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tls1 asked:

11 May 2009

Should I dye my hair black at the top and green at the bottom????

i am a semi dark skinned black girl and i want to dye my hair black at the top and green at the bottom...and I'm wondering if i should do it...I'm kinda getting into the whole emo/goth thing that's why i wanna dye it those they are my favs so y shouldn't i????



barbipixi says:

Posted on 12 May 2009

i'd think it was cool.

it's kinda emo/punk/raver

if you like standing out go for it


nix says:

Posted on 11 May 2009

Yeah go for it, I've had mine pink, red blue and its purple at the min.

If you dont like it, its easy to dye over with black


undeadxprincess says:

Posted on 11 May 2009

Well hun, if you like it, go for it! but just in my opinion, you should do black on top and green on bottom, and dont get like a puky or dark forest green...yuck :P lol, good luck :]


theladydiva says:

Posted on 19 May 2009

Sounds cool just know u gotta bleach the bottom so that the green can really come out green, or you won't see anything at all. And since you're black our hair needs a lot of moisture! Stay away from the grease! Or your hair will look a mess. Use oil moisturizers instead, and every time you was your hair the green will keep fading, since green isn't a permanent color. But the tint might stay in. Just learn which colors go with which colors since you might want to dye it another color at the bottom when most of the green fades out!

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