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Hair by Jennifer

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Hair by Jonathan

Hair by Jonathan

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Hair and makeup by Jonathan

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Carrie has had lots of fun with her hair during these 4 months.  Her plan is to do it again around Christmas.  She enjoys each week with the variations of curl as they appear.  At this point, she is thinking twice a year would be good for her.  Some clients with curlier or denser hair are thinking they might like three times, but no one has gotten to 16 weeks yet to make that decision.

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Hair coloring

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As a hair chameleon, I can tell you first hand that the world treats people very differently based on their haircolor (whether inherited or created.)  I also have observed that if you are getting lots of positive feedback from the world, it is easier to be confident. (We’ve talked about that here before.)

Courtesy of the Daily Mail, we have info on new research (sponsored by Clairol, don’t you know!):

To dye for: Blondes really do have more fun as study reveals women with lighter hair have more confidence

By Fiona Macrae
Last updated at 2:22 AM on 24th September 2008

It has long been reckoned that blondes have more fun – but now they are thought to be more confident and amorous too.

Scientists claim their research shows that bleaching hair does wonders for a woman’s self-image.

They feel more attractive, more likely to ask someone out on a date and become more adventurous in the bedroom.

Read the rest here.

I would love to hear your stories of how haircolor changed your life.

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