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calling all alternative types, hair do links for me please

(12 Posts)
Tortington Tue 26-Jun-07 15:02:31

so, i have had my hair every chuffing colour, colour i am not afraid of.

now. i work in an office , i see people and have to reresent the organisation

however - i do the "touchy , feely" shit so can get away with eccentric.

i am 35.

i hate boring hair on myself. and i just have a nnnnnnnnnnnneeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeed to change it - i think you know what i mean.

please therefore could you do me some links.

not too outragous, but enough. i'm not exactly 17 anymore, but then again i am not afraid of colour.

is there a @medium@ by way of being alternative?

Tortington Tue 26-Jun-07 15:12:55

please do me
do me good

noddyholder Tue 26-Jun-07 15:14:59

you have lovely hair you silly moo!I think you would suit a bold red though as you look like kirsty macoll and that has always looked good on her.Hope you are bearing up I am going to get dp to give you a drum lesson when you are up to it!

Tortington Tue 26-Jun-07 15:19:03


will have to consider a house with room for a drum kit!!!! OMG i may explode with delight.

Tortington Tue 26-Jun-07 15:59:00

do me do me do me do me

MrsSpoon Tue 26-Jun-07 16:04:08

custardo, no idea what you look like at all so no idea if something like this would suit you but I've just recently had my hair chopped into a bit of a pob (my hairdressers words, not mine, it's just a choppy bob) and I have chunky bits of blonde underneath IYKWIM but just at the one side. Sounds odd but IMO it is nice and I've had loads of compliments.

bundle Tue 26-Jun-07 16:05:18

do you want wash n go?
or are you happy straightening,styling etc?

MrsSpoon Tue 26-Jun-07 16:07:47

Actually just noticed the "alternative types" bit in your heading, not sure if you would really call me/my style "alternative" not these days anyway.

Tortington Tue 26-Jun-07 16:14:14

its colourmore than not style

i have long dark brown hair - how should the colour be - in a chunk at the front
underneath. am thinking pink.

noddyholder Tue 26-Jun-07 16:15:07

What about a sharp cleopatra type bob with dark on top and crimson underneath.

bundle Tue 26-Jun-07 16:15:52

<<thunk @ chunk @ front>>>

MrsSpoon Tue 26-Jun-07 16:27:37

Pink underneath sounds fab! With chunks of your own colour over the top. If I still have this style in the winter I am going to go for bright red underneath instead of the blonde.

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