I do it all the time. Since I discovered that I'm afraid of only and only technical part of all these changes and that it's not so difficult in the end and brings every time a lot of freshness and adventures, I do it regularly.
But recently I rarely changed my hair colour.
Blonde destroyed and desiccated my hair. I couldn't keep it longer any more so it stayed with this unflattering length.
My friend, who happened to be a hairdresser, is a huge fan of champagne, warm blonde. For years I had this feeling something was wrong...I looked like a transvestite... sometimes.
He tried to convince me it's because of my always visible darker roots.
I discovered few weeks after dyeing it always started to be in extremely warmish shade. And 'warm' colours are not mine.
Harry, with 7 years of experience, chose for me this darker blonde. For the first time since 2009 my hair look actually healthy and there's even a shine.
I still don't recognize myself but feel so much better.
More like Barbara Stanwyck femme fatale...
and finally less like a worse copy of Sandra Dee...
So, early (at noon) in the morning I run to shoot few self-photos, very often I can't decide if I see something live but on the photos I know immediately, and yes - I'm satisfied.
I am convinced my friend in the (constant) flow of self admiration and self glorification would trample my satisfaction, but well... he's not here and I feel truly Lighter now.
I didn't put any make up, I'm sorry... just tried to fix it with a lipstick later on and didn't want to wait.
I adore red hair !!! which I will never have because of my 'red face' effect. However I found bloggers advice how to maintain it: msK
It is difficult for me to believe what was there:
Totally agree! being a faux red for 15 years the best thing you can do is not wash it! I wash mine twice a week max and it keeps the colour in so much longer and its not good to wash your hair lots anyway as it strips the hair of natural oils :)