100 Happy Days Challenge: Day 99

It’s all about the hair

I have this obsession with hair colour.  For a number of years, I have played with red in my naturally black hair; I’ve done highlights, to chunks, to full on red.  I toyed with purple one Christmas but that faded out after one week.  So, because Pinterest made me think about purple hair again, I tried it again a little over a month ago.  And it faded out again.  So this is try number 3: a reddish purple this time that my hair stylist and I hope will have more lasting power.

July 8, 2014
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2 Responses to “100 Happy Days Challenge: Day 99”

  1. 2014/07/10 at 8:45 am

    I like playing with hair color too, I’ve had pink chunks and all sorts of wild looks. I really like Henna plant dye at the moment because it keeps its robust red. The downside is it does take six hours on my hair to develop. So I pretty much have to have some free time. ;-P Your hair looks awesome :D!!

    • 2014/07/10 at 11:37 pm

      I love your hair colour Paula! I wish I could try henna dye but I have to have my hair bleached before the colour can go in. I’m told that makes the henna unpredictable.

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