The kind you’re born with, the kind you choose, the kind that teach Catholic school
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Loraine Campbell, a survivor of the Summer of Love, now lives in Seattle, Washington, and is in search of a publisher for her book Tales from the Borderline.
Jayne, my hairdresser, has just had her eyebrows tattooed. Two black scabs arch across her forehead. “I don’t dare frown,” she says, “or they might bleed. But, oh, when the scabs fall off, my eyebrows will be deep gold, to match my new hair. And even when I go swimming, I won’t lose my face.”