How Bad Straight Hair Gets Made: From Blonde to Red Hair

I’m an expert on hair, but how did a blond who grew up in Los Angeles become a red-haired woman?

She has a story of her own, as the daughter of an old-time drag queen who went by the stage name of Miss Glam.

This is the first in a series of new episodes, which we’re premiering today.

She’s a pretty incredible story of resilience and self-discovery, and I’m proud to be sharing it with you today.

Her story was recently shared on the cover of Vogue, and she tells us how she grew up to become a drag queen and a fashion designer.

But you might also be wondering: Is that really what she was?

She says yes.

She was just born a drag, and then she went from being a drag to a blonde, a redhead.

Her mom had been a drag performer, and her dad had been in a band called the Blondes, which were drag shows that featured drag queens.

So she grew into this drag star who became famous as a model and actress, and that’s when she started having sex with other men.

It was very shocking to me.

But she did it because she wanted to be a part of a culture that supported women and empowered them to do what they wanted.

I grew up very much in a world where being a woman meant you had to do this.

I was always told that I had to conform.

I had a hard time finding my voice, which is why I always looked to others for guidance.

It’s very rare to have someone who is so different, and so different in so many ways, to be able to find a voice that you can feel comfortable with and be able be yourself.

I guess I was just a lot like that.

I’m a little more comfortable with myself now, which I guess makes me a little less scared of what people might say.

I always felt that way, too.

I used to think that my voice was kind of a dirty word, and if I ever did say anything that made people uncomfortable, I was punished, because I was a girl.

I would feel that way in every situation.

I think people were like, “What do you think you’re doing?

That’s so strange.

You’re a girl, you’re a woman.”

But I think my story made me realize that it was OK to be who I was.

When I had my surgery, I felt like I had no control over how I looked.

It made me feel like it was my choice, and it made me more confident in myself.

I felt comfortable with who I am.

And I think that’s what made me a good, great drag queen, and why I do what I do.

So, I hope you enjoy this episode of RuPaul’s Drag Race.

Thank you to our wonderful cast and crew.