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« Reply #2770 on: July 16, 2006 07:54:49 PM »

Elven: I was grey at 12 too.  Now I am 29 and I have almost 100 strands of grey.

Yeah,

I feel young now...NOT!

i knew a girl who had one grey stripe in the back of her hair. she was born with it.
is that from a hormone imbalance or does it just happen?

It's just from DNA if it's just a streak you've had all your life.
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« Reply #2771 on: July 16, 2006 07:56:11 PM »

^_^ so an update on my post a couple pages back. That night my friend and I did the whole Color Rays in fuschia on our hair. She had two bleached strands in front, and the colors came out BRIGHT magenta. My hair, being Asian black and all, didn't come out nearly as bright as the box said it would but I'm actually pretty happy with it. It's a deep red tinged with purple, and what I did was streak the underlayer of my hair (so you can't see it from the back when it's down) and add a chunky streak to the right side on top. Pretty nifty Smiley

Pics are hard to take, though. I'll update at some point.

A random story about the dyeing- We were in the bathroom (this was at camp) when someone in our dorm burned popcorn and the fire alarm went off just as my time was up. So we had to run out, saran wrap still in my hair and a towel around my shoulders and wait for 10 minutes. I freaked out the whole time because I thought my hair would get super damaged from the extra time, but the only thing that happened was the my color got a bit brighter than it would have been ^^
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« Reply #2772 on: July 16, 2006 10:24:48 PM »

so i got to page 7o something and hopped over to the end and worked my way back to page thie 230 something and i thought that i'd contribute to this fabulous thread.....

my hair history is an odd one... I have super kinky curly hair and so i can only do so much.... i've had every shade of red possible ithink..... here are pics of some[LOTS OF PIX!!]:
more of a brownish i didn't like this one much, it only lasted a month....prom...

yet another dance...homecoming i think...
please excuse this face... i call it the monkey...
this one's my favorite

dark cherry red with black low-lights

Here's my hair now:





And some ideas of what iwant it to look like by the end of the month:





my hair isn't as exotic and punky as everyone elses but it will be VERY soon...... here's the woldest hair i've ever had.... it was for a hair show....
i thought it was too wild and it was glued to my hair so i tried to straghten it........

it didn't look much better and i had to go to school the next day... so i took it out and half of my real hair came out with it.....

hope you like....
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« Reply #2773 on: July 17, 2006 08:13:19 AM »

i love your hair in the last pic, pinky
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« Reply #2774 on: July 17, 2006 10:46:13 AM »

I actually love the grey/white/blond strip that a lot of people have in their hair. I guess people can be born with it or it can come from shock or something like that. I wish I had one, they're cool. I wonder if a hairstylist or I could bleach it that way without frying that section (I bleached my ends once, when it was longer and killed them)
 
Yeah, it can be done if the stylist knows what they are doing. Part of the reason your ends were probably really fried before is because ends of hair are always a little more damaged (and split) than the rest of your hair, so that is kind of a given. Unless you get a really fresh trim and then bleach the ends, they are gonna look pretty scraggly. But you can definitely get a grey/white/blonde strip. Turning it grey would be really easy, just have them bleach it out and then tone it to a grey color.
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« Reply #2775 on: July 17, 2006 12:25:52 PM »

The one of the prettiest girls I know has always had gray whisps in her hair. They are silver-y and tiny. The rest of her hair is naturally black, so it looks like spider silk. You don't always catch it if the light is wrong. I wish more girls had that! Cheesy
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« Reply #2776 on: July 17, 2006 05:20:25 PM »

i love your hair in this picture...i think that's how i want my hair, or at least the bangs part. is it hard to style?  what would i need as far as equipment and gels, etc. etc?

 Just to clarify: it's not me  Smiley I actually just wanted to know how to style my hair like that  Grin
 This is how I kind of udnerstand it. Just straighten it and flip under very, very SLIGHTLY! Oh yeah, put in mousse before. It adds volume and prevevnts burning. You will probably have to have really fine hair to get that exact look. Other than that, I have no clue!
 Sorry that everyone thinks its me  Embarrassed

Aww, that's ok! lol...thanks for the advice just the same. if i do decide to have my hair done like that, i'll let you know about styling, and how mine turned out overall. Smiley
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« Reply #2777 on: July 17, 2006 06:42:05 PM »

I actually love the grey/white/blond strip that a lot of people have in their hair. I guess people can be born with it or it can come from shock or something like that. I wish I had one, they're cool. I wonder if a hairstylist or I could bleach it that way without frying that section (I bleached my ends once, when it was longer and killed them)
 
Yeah, it can be done if the stylist knows what they are doing. Part of the reason your ends were probably really fried before is because ends of hair are always a little more damaged (and split) than the rest of your hair, so that is kind of a given. Unless you get a really fresh trim and then bleach the ends, they are gonna look pretty scraggly. But you can definitely get a grey/white/blonde strip. Turning it grey would be really easy, just have them bleach it out and then tone it to a grey color.

I think I would have them just bleach it, then I can make it whatever color I want for a while. I tend to like having a colorful strip right in the front. I've only dyed my whole head twice, and that was with henna and with color pulse iced coffee
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« Reply #2778 on: July 18, 2006 09:24:42 AM »

hah!  I have grey in my black hair by nature.

People are always shocked to see I have grey hair!

Like "Your so YOUNG how can you have so much GRAY!"

I could care less I used to cover it , now I don't care.

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« Reply #2779 on: July 18, 2006 09:40:52 AM »

I've been looking for grey hairdye since forever, but can't find it anywhere, only temporary dye. Instead, I'm going to buy some grey wool and felt some fake dreadlocks. I still need to do this though.
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