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My school is very strict. No jewellery, no unnatural hair, even some hairstyles are banned. Basically it should say "no displaying your personality" is there any colours you think I can get away with? I want a change really bad. I had it dip dyed purple over summer but when it came to having it chopped of I was upset because I pride my hair. The worst part is that means I won't have it short so I dye it so it will be different. Is there any colours I can dye my hair? Secret dyed/rainbow/underlights? Secret shaved area? Plz help
I think the only thing I got in trouble for at school was having weirdly coloured hair...I'm at uni now so pink hair is permitted! You could try a nape undercut - it's a shaved area at the back of your neck that can only be seen when your hair is up, and you can get it shaved into various patterns. I don't know how dark your hair is naturally, but if it's a dark colour you could probably put something like SFX blue velvet or deep purple over the top for a subtle highlighted effect in certain lights. If your hair is naturally very light then it could be harder to make it look 'natural' - I don't know how your school would feel about silver/grey?
maybe red over what you have so it gets a red sheen, but honestly your better off just finding cool ways to style it, strange braids funky accessories, that way you won't get in trouble for breaking dress code
It is better not to break the strict dress code then be suspended. Being suspended activities and outcome are just up in the air. Pun intended. Better to push the envelope and not break the rule then break the rule and have bad marks on your record. Starting out in the job market your extracurricular activities and school record are closely reviewed and used to determine if this person should/should not be hired. Agree with @Dizzinea suggestions.
You have my sympathy for being under such a strict dress code.
These are my suggestions and opinion.
If I was at a school that was super-strict I would personally not bother with changing up my hair. Is it really worth the hassle? Invest in funky accessories or clip ins or wigs I say. :)
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Their is also the option of hair chalk and other temporary fixes. As @Andya has said - you have my sympathy, I would hate to have my personality stifled in that way.
Thanks for all the replies. My school doesn't like hair accessories or hair chalk and I have layered hair which means I can't put it up in braids or anything. As I am still in high school I will ask my parents about getting my head shaved. The school doesn't allow this however if it can't be seen I should be ok. I may also dye it dark purple or blue there so I kinda blends in. My hair is muddy blonde/ an awful brown. Opinions on my idea? Thanks xx
Another boy in my school came in with blonde streaks and got put in isolation. This is a room where u have ur own desk and seat and ur not allowed to talk. Another boy had purple in the top of his hair and no one noticed and he ended up growing it out! My school is weird!
I think the dye might be a bit much seeing as your natural colour is quite light - I was thinking if you had dark brown/black hair then a tint might be OK but I'm not sure how well you'd be able to hide it with lighter hair. Try not to get yourself into trouble but I think a small shaved area right at the back that's covered and your hair is down might be OK.
I agree, I think a shaved nape is far as I'd go here, mostly because it's not necessarily 'edgy'. Aside from difficulties with hiding fun colours, it's pretty hard to keep it totally secret if you ever show anyone your hair. I have no idea what the reasoning behind these rules are, but if they are not uniformly enforced, that usually means that they are used kind of as an excuse to punish the 'bad' students, which is always kind of risky to me. Even if you're generally well-liked, there's always a risk that someone will bring it up at the worst moments. You'll have a lot of time to experiment with your hair after you graduate.