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    Quote Originally Posted by Maddy View Post
    I'd try pink ombre hair - less damage if you have long hair. As well, if you want it that true bubblegum/pastel pink colour, you may very well need to strip back the hair with bleach beforehand.

    An ombre effect would be easier to maintain, and also easier to dull down/return to a more conservative cut and colour when you need.




    ^^ i like these!!

    as for an SJ with pink hair: imo, the more incongruity, the more fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giggly View Post
    In 2 years I'm going to join conservative corporate America...
    lol, what?


    I say do it , although I personally think highlights are cuter. Just imagine the shocked expressions of everyone you know when they see you bust out that new hair.

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    It depends on what colour the rest of your hair is, but I like the subtlety of this one:


    Here's pink tips on a brunette:

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    Is there any law against it? I don't think so.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jenaphor View Post
    *Practicality pokes its head into this discussion*

    Don't do it if you have long hair. To get your hair pink like that, your entire head has to be bleached completely white first, then dyed pink. Unless your hair is of the indestructible nature, in other words very thick, strong strands, you're going to damage it pretty badly, no matter how good a hairdresser you have.

    If you had short hair, this would be different since you can grow out damaged hair quickly.

    E - To add to the destruction part, when you grow darker roots, these have to be taken care of too.
    I'm completely bleached and have hair down to my hips. Granted, the people at the salon are amazed at the fact that my hair can take this abuse year after year. I've found you have to be willing to maintain it. Get a hair mask specifically for colored hair, and buy it at the salon, the expensive kind. Then have your hair checked every time you go back to have it colored again, and get rid of the damaged parts. I tend to have few damaged parts as I take care of my hair. I only once used hair dye to use at home and found that my hair was completely dried out, so now I get it done at the salon every time.

    I say go for it Giggly, have fun!
    I'm platinum blonde myself but I've been thinking of adding some lavender streaks



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    I actually want pink highlights in my hair, or as maddy mentioned the ombre effect. I think it looks beautiful. I just don't have the balls to do it.

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    Yeah, my problem is that you're stuck with one color then. And while I love that color, it doesn't work with all the styles of clothes I like to wear. So I'm contemplating adding some extensions when I feel like being quirky, and keeping it lavender-free the rest of the time
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    As an SJ and fellow ISFJ, I not only give you permission to express yourself, I kindly request that you post photos of the result so that we, The Committee of Stiff Upper Lipped SJs, can then judge how cute you look
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    You are free to do whatever the hell you want to do w/ your hair. I thought you were from CA.... I would think they would be pretty progressive there. I know that at least, in WA, people do all sorts of things to their hair and no one really thinks twice about it.

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    dooo it
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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