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Kids and colouring hair

Postby OnceHarmony on Sun Jul 05, 2015 8:17 pm

DD wants her hair coloured and I'm not ready for that yet so I've said no, not yet. How long do I have before no, not yet becomes too long?

30? 40? When she starts getting grey hairs? :lol:

I was in my twenties and lived on my own. It just seems that it is happening younger than my time and I don't want to be an old fuddy duddy.
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Re: Kids and colouring hair

Postby midnightly on Sun Jul 05, 2015 9:07 pm

have you tried hair chalk, or hair mascara? they are both instant wash out options
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Re: Kids and colouring hair

Postby Sunnygirl on Sun Jul 05, 2015 9:22 pm

I am hoping to make it at least to the teen years lol... though may give in when she is 12 or so...we will see ;)
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Re: Kids and colouring hair

Postby TazDevil on Mon Jul 06, 2015 3:49 pm

I have no issue with coloring DD's hair. We do the wash out stuff. She has no patience for the permanent dye or the smell so that makes it easy. She has dark hair though so it is harder to dye.
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Re: Kids and colouring hair

Postby OnceHarmony on Sun Jul 12, 2015 9:48 pm

She doesn't want funky colours. She wants blond. :shock: If it was funky colours we would use the hair chalk wash out stuff. I'm so not ready for permanent hair colour dying going on on her beautiful, soft, natural hair. I'll see how long I can stretch no, not yet. Thanks everyone.
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Re: Kids and colouring hair

Postby midnightly on Mon Jul 13, 2015 8:19 pm

you could have fun with wigs and clip ins.. that way she could have the colour and then take it off at the end of the day
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Re: Kids and colouring hair

Postby OnceHarmony on Wed Jul 29, 2015 1:05 pm

midnightly wrote:you could have fun with wigs and clip ins.. that way she could have the colour and then take it off at the end of the day


That could buy me some more time. :)
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