Comic book red

Comic book red

The couch isn’t the only thing that’s changed color around here lately… (Only three days til I turn 28, and as you can see, I’m still fighting it.)

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  1. wow!! I totally love it! that colour is awsome on you

  2. I’ve seen it in person! A++

  3. Run, Web-Goddess, Run! Love it. 🙂

  4. Wow, What a great do on you! I love the color! I tried that color once but since my hair is almost BLACK, it ended up, well, purple. Yuck. The worst part was that I was interviewing for teaching jobs at the time. It was not a good experience for me. I am so lucky the school took a chance on me though, and they gave me kindergarten at that! YOU, however, look absolutely fabulous!

  5. The sad, sad thing is that I am absolutely inept at blow-drying my own hair, so it hasn’t looked as good since I got back from the hairdresser’s. Oh well. I’m still loving the color though. We actually went with a semi-permanent because she didn’t want to fry my hair. That means it should fade a little more naturally than my London experiments with permanent red. As soon as I step in the shower the water turns to Kool-Aid, which is kinda fun. I’m trying not to shampoo it very often in favor of solely conditioning.

  6. theres a special “red conditioner” you can get for red hair that i guess has a bit of red in it or something.. not sure.. my brothers a hair dresser and always insisted i used it but i never did.. so anyway, its supposed to keep the vibrancy of your red because red fades so quickly

  7. Ooh, good tip! I think I’ve seen that before. I’ll try and get some. Maybe it’ll make it last a little longer.

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