U.S. Surgeon General: It's OK to have a bad hair day: US Surgeon General speaks at Atlanta hair stylists' trade
What's the answer? Benjamin wants women to choose exercise over beautiful hair and not let their hair become an obstacle to working out. As someone whose hair routine contists of a brush and ponytail holder, I think I'm on the right track. But I can see where this would be an issue for women who might consider sneaking exercise into their daily routine if it weren't for the fact that it would take them hours to get their hair just-so. Then again, it's likely that the same women who spend a lot of time and money on their hair, also spend a lot of time and money on makeup and skin treatments that could also be affected by exercise.