Myths, Legends, and Hair Coloring

“And so where do you get your hair colored?”  She’s massaging my head with that great-smelling minty shampoo that’s my favorite.

“Oh, nope.  No color.”

“What?!  This?”  She runs her fingers through the hair she’ll soon be sweeping off the floor.  “This isn’t colored?  This honey-brown-auburn?”

At the hairdresser �¢�?�? woman gets new hair colour

“Actually, I do kind of love this color.  It’s probably only a matter of time before I’ll need to color it, but that’s just why I never have — I’m afraid I wouldn’t get this back.”

Her fingers freeze against my scalp.  “Wait.  What?  This has… you have… never… never colored your hair?  I’ve heard about people like you!  I think I read about you in school!”

She read about me in school.

Tricia Lott Williford

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  1. I’m one of those as well. 🙂 I did get a few face-framing highlights once, and that was fun, but getting my hair colored is expensive and I like my hair color. It’s so dark brown it’s almost black but it has glints of copper and dark dark red running through it, especially when I spend time outdoors.

  2. I guess I’m the stuff of myths and legends too, since I don’t color my hair, but I would never be mistaken for someone who does. Plain ol’ dark brown with (as the 9 year-old likes to say) lots and lots of grey hairs. 🙂

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