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My Hair Is Silver Now, No Roots As I Take After My Dad In That Department

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Bobbisox1 | 09:23 Sat 18th Sep 2021 | Body & Soul
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I fancy a pale pink toner or a champagne colour but I’m not sure what product to use, any ideas?
I’ve always been the adventurous type :0)

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You could wear one of these, no one would notice you. https://www.wigglestatic.com/product-media/102165741/dhb-Balaclava-Balaclavas-Black-AW19-AL0247ONESIZE.jpg
13:55 Sat 18th Sep 2021
All over pale pink or champagne is a bit old fashioned now I think. That smacks of ‘the blue rinse brigade’. How about really going for it with a few random ‘stripes’ of colour? Purple, blue, pink? The young girl in our local shop buys something from Tesco for around £4. Her hair has multi coloured 'stripes.
Laurent-Perrier would be my choice-;)
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I’m adventurous Naomi but not as adventurous as that haha
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So just pour it over as if rinsing sqad?
Just please no pink. It's unflattering and rather common now. And string on older people. Just enhance your silver. Unfortunately my hair is refusing to go silver except for a couple of streaks of silver. So with help from my hairdresser it's a mix of dark blonde with silver highlights.
Ageing not string!!!!
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Lofty I see my friends hair and she’s a much darker silver than I am, I love my natural silver colour but just fancied experimenting :0)
I would tend to say leave it Bobbs. My Grandma always wanted to go silver, but she resolutely stayed a steely gray. I would have loved for her to go silver grey and get her wish. But, if you are adamant, a champagne colour sounds good to me !
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Mine sorta went straight away Shirl, from being dark blonde to Simon my trusty hairdresser, matching my natural roots to the rest of my hair , he’s a genius ;)
My mother and grandmother both went silver in their 80s, and my few streaks are a lovely soft silver, but I think I will have to wait for a few years before the silver is all over. My blonde hair as a child turned to mousey brown, which it still is. But since 15 years old it miraculously went blonde;o). Access attempts at other colours, but I'm blond at heart!!
I should really check my posts before posting. 'Access'! ?
//The young girl in our local shop buys something from Tesco for around £4. Her hair has multi coloured 'stripes.//

Careful now, that the stripes doesn't run down your back ; or you'll have folk using it as a zebra crossing
But please not pink, green, purple, etc.
My friends hair is silvery white which is great because I can always find her if we get separated in the supermarket!
Mine is what I describe as 50 shades of grey and I wish it was silver.
I wouldn't mess with it if I were you Bobbs, unless you try something that will wash out.
Go for it, it will cheer you up and if you hate it is easily rectified
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It’ll definitely be wash in-wash out Barsel , maybe I’ll do it next week after we attend my very good friends funeral this Monday .

This is my natural colour now

https://ibb.co/gd5z9Dz
I love that colour, wish mine was like that.
My friend whose hair is that colour sometimes puts a bit of something pink in her hair, but I don't know what she uses and it's just random, here and there.
Bobs, don't know anything about hair colourants but i do know you can get a nice pink emulsion paint called Granny Chic :-)))
People would pay a fortune to have their hair that colour bobbi. I have below shoulder length blonde with natural grey highlights in -haven't touched it since before lock-down-and I get lots of compliments. Dying your hair pink will just look desperate and champagne will look like a cheap blonde color has been put on. Your hair looks fab.
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Haha, don’t ever want to look cheap,
Will it wash out Ken? ;0)))

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