A natural look for job hunting. ;)
i love this color on you(: how do you dye your hair so much and keep it so healthy looking?
I missed orange on you. :D
This color + your eyes = <33333. Gorgeous!
Thanks guys, finding it quite difficult to work out what to wear with it, though I'm usually quite clashy so I dunno why I'm bothered! I was rather anxious @Killjoy that I had gone too far this time as the back part of my hair felt a bit crunchy after bleaching my roots, I find using copious amounts of conditioner definitely helps and trying to resist heated appliances!
Dying hair is an addiction(: its way to hard to stop. i think we've all hit the "crunchy stage" at one point. But Thanks!
:D Oh I've definitely hit it before, and for me if it had been a bigger area I would have been cutting it all off like my 9th Jan 2011 pic! I think if you are losing copious amounts of hairs when washing/brushing it you might as well call it a day. :P
Yes, back to orange! It always looks fantastic on you :)
I've been using coconut oil and it masks my damaged bits. Lol. My hair feels a lot softer, which is something that other hair treatments don't do for me.
Yup, I've got some macadamia oil stuff from Avon which smells yum and really helps soften and detangle my hair. I keep catching sight of myself in the mirror and going "eep!" not used to such brightness!
Very Pretty :D
Looks fantastic on you!
Thankyou thankyou, now I'm not sure whether to maintain this or to slap some diluted pink all over it. Got a major peach crush at the moment!
Love it! I really like you your cut frames your face as well!
It looks lovely!
I adore this colour on you!!!
sooo lovely! the orange suits you soo well
I love this colour on you! Looks great, and I have to say, Mandarin is a FANTASTIC dye! I LOVE it! It did wash out a bit yellow when I used it the first time, but the second time it was an AWESOME orange. I'm loving the fringe, too! :D
Thankies! It has washed out very yellow now but I must say I think I like it more as it blends with the Apricot better! :)
I bet. Apricot seems to give everything a warm glow, as I've seen. :)
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