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Tuft love

Thought the fin was a fad? Turns out the fauxhawk is sticking around.

Paul Troisi, a colorist at SalonCapri, shows off his 'do. Paul Troisi, a colorist at SalonCapri, shows off his 'do. (Erik Jacobs for The Boston Globe)
By James Sullivan
Globe Correspondent / July 31, 2008

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According to popular theory, parting your hair on the left reveals a tendency toward logical, left-brain thinking. Parting it on the right suggests a more artistic, intuitive bent. (Full article: 726 words)

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