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Old 03-24-2004, 02:36 PM   #61
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I've really been toying with the idea lately of going shocking, bombshell blonde...I have always been a brunette, and I like it, but it would be fun to try something really diferrent. Also, I have the skin color for it.
ixney on the forte...completely died/bleach blonde is TOTALLY tacky and cheap looking, especially when your hair gets all dried and roots show. JMO...
I'd make sure it looked natural...I agree with you on tacky bleach-blonde thing...I was more thinking a multi-tonal, highlighted, light blonde...like my mother'* was when she was my age (hers darkened as she got older)...we look very similar, and share skin tone and eye color...she looked fantastic. I'm not sure I'd want to do the upkeep though...I'd have to have the roots done once every two weeks or so. That'* probably why I wouldn't ever do it.
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maybe you could try it out with a wash out first, if you could find it? The problem with blond is because there'* so much peroxide in it, it makes your hair brittle and dry without too much trying! Or maybe go for the chunks? Here we have dying products you can buy in chunks - like highlights but much bigger/thicker. Put them starting at the front...its a pretty good way to figure if it will go with your complexion or not.

I just about roll over in a fit of laughter seeing some of these girls with bleach blonde hair walking around with the darkest eyebrows....hehe....
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Can't cha just feel the love? :P
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I've really been toying with the idea lately of going shocking, bombshell blonde...I have always been a brunette, and I like it, but it would be fun to try something really diferrent. Also, I have the skin color for it.
ixney on the forte...completely died/bleach blonde is TOTALLY tacky and cheap looking, especially when your hair gets all dried and roots show. JMO...
Well, if you want to try it, I'd say go for it-you can always redye and grow out your hair. But I'd have a pro do it if you want to go that light.
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Looks like the BC chicks own THIS thread. Sorry Jim.
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I've really been toying with the idea lately of going shocking, bombshell blonde...I have always been a brunette, and I like it, but it would be fun to try something really diferrent. Also, I have the skin color for it.
ixney on the forte...completely died/bleach blonde is TOTALLY tacky and cheap looking, especially when your hair gets all dried and roots show. JMO...
Well, if you want to try it, I'd say go for it-you can always redye and grow out your hair. But I'd have a pro do it if you want to go that light.
You have to wait a certain amount of time before re-dying it. Plus other colors over top of blonde usually makes other....interesting colors. Just re-dying it over already dyed hair is bound to make it even MORE dry. (nothing to do with hailey but..)As for growing it out...have you seen someone with darker hair growing out blonde? Like half the head is blonde and the other half is dark brown? depending on the severity in color...it ranges from "tacky" to "let me paint your hair for you" gross...
Probably everyone has done it at some point in their lives - like when they were young! Trust me hailey...don't do it...don't do it....don't listen to theeeeeeeeeeeeeeem.....
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just kidding. I don't remember how dark of a brown your hair was. But my suggestion would be to take it in steps or with wash-out first.
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