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Hair colour
#1
I hope you can see this.  

[Image: 49568554782_8d5facbd2f_k.jpg]IMG_20200222_204433 by Olwen Williams, on Flickr



What do you think?

Don't know how to make it smaller
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#2
You are one funky lady. Love it.
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#3
(22-02-2020, 09:53 PM)lindymf55 Wrote: You are one funky lady. Love it.
I need to do it before the family decide I have dementia Cool
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#4
Indeed. An eye popping experience. Not to be missed.
I have the mental image of that now. Thanks. lol
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#5
(22-02-2020, 10:24 PM)olwen Wrote:
(22-02-2020, 09:53 PM)lindymf55 Wrote: You are one funky lady. Love it.
I need to do it before the family decide I have dementia Cool
Just pretend you have it and listen to what they say when they think you can't hear.
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#6
Hey you girlies, where are you??????????

My hair needs a good cut and colour. I've been cutting it myself, but I think that nows the time to go to the hairdresser. Alas though, I'm a little broke right now, but I can hang out a little longer.
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#7
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Definitely a bit of a statement. Colour matches your eyes too Cool
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#8
Mine is below my shoulder blades now. I keep telling myself about the money I am saving in cuts. Maybe though, I might spend some of it on a colour. I rather fancy cobalt blue.
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(19-11-2021, 10:40 AM)Oh_hunnihunni Wrote: Mine is below my shoulder blades now. I keep telling myself about the money I am saving in cuts. Maybe though, I might spend some of it on a colour. I rather fancy cobalt blue.
I do love seeing old ladies with grey hair, wearing it up. I always think it looks classy.

Having said that, not sure I'd feel the same if it was cobalt blue. hmmmm

What about a purple rinse? That's what the oldies do, isn't it?? Big Grin
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#10
Way beyond grey now, and purple is way too common these days, every elegant woman is wearing it...
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#11
Oh well, I'm as common as muck, so maybe a purple rinse is in store for me.
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#12
Not that kind of common you silly sausage. Common as in seen a lot around the leaf suburbs. Frequent. Often. Not rare or unusual.

Unlike tutu wearing fairies with icing stains down their front. Now those are anything but common...
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(19-11-2021, 10:40 AM)Oh_hunnihunni Wrote: Mine is below my shoulder blades now. I keep telling myself about the money I am saving in cuts. Maybe though, I might spend some of it on a colour. I rather fancy cobalt blue.
Cobalt is my favourite colour. I have cobalt glasses. I gave up colouring my hair 20 years ago. I’m naturally quite pale skinned and they kept doing it with orange bits which didn’t suit me. I also couldn’t be bothered spending all that time at the hairdressers. Turned out I had a grey streak, which I call my skunk stripe. I had always wanted one dyed into my hair. There’s a lot more grey now but I still have my stripe! I took a good look at my maternal grandfather’s photo not long ago, he also had the skunk stripe. So it’s genetic.
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#14
I had two stripes, either side of my widow's peak. They came in in my twenties, but by 34 after being widowed I went grey pretty much all over, in a month or so. My GP was highly impressed, lol, he'd heard about it but never seen it happen. When I had my daughter, people assumed I was her gran, which annoyed us both but these days my skin tone has caught up with the premature aging!
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