.

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* [[Literature/{{Discworld}} Granny Weatherwax]] takes out the pins securing her long silver hair in a tight bun and shakes it out, underlining her [[qualifications VirginPower]] [[VirginPower qualifications]] before taking on a unicorn.
14th Apr '16 11:39:19 AM roxana
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* [[Literature/{{Discworld}} Granny Weatherwax]] takes out the pins securing her long silver hair in a tight bun and shakes it out, underlining her 'maidenhood' before taking on a unicorn.

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* [[Literature/{{Discworld}} Granny Weatherwax]] takes out the pins securing her long silver hair in a tight bun and shakes it out, underlining her 'maidenhood' [[qualifications VirginPower]] before taking on a unicorn.
14th Apr '16 11:38:25 AM roxana
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* [[Literature/{{Discworld}} Granny Weatherwax takes out the pins securing her long silver hair in a tight bun and shakes it out before taking on a unicorn.

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* [[Literature/{{Discworld}} Granny Weatherwax Weatherwax]] takes out the pins securing her long silver hair in a tight bun and shakes it out out, underlining her 'maidenhood' before taking on a unicorn.
14th Apr '16 11:37:20 AM roxana
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* [[Literature/{{Discworld}} Granny Weatherwax takes out the pins securing her long silver hair in a tight bun and shakes it out before taking on a unicorn.
1st Apr '16 9:32:18 AM JackG
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* ''Series/DoctorWho''. Amy Pond does this to show the Doctor she's not a policewoman, just a gorgeous redhead in a kissogram outfit.
29th Mar '16 10:56:55 AM Morgenthaler
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* Gen takes the IcePrincess, Casey, to a party without telling her where they were going. Gen tells her that it's okay that she's not dressed for a party as long as she shakes the hair loose.

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* Gen takes the IcePrincess, ''Film/IcePrincess'', Casey, to a party without telling her where they were going. Gen tells her that it's okay that she's not dressed for a party as long as she shakes the hair loose.
7th Mar '16 4:57:13 AM pinkdalek
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* Zack first sees [[TheNotLoveInterest Cloud's]] face in ''VideoGame/CrisisCore'' in a shot of him taking off his helmet and shaking out his [[MemeticHair iconic]] hairstyle. Since his hair isn't long and flowing but a hilarious, exaggerated AnimeHair 'do, the effect isn't exactly romantic.
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14th Dec '15 5:31:46 PM frdelrosario
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* Cheers got Frasier and Lilith together with this trope. Diane asked Sam, then Dr. Sternin, for something to unstick the refrigerator door like a hairpin. "Don't you see what these two people who are such geniuses at romance - are trying to do is to get you to take your hair down thinking that it will stimulate me like some Pavlovian dog. So why don't you just oblige them get this silliness over with so we can get on with our lives," says Dr. Crane. Lilith unpins the tightest hairbun in professional psychology. "You mean like this?" Beat. "Precisely."
23rd Aug '15 11:20:49 AM zodiacphenom
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