The other day, I finally got my hair dyed, so I went from this:
This leaves me more ready for Mr. Bean’s Christmas party this weekend – or at least now my mum will stop bugging me about getting it re-dyed.
Now onto one of the great mysteries of the world: why is pigmentless white hair called grey hair?
I got my hair cut today – just in time for a wedding this weekend. What do you think?
Last night, I did something that I’ve never done before: I got my hair dyed! I debated doing it myself, but I didn’t want my hair to turn into a lovely green colour by my own account. Plus, I wasn’t very certain about my colour matching skills. I also got it cut, for it was desperately needing it.
Before I show you pictures, I am going to give you a bit of a story about my hair. I started getting white hair when I was 14 years old. Since I really liked (and still like) my natural hair colour, I wanted to put off dyeing it for as long as possible. However, with the advent of certain events, I wanted to feel better about myself and my hair.
The Grey Hair:
I do think it’s really cute, but the bangs are a bit too short (thank goodness hair grows!)
What do you think?