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I never realised how much hair colour says about you and how important getting the right shade can be. Seems trivial, but when I decided to discard my 16 year long reign of blonde I got a taste of that strange world of brunette. It wasn’t that the colour didn’t suit me… although everyone said they preferred the blonde. Perhaps the old saying ‘Blondes have more fun’ is a cliché for a reason?
I found that without my bright hair to stand out in a crowd, I felt a little lost and suddenly lost elements of my loud a vibrant personality, becoming quiet and slightly withdrawn. For most people, hair colour is am matter of identity. One close friend of mine went from brunette to red, to purple, to black, back to brown but with a white streak and now she is a sandy blonde. I can connect these changes in her hair colour directly to the progression of a very hard period of her life, in which I guess she was searching for some way to solidify her identity and to let everyone know it.
Millions of people do this everyday, expressing themselves via vibrant colour or crazy cuts, or even just by finding the perfect natural tone to suit them. Either way, any one who says hair is just hair obviously fails to take into account how much of our individuality we would lose if we were all bald!