Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Hair Fiasco

Hair fiasco, I think we have all had one at least once. Well, mine is a current 3 month adventure.

It started in early December. I decided to dye my hair blonde.

The first few days I loved it. I took a picture with my missions team a few days before Christmas break started. It was a kind of light brown to almost blonde. It wasn't what I was hoping for, but I was very happy with how it turned out.

I went home to Oregon for Christmas, and was very content with my hair color choice. But by Christmas day, a picture was taken with me and my grandpa, and when I saw it I realized something had changed greatly. I wasn't sure what to think of it.

But by my last day in Oregon, it had changed so drastically. I got a picture with a family friend/ former teacher, and I was now horrified by how it looked. It was a super bright orange!

When I got back to Oklahoma, I knew I wanted to change it, but I had been warned about dying hair too much. I put off changing the color for a few weeks, and it seemed it just got worse and worse.

Finally! Finally I could see my dark brown roots showing, and decided it was time to fix my entire head. I got a new package of dark brown dye. The final product, again, I loved.

But that was not the end of it.

By just a few days later, my hair was getting lighter again.

Now, March 11, my hair is once again a weird shade of orange, with my dark brown roots showing!

Sighs...time to dye it again.

It's now 1 hour later....I have dyed my hair again....the hair fiasco continues with an even weirder twist!!!
I used a dark brown dye again. I dried my hair, and it is now even more blonde!!

Spring break is next week. My floor mates have convinced me, it's time to stop with the home jobs...it's time to seek professional help.

Will see what comes next! =}


  1. That is so weird that your hair reacts that way! Yes, a visit to a pro sounds like a good idea.

  2. Oh dear, hope it works out.

    Tim and I have a little money for you for Africa. Should we give it to your Mom?

  3. Get professional dye form a store like sallys and u can do it your self and for under 10 bucks i started doing that a few years ago (sometimes i have my friend who is a pro do it for trade) but yah my advice