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JustErin

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Blonde or brunette?

I'm going nuts here. I went blonde because it's so much easier to maintain...but I'm starting to really hate it. I think it's washing me out and aging me (even more sad ).

Blonde?

Or brunette?

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Reply #1 posted 12/13/11 5:28am

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I personally like both. You can wear either one imho. nod

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Reply #2 posted 12/13/11 5:33am

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Tittypants said:

I personally like both. You can wear either one imho. nod

Thanks. smile

But that's not helping! lol

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Reply #3 posted 12/13/11 5:35am

Tittypants

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JustErin said:

Tittypants said:

I personally like both. You can wear either one imho. nod

Thanks. smile

But that's not helping! lol

lol Well...I'm a brunette man, personally. But you actually look nice with both colors. A lot of Women can't pull off both.... cool

الحيوان النادلة ((((|̲̅̅●̲̅̅|̲̅̅=̲̅̅|̲̅̅●̲̅̅|)))) ...AND THAT'S THE WAY THE "TITTY" MILKS IT!
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Reply #4 posted 12/13/11 5:36am

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I can't see the pics but I've seen both before and you are a sultry sexy brunette dripping with hotness.

That should about cover it.

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Reply #5 posted 12/13/11 5:37am

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hmmm

Blonde!

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New coat, huh? That's nice. Did you buy it? Yeah right.
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Reply #6 posted 12/13/11 5:38am

retina

I know it's probably a boring answer but I vote for whatever colour is your natural one. Dyed always looks dyed.

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Reply #7 posted 12/13/11 5:46am

Dewrede

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brunette

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Reply #8 posted 12/13/11 6:20am

Efan

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Brunette. You look great with either color, but as a brunette, you look way sexier and hotter.

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Reply #9 posted 12/13/11 6:22am

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brunette.. nod

your face looks so much prettier and softer in brunette... I think the current shade of blond does wash you out a bit... I dont think it makes you look old, but i can see your features better in brunette...

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Reply #10 posted 12/13/11 7:12am

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Brunette. Blondes makes you look a bit fat.

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Reply #11 posted 12/13/11 7:15am

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retina said:


I know it's probably a boring answer but I vote for whatever colour is your natural one. Dyed always looks dyed.



Dirty blonde with white....yeah, no.
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Reply #12 posted 12/13/11 7:16am

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tinaz said:




brunette.. nod



your face looks so much prettier and softer in brunette... I think the current shade of blond does wash you out a bit... I dont think it makes you look old, but i can see your features better in brunette...



So maybe darker blonde leaving some lighter parts?
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Reply #13 posted 12/13/11 7:17am

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RufusRawfield said:

Brunette. Blondes makes you look a bit fat.



No, my body fat is what makes me look fat.
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Reply #14 posted 12/13/11 7:20am

retina

JustErin said:

retina said:

I know it's probably a boring answer but I vote for whatever colour is your natural one. Dyed always looks dyed.

Dirty blonde with white....yeah, no.

That's basically a description of my hair. lol

I say embrace it. Going natural shows self-confidence. Mature women with dyed hair look a bit like they're trying desperately to relive their teens, in my opinion.

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Reply #15 posted 12/13/11 7:22am

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THIS!^ love razz

It's very easy for me to say because I fancy brunettes. cool But you have to do what makes your happy Erin regardless of everyone else's opinions.

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Reply #16 posted 12/13/11 7:22am

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retina said:

JustErin said:

retina said: Dirty blonde with white....yeah, no.

That's basically a description of my hair. lol

I say embrace it. Going natural shows self-confidence. Mature women with dyed hair look a bit like they're trying desperately to relive their teens, in my opinion.

shrug

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Reply #17 posted 12/13/11 7:22am

CarrieMpls

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They both look great, but I'm going to vote brunette here too.

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Reply #18 posted 12/13/11 7:23am

JustErin

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I am not trying to relive my teens, I am just trying to look my age. I'm not 60. :lol:

I do totally disagree that all dyed hair looks dyed. It depends on the colour.
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Reply #19 posted 12/13/11 7:25am

RodeoSchro

I never thought blonde worked for you. It never looked natural, IMO. Brunette does, though.

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Reply #20 posted 12/13/11 7:26am

retina

CarrieMpls said:

retina said:

That's basically a description of my hair. lol

I say embrace it. Going natural shows self-confidence. Mature women with dyed hair look a bit like they're trying desperately to relive their teens, in my opinion.

shrug

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lol

You look great. hug

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Reply #21 posted 12/13/11 7:26am

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But I do understand how going blonde looks like I am trying too hard and i don't want to look desperate.

