– Do you like my hair? – No.
– [Blonde Female] Why? – It's like a weird, dumb hair.
(upbeat rock music) – I have never, ever, ever had hair shorter than my shoulders.
– I just want shorthair that's super easy.
Something that, if Icut my hair like this, I can just go like this,and this, and then like that and then I'll be done.
– I've always been slightlyself-conscious that I have a round face.
So, I've been afraid that shor hair will make me look really young.
– If I could pull it off, I would love it.
(upbeat rock music) – Oh, wow.
Oh, wow! – Oh my God.
This is amazing.
– Oh my God.
– I feel like I kind of look like my mom.
– I don't look like my mom.
– I thought I would feela little bit more boyish, but I feel more womanly.
– I'm cute.
– This looks great.
I'm very ready for this week.
We're here to see how my co-workers react for the first time to this.
– You look so good.
– Wait was is this? People get made over into Kardashians.
– [Voiceover] Are you thinkingabout having kids next? – [Candace] Should Icut my hair this short? – No.
– Hey you guys.
Do you like my new look? – I didn't even notice.
– Oh my God, Caitlin.
Where's your hair? (bleeping) – I wanna say like a grandma.
– I have had a lot of peopletell me I look like a mom.
Now, I can see by bedheadand it's way chiller.
– I felt this weird needto wear more makeup to maintain my femininity.
– Nobody seems to think that this might be out of character for me.
Apparently it's like oh yeah, she would totally do something like that.
– Hi, mom.
– Did you put the wig on? – No, it's my hair.
– You're such a liar.
– Do you like it? – I've, I like the long better.
– There is a certainelement of get up and go, but I also had to play with my bangs for a while.
– I took my wig off, okay.
– I'm about to take hip-hop class.
(hip-hop music) – So, sweaty right not.
– [Girl in Black] I don't know how.
– Yeah, I don't know how it stayed on.
– Why is being a mom a bad thing? And, why do people freakout about that so much? – I'll put it back on.
I look like a Beatle.
– I'm getting a little tired of it.
You want what you can't have and then you kind of miss what you did have.
– I got the stomach virus last night.
I left my wig at the office.
I can't do it, it's not for me.
– That little girl back there said, "Are you a boy or a girl?" – I know I said this morningthat I missed my long hair, but I do think a part of mewould miss this short hair to be honest.
– People were either you look like my mom, or they said that Ilook very authoritative.
– I've always been kind of an old soul, so the fact that people were telling me that this made me look a little bit older, I just, kind of like, yeah.
– I was expecting tofeel this masculinity, but I could also feel really feminine.
– The second they found out it was a wig, suddenly they would express how much they really didn't like it.
– My boyfriend hated it.
– I could totally see cuttingit all off at some point.
– I don't think I'm gonna cut my hair because I also think it's really fun to do stuff with long hair.
– I don't think I could do it.
At least I know now when I get older I could kinda pull off short hair.
– I feel like I'm a more confident person an just that I could rockwhatever I want to rock and it doesn't really matter.
And, it doesn't really affect who I am.
– I just woke up inthe middle of the night and saw my wig andthought it was a person.