My ex-hairdresser aunt gave me a haircut a few weeks ago and my mum tried to stop her from cutting the sides of my hair to be over my ears. My mum wants my fringe to be "above eyebrow" height, the school regulation for primary to secondary students (7-16 y/o).
The idea for the subtitle for this blog came from a true story to my hair salon. Shortly after moving into the house, I decided that I shouldn’t neglect my “me time” and allow myself to put off painting for an evening to get a trim.
I tried lightening my hair a shade or too and the box said to keep the dye on for 30 minutes, i left it on for 10 minutes and my hair has turned white with a coppery tinge (im a natural ash blonde)
2) In the shower I make sure to scrub my scalp with my fingertips, massaging the roots especially where my hair gets the greasiest. To prevent overly dry hair I make sure to put shampoo only on my roots, and use small amounts.
Originally, had my hair parted in the middle. I almost never wear my hair that way and asked for more of a side part. I would have never guessed that this sketch (which is really good) could turn out into such a beautiful detailed Mermaid art piece .
Ya'll, I'm about *this close* to chopping off my hair. I'm trying to be as detailed as possible here to get some good advice from you guys, so this post is really LONG, but please please please look it over.
I dyed my roots!!! Lol after my Dad joked me for my dark roots and blonde hair, I finally have done my roots. This was a very needed process. I am the queen of not doing my roots or waiting until it’s about 4 inches.
Okay so firstly, I have naturally dark dark brown hair. Last year, I had dyed it a lighter brown at the salon. It turned out good, but once the roots started showing a lot, I decided to use a dye MADE ENTIRELY OF VEGETABLE EXTRACTS. Its completely natural but also very permanent! I had used a darker shade of brown, but still didnt get me back to my natural hair colour.