it's only a little witchy,and actually, quite saxy...
I think it looks great!
Very nice! Did you do it yourself or go to a salon? I should color my hair as well...the gray is making me look OLD! lol
Cher-ish only better.
I find it bewitching.
I dye mine too, but there is some force that just keeps turning it gray.At least it explains the g-mail status.
Kris, I actually am friends with a witch who lives in Massachusetts.I think you have slightly better hair than her, at least photographically.
Ah, that's some sexy enchantress hair right there. I like the cut too.
I always thought Elvira was hot! :)
Wasn't it already that color?
Pronto, saxy, like saxomophoneish?BW, thanks!Rkin, I did it myownself. I do not have the cash for the salon, sigh. Besides, I don't think it'd have come out quite as witchy if I'd had it done professionally.Nitewalk...Cher? Shit....XL, cute.Spro, yes, that explains it...Ron, me likey a little better today since it's a touch less brassy...Scoot, tell me about this witch. Does she live in Salem?Pru, thanks, doll!Booya, at first I thought you said Elvis, and I was gonna have to kick your ass.Jack, it's normally a lot lighter. You can't really tell from the picture, but it is a couple shades darker now.
Cassandra lives in Framingham, which is forty miles south west of Salem.cassdawn.blogspot.com
i know cass...she's witchy? cool!!!
I dye my hair precisely that color almost every time that I dye my hair. I'm always trying for chestnut like the shiny mane of the finest race horse brown but somehow always manage to get witchy black...sigh, I feel your pain. They say dawn dish soap will pull some of the black out, or some sun in...if you're like me ans can't take it.
Miss A...it always seems brassier the first few days. Then it calms down and I can live with it after a couple washes. I actually caught a glimpse of myself in a department store window yesterday and thought, well, isn't that a raven-haired beaut...wait. Oh, it's just me. I guess that's a good thing though.
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