From prom to pink professional, I've had coloured hair for half my life. Only us girls of colour can relate to the difficulties that come with having exciting hair.
All those lovely hairstyles you see on Instagram and TikTok? The unicorn pastels, oil slicks, and rainbow gradients? These seem like such a great concept.
"At first, freshly coloured hair seems unbreakable, but even with sulfate-free shampoo and cold water, colours blend and fade quickly. Take advantage of it while you can!"
Even if you use shampoo or conditioner, coloured hair dye will be washed off by any amount of water. So you postpone cleaning it for days longer than anybody else would risk.
If it's safe, dry, and out of the water, you can preserve your colour for as long as feasible.
Compared to packaged dyes, coloured hair requires more maintenance. Bleach, developer, toner, colour fading, and the possibility of appearing in Brad Mondo's videos.
Want gorgeous hair? Spend a fortune or risk injury if you do it yourself. Good luck undoing it if you've dyed it blue, green, or purple.
I received a reprimand for my hair in the grocery shop. Many believe you do it for attention, but in reality, you just do it because you enjoy it and it makes you happy.
When someone takes a long blue hair out of their mashed potatoes, there is no way of making it seem like it wasn't your fault. Sorry, but you're in trouble.
"A rainbow hoover results from often changing hair colour. Shedding presents her former successes in a vibrant palette."
How recently did you wash your pillowcase? Examine the stain's depth. While sleeping with damp hair, you don't want to discolour the pillows.
"People used to make fun of me for having coloured hair, but now they congratulate me and strike up talks. Speaking to me is like a bright sign."