Since she was younger, her definition of beauty has evolved. When she was five, her curls and twists were treasured as if they were ringlets of gold. Then she turned seven and took a trip to the hair salon so that she could get a hairdo that made her look just like mommy.At the age of 13, she went away to camp and was sent along with braids. Now she’s 15 and interested in making her hair longer than it really is. That’s a typical hair narrative among many teenage girls. Still, when it comes to finding a companion, some boys seem to run away from the idea of artificial hair. “I don’t like weave,” says Dexter Forrester, 17, from Roxbury. “If it’s not taken care of, it looks matted and it’s just too much.” Jakhari Battle, 17, from Dorchester, says weave is just a style for girls without much going on atop their heads. “It’s fake hair,” he says. Others say they are more interested in personality and a pretty face than the look of locks. “I would not care if a girl wears weave as long as they’re a good person,” says Lieyon Canton, 14, from Dorchester. Some boys just feel that if you like someone, something as small as wearing weave should not get in the way.