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The Unperminent Hair Dye Rule

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Poor Persuasive Essay

This middle school essay focuses on a school rule.

Title: The Unperminent Hair Dye Rule

Level: Grade 6, Grade 7, Grade 8

Mode: Persuasive Writing

Form: Persuasive Essay

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The Unperminent Hair Dye Rule

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The Unperminent Hair Dye Rule

Students, at West Middle School, should be able to come to school with their hair dyed unperminent, and do not have to wash it out. Yes, it is flaimable but what are the chances your hair is going to start on fire that day?

I say using koolaid for your hair, or spray-in color, can be useful. Like, for instance, you could use it for a costume. Or you could use a color for a day and se how your classmates like it. Sure people say isit is a destraction. Though if that is a destraction, then wouldn’t dyeing you hair permanent be just as destracting. Or coming back to class with a wet head be destracting.

So what I think, and I am sure you do too, is that students should be able to come to school, with an unperminent color in their hair, and do not have to wash it out.

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