When Joy turns a staid, older woman's hair into an outrageous dance-hall style, Novelette admonishes her staff and allows Starr to try her hand at fixing the 'do, much to Joy's chagrin. Joy and Starr continue to clash, which results in Novelette buying ugly smocks for them to wear at work. Meanwhile, Dre is teased mercilessly by a beautiful girl for wearing 'church shoes'; Novelette finally relents and gives him money for expensive name-brand sneakers. In the mirror story, a light-skinned, bi-racial teen who lies to her high school peers about being black, finally comes to terms with her identity.- Written by Anonymous
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