Paige Spiranac, the well-known golf personality and social media influencer, took to her platforms to share a candid reflection on the curious intricacies of online communication and perception.
Spiranac’s post centered around a seemingly simple request regarding her appearance. She mentioned how people often say that men don’t notice the little details, and in this case, it proved to be somewhat true. She posted a photo that read, “cut my hair,” intending to share her recent haircut with her followers.
However, the response she received was quite different from what she expected. Instead of acknowledging her new haircut, many of her followers misinterpreted, believing she was seeking their opinion on whether or not she should cut her hair. The flood of responses in her DMs was overwhelmingly against the idea of a haircut, with followers praising her current look.
In her post, Spiranac humorously noted that despite her intention to showcase her haircut, her followers’ reactions indicated that they might not have a clear picture of what her hair looked like before.
Furthermore, Spiranac acknowledged that the online world can be selective in what it chooses to highlight. She mused that, despite her active presence on social media, many of her followers might not even know what her face looks like or the color of her eyes. This revelation prompted a humorous realization for the influencer about the nature of her social media persona.