Thursday, July 24, 2008

DID YOU KNOW....

Did you know that if you have dark brown hair with white steaks and you try to lighten your dark brown hair with peroxide based 'Sun In' in order to make the white streaks a little less obvious that the dark brown hair will NOT lighten an iota while the white hair will in fact turn a blinding brilliant shade of pure neon white making it even more obvious that they exist?

I know that now.

Grrrrrr!

10 comments:

garnett109 said...

yikes

lazarai said...

I'm surprised your dark brown hair didn't turn brassy red!! That's what mine does no matter WHAT color I dye it. :( I use medium brown to cover the gray, but the minute I go outside in the sun (which is HARD to avoid here in FL), my hair is black, white and red all over (like a newspaper, right?!). LOL

Oh well. I'm hoping some day the whole mop turns bright white...now THAT would be cool.

:) Carol

glensfork4 said...

I didn't but thanks for telling me....I will leave my daughters sun-in on the shelf & deal with the multi stands of gray...


LOL

Michele

deshelestraci said...

Oh me!  

sdoscher458 said...

dark hair with white streaks...yeeks...reminds me of Frankenstein's wife with the hair straight up! When Alisa used that on her hair it turned really reddish..maybe you have to get a light brown dye and blend the grey gradually that way..good luck....love, Sandi

justplainbill said...

Jodi, I certainly did not know that. Do you have pictures so I can better understand your description? Bill

swmpgrly said...

oh noo i did not know that

princesssaurora said...

I have two words and a letter for you:  Nice n Easy.  Very simple to use, no neon.  lol

be well,
Dawn

helmswondermom said...

LOL!  That's good to know!
Lori

dbp2000 said...

Have not "heard" from you in a while.  Hope everything is okay. Your entries always make me smile/laugh.

Donna