Harriet Harrison wears a snood all day, on account of her localized hypertrichosis. Each night she buzzes her locks away. The next morning she pops on her snood on her way out the door and proceeds through her day, puffing up the snood as the minutes tick by. Harriet donates her hair at the Classy Clips Salon on Saturday mornings. Though it’s a habit now, it still feels weird to her. Why on earth would anyone want all this extra hair, she wonders. If I could be bald and stay bald, I’d be thrilled.