Merry Christmas, darlings. I hope you have a great day.
And if you’re not celebrating this holiday then I hope you’re having a nice day, anyay.
Spend some time with your family and friends, or if you can’t then the internet is there. There are plenty of people online, like myself, who are away from their families for the holidays, so you’re not alone. I’m not sure I’m making sense, I may have been drinking.
Have a beautiful day, you beautiful darlings.
Without bleach it won’t be bright red, it’d be a darkish red at best.
Judging from your display picture, I’d say you might be able to pull off a nice bright red, maybe something like Rihana has. But you’d have to be careful about the red you choose. My hair’s naturally black, and I’ve dyed it red several times and it’s been different reds. Some look better than others because of my skin tone.
Sorry I’m not much help.
I’d say the best thing to do is bleach it, then try a few different wash-out reds and once you find one you like find a permanent dye that color :)
The girls are beautiful, and you’re kind of pathetic for going to blogs just to insult those on it. Please find a better way to spend your time.
Just posted an answer to a similar question, hope it helps :)
I get questions like this fairly often, and I understand where you’re coming from with this. But you’ve got to just accept that sometimes there’s things you just can’t have. Your mom is your mom, and the only thing you can do is be rational and explain that you want this, and it’s important not to be childish about it. If you want piercings or bright dyed hair, or whatever it may be, you should prove that you’re an adult and kicking and screaming isn’t the way to do that. If she still says no, then that’s that. I mean, she’s your mom and you respect her. You’re 15, there’s still plenty of time to do crazy things with your hair, and piercings and that. Maybe you can strike a deal with your mom? Something like, getting good marks in school and then she’ll let you dye your hair or something? It’s one of those things I can’t really help much on, because everyone is different. My mom didn’t like my piercings and bright hair, but she let me do it anyway so I can’t really help, sorry.
Dress however you want. If anyone is going to be concerned, or insult you for dressing that way, then they are of no importance anyway. I mean, yeah it’s nice to dress nice or have good hair, but at the end of it all, that’s all it is. It’s just nice hair. That means nothing in the grand scheme of things. If your ‘friends’ would judge you, they aren’t your friends. I know it’s cliche, but it’s true. And if they aren’t your friends - whether they be strangers or just nasty kids- then their opinion is already irrelevant.