December 9, 2012 § 10 Comments
The only thing holding me back from going red is the upkeep.
I was reminded of this recently when exchanging blog comments with Meghan from Sweat Daily(dot)com. Meghan is a blonde gone red, a runner and a hair stylist, who was kind enough to give me the low down on making the change.
Here was her advice:
“RED is the most high maintenance of all the colors. The reason why is because the red color molecule is soooo large that it has a difficult time getting into the hair shaft. And because of this, it fades very easily. Fading is thought to be a negative aspect, but it can actually be quite positive. Because the hair fades, you have opportunity to try whatever color you desire, and can easily switch it up. For example, you can start out with a more vibrant red that may fade to a ginger or strawberry color.”
Yesterday, as I cruised the Interwebz while simultaneously re-watching every episode of Girls (and the Boardwalk Empire finale thrown in for good measure), I came across an image of two of the most divine redheads on Earth.
It’s enough to make me reconsider the color.
I’ve written before about my love for Christina Hendricks, but Vivienne Westwood (for the non-fashiony-fans) is a legend; a visionary and icon in the industry. My respect for this woman runs deep.
This photo …
I’m calling my hair girl tomorrow.
Ever dyed your hair a radically different color? Did it stick or did you go back au natural?
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