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Picture taken by my friend Cyndi Leos....thank you Cyndi.

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

I Wonder How I'd Look As A Redhead...

For some time now, years, I have wanted to become a redhead. 

Our family genealogy is a little Irish, a little Norwegian, a bit of Pennsylvania Dutch and some German.  I focus on the Irish.  I have red headed cousins. My oldest grandson was born with red hair. My hair used to be a reddish blond in my twenties and early thirties.

When my sister and I were taking pictures of one another, we both noticed how gray my hair looked compared to hers.

Today, I told my hair dresser we are going to try something new... it turned out more strawberry blond, but it is a good start...and I LOVE IT!

10 comments:

Mari said...

We need pictures!

DJan said...

Great! And the fact that you love it is most important, but Mari is right: how about a peek at the new color??

That corgi :) said...

I agree, Donna, we need pictures! go for it with the redhead! Its always temporary anyway what we do with hair since it grows or the color fades, so go for it!

betty

Betty said...

You can´t tease us like that and now show what it looks like!! :)
Sounds lovely though.

Teresa - in the Middle Side of Life said...

pictures! pictures! pictures! your fan club is waiting to see pictures!

sounds lovely.

Chatty Crone said...

Can't wait to see some pictures too. sandie

DrSoosie said...

Yay..it is so fun to change something about yourself...even when it comes out of a bottle. I love to try new make-up. You are brave to go red. I am sure you look beautiful!!!

Donna B said...

OK you guys... I edited the post and added the pic. I could not add it last night due to some problem with attaching pictures. Thank you all for your sweet comments and support.

DJan said...

What a wonderful color! It doesn't look dyed at all but completely natural! A great treat for the eyes.

Chatty Crone said...

Oh la la - like that color - makes you look under. Looks blonde too - so do blondes have more fun? You will have to let us know.

Love,
sandie