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Jane Lynch Hated Her Permed Hair

Jane Lynch Hated Her Permed Hair

Jane Lynch is featured in the September 12th issue of People Magazine for her new memoir titled Happy Accidents.

Jane shares about her early life growing up in Dolton, Illinois where she was uncomfortable in her own skin and ashamed she was gay.  She told People Magazine "I was different from everyone we knew.  I wanted to fit."

She told People's Oliver Jones that "If I could go back in time and talk to my twenty-year-old self, the first thing I would say (to myself) is:  "Lose the perm."

In light of her memoir where Jane shares how much she wanted to look like the quintessential sixties man, very Mad Men, it must have been torture to spot a permed hairstyle in the mirror.  No man would adopt a permed look without a lot of angst.

A perm is definitely a hair history that haunts many people.  Ellen Degeneres often shows a photo of herself in her younger years wearing a big permed hairstyle.

These days Jane is famous for her short, chic and sassy cropped blonde hairstyle.  It suits her personality perfectly.  I can only imagine how traumatic a perm would be for the Jane who we all know and love on Glee.

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