04 Mar 2020
March 4, 2020

Men/Women and Hair Colour…

Wednesday 4th March 2020

Daily Blog NO.95.
Hair colouring has been around for a long time. The technology has progressed through out the years to make it is easier to change the colour of your own hair at home.

Little do we know if you aren’t a hairdresser that the colour of your own hair is not always compatible to the colour you choose to apply. As I’m sure everyone has found out in experimental times in the past.

 Feb 2020

Not only does this apply to females but men have had a dabble in the technicolour’s that are out on the market also.  Some are more adventurous than others.

Yet many choose colouring to make the creeping older years disappear and hope that they will look many years younger again. Some succeed and some don’t.

I myself have had many a colour and hair style thought out the years. As you can see with my hair at the moment (from other blogs) that I am not scared to change my appearance at split second choice.

From taking my hair short or shaving it off completely to going all the colours under the rainbow. This you have not seen yet but there is still time when it decided to grow back (wont be long as its growing very fast).

Dec 2000

That’s me through and through though. If I could change my hair colour every day then I would. That’s what I have the wigs for.

I have been quiet tame recently with my natural colour but this is also to give it a rest form all the colour and peroxide I have put on it in the past.

Men and colouring in general leave the creativity thing to us women but when the idea pops into their head in a fetish way it is to give them a feminine image in a masculine way.

This is very possible but it is all down to the individual to carry it off. To be confident with you new image is very important as you are going to be living with it for at least 6 weeks until it needs maintenance or you can change it to another colour or style.

Too many colour changes so close together will be bad for the hair and also hair colouring changes shade through out the weeks of wear.

May 2019

I wont go into that as that’s hairdressers talk and I don’t want to confuse you, lets keep it simple. As I mentioned before if you aren’t a qualified hairdresser you wont know the behind the scene knowledge on colouring and maintenance.

Hair colouring can be a statement or a punishment. Depending when and where it happens…

if you would like a colour or style change in whatever scenario you would like to choose EG: Normal or fetish world then contact me and we can converse more about customising it for your life style.

I will look forward to receiving your inquiries.