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I wasn't born with wings, so I'm trying to make my own
 
Monday, August 13, 2007  

So, here's a couple good pictures of the cut...

Lots of layers with ends flipped
and here's a good picture of the COLOR!


I overdyed all of my highlights to bring most of the hair back to my natural color, a dark, sandy blond. Intermingled on the lower layera are chops of red, orange and gold. I pretty much told the stylist that I wanted it to look like my hair was on fire, and I think she did a great job!

For some reason, shots from a normal "portrait" distance swallow up the color, but believe me, the up close shot is a much more accurate look at the color. There isn't a ton of the wild color up around my face, it's mostly in the back, but you can definitely see it in person.

I know this isn't the wildest hair style ever, but it's a lot further than I've ever gone, and I do still work in an office, so I think the acid green mohawk is out for now :-P I'm really happy with it, but now I need to learn how to style it myself. Oy! Wish me luck!

Comments:
Wow! I LOVE it! What a cool idea, to color the lower layers like that.
 
Jenni, I love it! Looks so good on you! I will definitely be able to pick you out of the crowd at SOAR in 2 months. :)
 
Oh my goodness, how stunning! :-) I really like it.
 
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