That's not the case, it's just closer to my naturally (changing) white hair.
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Reply #22 posted 12/13/11 7:27am

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JustErin said:

I am not trying to relive my teens, I am just trying to look my age. I'm not 60. lol I do totally disagree that all dyed hair looks dyed. It depends on the colour.

Had you experimented with being a redhead before?

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Reply #23 posted 12/13/11 7:27am

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JustErin said:

I am not trying to relive my teens, I am just trying to look my age. I'm not 60. lol I do totally disagree that all dyed hair looks dyed. It depends on the colour.

Agreed.

I will say, I’m living the best of both worlds. My stylist is using semi-permanent colors on me and when we first color it it’s quite dramatic, but it slowly fades to a more natural looking color and within a couple of months it’s back to the color it is underneath.

It also depends on your skin tone. I think you and I are both lucky enough to have just about any color look “natural” on us.

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Reply #24 posted 12/13/11 7:28am

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retina said:

CarrieMpls said:

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lol

You look great. hug

lol Thanks.

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Reply #25 posted 12/13/11 7:28am

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TonyVanDam said:



JustErin said:


I am not trying to relive my teens, I am just trying to look my age. I'm not 60. lol I do totally disagree that all dyed hair looks dyed. It depends on the colour.


Had you experimented with being a redhead before?



Oh yes....a couple of years ago. It won't stay red, just fades so I gave up.
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Reply #26 posted 12/13/11 7:30am

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JustErin said:

I am not trying to relive my teens, I am just trying to look my age. I'm not 60. lol I do totally disagree that all dyed hair looks dyed. It depends on the colour.

But this is what's natural for our age though! Most of my friends have a bit of grey or white here and there. It's not weird or bad. At least you don't have to worry about bald spots like us men.

I do think most dyed hair looks dyed. There's something about how it doesn't quite rhyme with the colours of the complexion and eyes, but also it's too perfectly in just one colour. Real hair usually shifts a little bit here and there, and it's hard to simulate that by adding streaks.

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Reply #27 posted 12/13/11 7:31am

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CarrieMpls said:



JustErin said:


I am not trying to relive my teens, I am just trying to look my age. I'm not 60. lol I do totally disagree that all dyed hair looks dyed. It depends on the colour.


Agreed.



I will say, I’m living the best of both worlds. My stylist is using semi-permanent colors on me and when we first color it it’s quite dramatic, but it slowly fades to a more natural looking color and within a couple of months it’s back to the color it is underneath.



It also depends on your skin tone. I think you and I are both lucky enough to have just about any color look “natural” on us.



Yes, I have been told that I can pull off everything - except black. What I really want to do is use a semi over it so if I tire of it I can let it fade out....but not so sure that will work for me since my grey hair is actually white and semis do not cover white well.
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Reply #28 posted 12/13/11 7:35am

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retina said:



JustErin said:


I am not trying to relive my teens, I am just trying to look my age. I'm not 60. lol I do totally disagree that all dyed hair looks dyed. It depends on the colour.


But this is what's natural for our age though! Most of my friends have a bit of grey or white here and there. It's not weird or bad. At least you don't have to worry about bald spots like us men.



I do think most dyed hair looks dyed. There's something about how it doesn't quite rhyme with the colours of the complexion and eyes, but also it's too perfectly in just one colour. Real hair usually shifts a little bit here and there, and it's hard to simulate that by adding streaks.



My hair is always multi-tonal because of the white hair. It does not go a flat colour...no matter hard I would try.

I have been going white since I was 21.
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Reply #29 posted 12/13/11 7:47am

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JustErin said:

retina said:

But this is what's natural for our age though! Most of my friends have a bit of grey or white here and there. It's not weird or bad. At least you don't have to worry about bald spots like us men.

I do think most dyed hair looks dyed. There's something about how it doesn't quite rhyme with the colours of the complexion and eyes, but also it's too perfectly in just one colour. Real hair usually shifts a little bit here and there, and it's hard to simulate that by adding streaks.

My hair is always multi-tonal because of the white hair. It does not go a flat colour...no matter hard I would try. I have been going white since I was 21.

White a.k.a. platinum blonde. smile

I know what you're saying though. It's no fun to feel like signs of age are popping up too early. I've been going to the gym twice a week this fall to keep the belly fat away (it's working!) and as recently as a few days ago I was reading up on a new anti-hair loss product. I don't need it yet, but if I really start to look bald it's not out of the question that I'd try it.

I do admire people who don't do anything beyond regular body-maintenance though (shaving, moisturizing etc), and I honestly think they look better than people with artificial stuff (dye, wigs, tucks, transplants, lifts etc).

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