Thursday, January 15, 2009

Do blondes really have more fun?


I would say that is true. I have witnessed it in several blondes I know. I love being brunette, don't get me wrong. I know lots of brunettes who have fun. So just as an experiment I am going to dye my hair blonde next month just to see if I have more fun. I ordered the hair color and I have researched enough to know I shouldn't need to bleach my hair first with this stuff. We'll see about that. It will be fun, right? And when the fun is done I'll try something even better. Maybe a streak of pink to freak out my neighbors?

I'm still not using shampoo and all is going well with that. Even Cliff loves not using shampoo and swears by baking soda for his scalp vs. shampoo. My hair has really grown this past year. I'm loving it. My hair is soft and may be stinky if I don't get enough baking soda down into the scalp every week or so. At least that is what my sister, Heidi says. She's so brutally honest.

I really need to go to bed, but I think my butt is frozen to the chair. It is literally -10 outside right now. And it is not too warm where I am sitting. So I think I'll try to unstick myself and go get in bed. I have a feeling I will warm up soon. I have two snuggle bunnies waiting for me. Gotta love it!

Future blonde,
Heather

P.S. I will miss my current hair color.

2 comments:

Snavleys said...

You are brave girl. If I do blonde it turns kind of orangish and no matter how much toning they do it still has orange in it. It's fun to experiment though:) Can't wait to see the pics!

Heather's Moving Castle said...

I can't wait to see how it turns out either. I will post photos for sure. I am not too nervous. A lady who works at a health food store in Houston told me she went from my color hair (dark) to blonde with Naturtint. She had no problems. Her hair was blonde using that product when I met her. I believed her then and will believe it when I see it. I am a little doubtful. But I have read it elsewhere that it wont be orange. We'll see. Thanks for the kudos, Heidi.