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I know this is a taboo to ask a woman. And I know it's a random topic... [I'm dyeing DBF's hair right now] But - do you dye your hair? What color and why? Or if it's not dyed now, have you ever dyed your hair? What do you think of the crazy colors today, like these?
Honestly, I dye my hair. I lighten it just a few shades, because I hate when I go out in public and people ask if Eden is biologically mine, since my hair is dishwater blonde naturally and hers is more strawberry. I used to dye my hair crazy colors. Once I had blue bangs like those up there. I had black tips, and then I had black and red hair. Crazy stuff. I love seeing all the crazy hairstyles people have today. I would never do one myself but I live vicariously through drawing - I have many many girls in my sketchbook who have rainbow colored dreadlocks and streaks.
non-vaxing, non-circing, co-sleeping, baby-wearing, attachment-parenting my babies
My hair has been red, orange (sun in plus the pool, yuck), blonde, black (my dad said I looked like Michael Jackson since I'm so pale), blue (sharpie does not come out of your hair but crayola does). Right now my roots are my natural color. I say its light brown, hair people say it's dirty blonde. The rest is red. There's some gray mixed in. I seriously need a hair cut and color
06/2004 - Lap for endo and cysts
08/2006 - Lap for endo and cysts
02/2010 - Lap for endo, cysts, and hydrosalpinx repair
02/2011 - Lap for endo, cysts, and RSO
12/2011 - TAH and LSO
Stage IV endometriosis, sever adenomyosis, PCOS
Waiting on our miracle from God via adoption