Don’t let your hair define you. Or do…whatever.
NOW I’m 25 and I am more uneasy with a drastic change to my features. I’m more afraid to look foolish. I need to learn how to get back to the attitiude of haha yeah! it’s Orange! Eh well, it’s just hair!
I’ve had a LOT of hair colors in my life….
All over blue that turned into ALL over green while trying to get rid of the blue
Pink in the front
Purple in the front (see my twitter pic)
Ronald McDonald Red
All other shades of red
I had black/brown hair yesterday.
Today I have blondish/reddish hair.
I stripped out the color to reveal a yellowish shade of blonde with bright roots. The worst part about it all is that I’m in public. I couldn’t stay home and complete the transformation from Sultry brunette to Bombshell blonde. I had to go to work and painfully endure the day feeling like a nappy headed step child (appologies if you are in fact a nappy headed step child, it means you need a new hairstylist). Yes, I generally do my hair on my own at home and 98% of the time it’s great! This time, the change was so drastic that I knew I wouldn’t be lucky enough for it to be beautiful on the first treatment. I wish I was able to see myself as beautiful without relying on pretty hair or pretty make up….but that’s just not the case because I am a woman and I’m emotional and I’m self conscious. Deal with it.
Tonight, I will be continuing the attempt to get my hair to a suitable color I can handle….let’s just hope I don’t lose all my hair in the process because I’m pretty sure I would dislike bald more than a blondish/reddish do.
Pictures of the 2nd attempt at BLONDE: