Bangs, fringe, breakage — whatever you call it, it'll fit in some butterfly clips.
Among the things I really am not looking
forward to--including my taxes, visiting the lady doctor, moving, and
getting shingles--is touching up my roots or dyeing my whole head back to black. Attaining this color took a lot of
patience and meditationm separating physical pain from my state of being.
When I commit, though, I’m ride-or-die, so in all likelihood, I will be dragging my ass back
to the salon in a month’s time to spook these roots right and proper.
But that doesn’t mean I can’t find crazy fixes in the
meantime! One option that’s never been open to me before is crazy Rainbow Brite
hair colors. I’m sure all
you beauty zealots are aware of hair chalk, but have any of you thought about using
it as a root camo? I mean, I’m not going to blonde-ify my roots via chalk, that’s
for sure, but I thought it’d be fun to highlight them with some bold
Since taking step-by-step photos would mean touching my
camera with chalk-filth hands, I thought the best way to do this would be via
the cinema. This way, everyone can witness the full banana of my charm arsenal,
like how my nose is always slightly runny, or how my mild dyslexia is
constantly mugging for attention as soon as a camera is in my face, or my
inability to complete spoken sentences or describe colors.
OK, now I don’t know if the contrast was wonky on my
computer-cam, but here’s one more close-up photo, just so you can see how dope my spooley brushing skills are.
For the record, if you think blondes get atención, pink gets
you major points with children and punk girls with half-shaved heads and
denim cut-off everythings (there was a winking situation--I didn’t know what to