I have thick black hair, but I love a very light auburn color.
Snow-white, with no apology for each "gray" strand: I will have earned them all.
Blonde, I am blonde and love it especially when I do something really dumb then I just blame it on being blonde. Also as I turn grey it's not as noticable with my blonde hair.
It would be frost white, with shimmer.......hmmm or jetblack with shimmer, perhaps like the night sky
I'm a brunet with natural highlights of red. I like my hair colour and wouldn't change it. I hope not to go grey until my mid 60s, but when that happens I'm hopping for snow-white and not grey.
My hair is naturally red, and my daddy and his mother have threatened me with violence if I ever color it. (Theoretically speaking, my grandma is gone but I don't want to get haunted!) I've thought about getting a stripe of white in the front like Rogue, but that's totally overdone anymore.
I had a fascination with the striped look that some rock and roll chicks had in the late 80's, early 90's. I loved it, but people called it skunk hair. Maybe it'll come back.
Gotta say, with a South American heritage, I've had jet black hair my whole life and never wanted it any other color. But if you ask me if I'm happy with the curly/frizzy part I'd say no. So I do straighten it from time to time - with Keratin only, not the harsh chemicals.
I would be happy with snow white hair. I'm a brunette going gray. My dad's aunt had the whitest hair and I always hoped that if I had to go gray, I would want it to grow snow white. If that happened, I would never color it back to brunette or any other color.
definitely a burgundy color...i just love that mixture of dark brown and a deep red.
you should try a henna hari dye, Henna is best when it is giving red tones to hair. When I was doing research on the hub that I was doing for Henna hair dye, I tried out the pure red one (I have brown hari) and it made my hair burgundy. Thanks!
I love red henna, too. My brunette hair is sprinkled with gray. The red henna attaches to the gray hair and gives off a highlighted effect. I always get compliments on my hair. Love it!
Im a guy so I don't care what my hair color is.
But if I had to chose I would want natural growing rainbow section hair.
20% cooler in 10 seconds flat.
(dont know what that means? google it)
Wow, never thought I'd hear that answer. Hilarious, but I've a question, would the rainbow start greying as you got older?
Well I like to think it will just fade 1 shade then go white/grey
Also Thran, just wondering, would your hair only be rainbow after it rains, or all the time? If all the time, maybe it could become sparkly after it rains? Let me know what you think.
Only if the sparkles are colored, no white "twilight" sparkles >.
Calm down, Edward Cullen would never let you take any of his Twilight sparkles. You're going to have to find your own. Perhaps Barbie or My Little Ponie could lend you some of their pink sparkles?
Rarity is the only pony with extra sparkles, although I doubt she will part with them =\
I prefer keep my black hair, other colors are a little bit weird for me.
No other color will suit on me so it's always black for me. I like hair in black.
Strawberry red hair ~this is such a gorgeous colour my mum had "Isla Fisher's" colour hair when she was much younger. I love this because you could also change from blonde to brown.
That's a gorgeous hair color! I used Henna on my hair and that's the color it turned. You should check out the hub I did on the henna dye, if you really wanted your hair to be that color, that's kind of the henna specialty color. Thanks for answering
Will check your hub out on "henna dye".
My own hair is black. I used to dye with golden yellow and wine red, which are shinning, sunny and attractive. Actually, people who had those hair colors in China back then are regarded as betrayers, but I did. And now, I retreat behind the real myself, and I like the present me better. I guess I am getting age.
I would really love to have natural platinum blonde hair. Yes mine is natually blonde already but it used to be so much lighter. I would probably say red hair as a second choice but I don't want random people asking me "if my carpet matches the draps" all the time. I'll stick with blonde.
by Virginia Kearney 6 years ago
What is the best way to color long hair to cover up the grey?I am 52 and have medium brown, below shoulder length hair that is starting to show grey at the top. What are the pros and cons of different ways to cover the grey? Streaking? Going blonde (my kids are against this!), trying to...
by Emma Kisby 8 years ago
What hair color looks best on a bride: Dark and classical or blonde and feminine?My hair is quite a dull color with natural blonde highlights, but underneath it is very mousy. I am in two minds whether to add more highlights, or color it with a rich dark brown but keep some of my natural...
by Cynthia Calhoun 8 years ago
Have you ever tried dyeing your hair with henna?I've heard that the real stuff is really good for hair.
by Vince 3 weeks ago
Ladies, How many times a year do you dye or highlight your hair?Asking because of girfriend does it often.
by Chuga 8 years ago
I dyed my hair with Henna and it turned a sickly reddish brown. My friends hair went black with blue highlights.
by Smart is Good 8 years ago
Tell me you insights, your experiences or If you have coloured your hair with chemical products. What would be you ideal hair colour?
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