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Makin' Money

For sale: Beautiful, long black hair

Christina Huh Jul 22, 2011
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On this weekend’s Marketplace Money show, reporter Adriene Hill shared with Tess Vigeland all the different parts of yourself that you can sell for money — within the limits of the law, of course.

One of those things you can sell is your hair. Now my hair — as you see on the right in a bun — is everything people wish their hair was: Dark, shiny and flowy. It’s never seen hair dye and it’s been years since a curling iron touched it. And even after a trim (no split ends!), it still hangs low on my back. Being a student working two jobs, I’m always looking for easy ways to make a bit more money. I talked to Adriene about why I’m considering chopping off the long hair I’ve had for more than 20 years and my brief foray into the online hair market. Take a listen:

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