I wonder why they took it out first place. Anyway, thanks Atina.
Mahdu, I am medium complexion like you. (or what people will describe me as olive skinned. I have developed grey hair (apparently heritage) at 18 and now 90% of my hair is silver. So I go to a nice saloon to dye my hair. My natural hair is dark brown. So my hair is in the same dark brown colour and I have asked the stylist to give me red highlights. She did such a way is that instead of giving red on top too much, she did give the highlights in between. In between layers I mean. So it came out blended with browns and reds. It was not too bright nor it was too bland. There was a right texture for it.
Well, end of the day.... I had so many compliements from various people even some who knows me by sight but never spoke to me before.
Another time, I tried brown with blonde highlights - again I got compliements for it. But I chose dark blond highlights. This time she put a lot on top so again. Go on Madhu be daring.
There is also brownish blonde (Wella I think).
Hmmm........ my highlights are gone, now that I have new hair cut. Maybe I will go for another round. Shall I try pink?
(although I hate pink)
My hair is thinning a lot. Apparently I have sensitive skin and my roots are not strong enough. I need someone to give me an idea what to do. Without affecting my dye of course.
If I am not working I won't be bothering with the dyes. Let my silver hair grow and give it a blonde highlights. Then I will look like Pam Anderson with lots of tan.
Unfortunately, I cannot do that in business world.
Edited by Caryn - 18 July 2007 at 11:17pm