Bluntness100 · 22/06/2017 23:37
She never wanted to. I guess I'd have tried to talk her out of it, but if she really wanted to, I'd have agreed it.
However she saw her friends do it, and seldom was it a good result and always regretted after the first few days, and caused some hilarity within their group, inc from the newly dyed person.
Nelly5678 · 22/06/2017 23:42
Depends on the colour and as long as she's aware of the problems it can cause and it may need to be cut out at some point if she ever wants healthy hair again (I dyed mine black once then 4 years later wanted to go blue, professional took a sample of my hair as I was having it trimmed anyway and it stretched to three times its length then snapped in 30 seconds so had to be cut out)
MidsummerMoo · 23/06/2017 09:01
I was definitely 'experimenting' with hair dye at that age...right if passage...but that's very different to having a proper expensive job in a salon, which seems unnecessary at that age.
However, if she has pocket money she saves and wants to spend it on such a thing, that can be her choice...but agree that she'd then have to be responsible for upkeep to.
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