What Does Black/Brunette Hair Say About Me?!

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My entire family has black/brunette hair since we are mostly Indian-origin. When I was younger, I knew I was different, but it was hard to understand as there were not many Indians in my school. I also heard quite frequently that blondes have more fun, and I used to look around and sure enough, the popular girls were usually those with blonde beautiful locks. But, I never let this get to me! I knew I was having fun as a black/brunette haired girl.

So, I’m here to break that stereotype!

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As a child, I also remember having stick straight hair and always looking at my mother’s gorgeous curls and secretly wishing for them. Little did I know, my hair was going to spring into curls as a teenager. The discovery was funny – I went to school with wet curls and one of my favorite teachers gasped with glee at my hair! I pardoned myself to the bathroom and gasped myself. My hair was in pretty little curls. I had always taken a blowdryer and brush to my hair every morning and straightened it without realizing.

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Anyway, my personality is definitely something that came out of my experience throughout my childhood and still keeps growing with every day! But, I feel that my black/brunette hair has given me some confidence in myself and let myself know that I am more than just my beautiful hair! See below:

 

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Are you trying to find the hair color for you?! You can take the hair dye here!

Haven’t heard of Madison Reed? They are a hair dye company that I stumbled upon that has re-engineered hair color, making it a healthier, salon-quality alternative. They created dye that is free of PPD, sulfates, resorcinol, ammonia and gluten

 

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23 Comments

  1. I hadn’t heard of this company yet but I may have to look into it. I’ve been playing with hair dye for years but stopped doing boxes about 5 years ago after having a beautiful turn to a horrible pink in just weeks. This sounds like a great alternative!

  2. I am a redhead by choice, and red is extremely hard to do and maintain because it fades so quickly. I wouldn’t dream of doing it myself. Vidal Sassoon Salon in Boston gets all my money 😉

  3. Your hair is absolutely gorgeous! I have never heard of Madison Reed before, but I am very curious to learn more!

  4. I love your hair color. It’s absolutely perfect for you! I’ve always longed for super dark hair but it just comes off way too harsh for me =(

  5. I love your hair color! My natural hair color is so dark it’s often mistaken for black 🙂

  6. I like your hair color, it’s gorgeous!

  7. I love darker hair and I’ve never coloured mine. Mine is a bit bleached in parts now (don’t ask how, but it involves an accident). I wish I had natural curls though 🙁

  8. You have beautiful hair girl… and I think dark hair is so sexy. I love to change my hair up but always find I look slimmer and more exotic when I let my natural dark brown or black grow.

  9. Which lip color are you wearing in the first picture? It looks so pretty!

  10. I was usually the only kid in school with black hair too. I liked my hair colour until I got bitten by he dye bug and realized how annoying dark hair could be!

  11. Your natural color and curl are both gorgeous!

  12. Your hair is beautiful! 🙂

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