To Dye or Not to Dye

That is the question.

I feel this deep need to do something drastic with my hair.  Maybe not even drastic just something, anything.   My  hair is in the “growing out” stage, and I am too scared to cut it a la Carey Mulligan and too indecisive to pick a “normal” color to dye it.

Then I was re-inspired when I saw Eva Chen’s Tumblr (Beauty Director at Teen Vogue) and all of her beautiful images backstage at the A/W 2011 Fashion Week with the model’s colorful dye jobs.  Last Spring this was a trend as well and I want to do it then too, but I had just gotten my hair done at the Frederic Fekkai salon and I was nervous the dyes would not react well together.

My problem is that I don’t want it to look “punk” or like I am trying to be something I clearly am not, I just want it to be fun and chic!  I also can’t decide if it will look awkward because my hair isn’t very long, it’s about mid shoulder now.  Though, if on a whim, I do end up doing it one random night, I think a light lilac or baby pink would be best with my strawberry blond hair…though I do love the pistachio on the model below.

Photo taken by Eva Chen

Photo taken by Eva Chen

Photo taken by Eva Chen

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The one above of Dree Hemingway is my favorite.  Maybe I will just go all out and bleach my hair then dye random strands and the tips.

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8 responses to “To Dye or Not to Dye

  1. hmmmmmmmmmmmmm…. risky!!!!!!
    If you are going to do it I feel like Dree Hemingways is the best way to do it…
    I am nervous! But go for it girl, you only live once! 😉

    http://www.steppinginstilettos.com

  2. Yay!! go lilac or baby pink, I keep doing my hair tips lilac (with semi permanent dye) but it washes out so quickly (within a couple of weeks) that you dont get bored with it, or if you dont like it you dont have to cut it all off. Only thing is it does become a bit addictive! thanks for visiting my blog and your kind comment xx

  3. It looks gorgeous – Why not? .. if I’m you, I try for subtlety (ie. around the back parts first) I LOVE the shot of Abbey Lee, not too subtle, right but looks fantastic, the last shot on Blonde looks so sweet too. x
    you can try these looks with makeup first even to see how it is before you take the plunge – try using blush powders in stronger colours, or lipsticks even bought from the cheaper section in a Pharmacy! .. (Would love to see your experiment/results I hope you try it on the Weekend! )

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    (of course I just started this – 🙂 But pls Check out the colours from rave/techno fashion which are influential this season.. x t.

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  4. Totally Carey it. Maybe not her ‘Wall Street’ pixie crop, but the feathery, growing out stage she has ATM is cute. I reckon you could do it. And with pink-dyed ends, of course 🙂

  5. I think you should just do it! I know it’s easier said than done, but dont worry about what others think! If its a style you like then the style IS you..not you trying to be someone else..if that makes sense lol

  6. Hi Baby, great blog!
    My opinion? I believe in Pink!
    Have a nice day…
    ( http://www.the-parisienne.com/)

  7. Nia

    I’ve been obsessed with this look for a while, especially on Abby, but obvi it would be very difficult for me to pull off! I vote PINK

  8. I think you should give it a try, just a hint, a soft shade..

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