To colour or not to colour

Off to the hairdresser this afternoon for my regular cut. However, I also have to make my next appointment six weeks ahead. The question is: do I have highlights or do I start going natural.

Scary thought!

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6 Responses to To colour or not to colour

  1. Joan says:

    Decisions…….decisions, it’s awful having to make such big ones at our age!!!!

  2. Rev Ruth says:

    Oh Freda, I have gone through the same dilemma this week. Son #2 has been on at me for ages to get rid of the purple and I started to think maybe he was right. Maybe I am too old to continue with this purple hair nonsense so I went brown. No sooner had she done it than we knew it wasn’t right. Back home, Son #2 is delighted and thinks I look more like a priest. I think I look boring and it doesn’t reflect my personality.

    Did wonder if I should just go grey (there’s plenty of it under there!) but I think it would have to be grey with a twist (or purple streak!). But it would make life much easier – and cheaper.

    Is natural for you too scary to contemplate? Whatever you do – let it reflect your personality.

  3. freda says:

    Thanks for the advice Ruth. The hairdresser obviously doesn’t want to lose the business, so she suggested the compromise. At the very least it gives me another six weeks, till the next cut to make my mind up. As to my personality, well I was always this six foot tall willowy blonde inside my head and under my hair!

  4. Kimberly says:

    Wow. Now there’s an image to ponder.

  5. sheila says:

    I was blessed with the snowy white hair. I always thought it looked beautiful on Mum but I am not ready to let it show! Still colouring.

  6. freda says:

    Sheila, I loved your Mum’s snowy white hair – she looked so youthful with it. However, I am still sitting on the fence, and I keep examining the roots of my hair anxiously trying to make up my mind what to do!

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