And I don't think that there is a necessity of asking some other people (even us) about their opinion. And I am telling you this not because I am too lazy to answer you :cheer: :cheer: :cheer: :cheer: I am telling you this because it is your hair and nobody ever can know how it should look better than you, because you will have a new hairstyle, not they. People are free to think about your hair whatever they want and to express their opinions in all possible ways, but let's be honest, does it matter if you look in the mirror and see that you are gorgeous? No, it doesn't. Absolutely.
Anyway, it is just a hair! Guys have told you that after their experiment with hair lightening their hair became thin, weak, dry, fragile, impossible to brush and even blue. But now everything is alright, or will be alright soon, because if you don't like your hair and the general state of it, you always can cut it off and then let it grow again. Cut off and grow, cut off and grow, over and over again. Life is short and if you want some changes, do it with no doubt. Even if you are mistaken, time will bring everything back (the rule works not with everything, but as for hair it works).
I think that you should not worry about whether it suits you or not just because 'blond' is not one color which can suit one and look terrible for another one. Do you know how many shades of blond are there? Thousands! And do you think that none of these thousands will suit you? At least one probably will, so don't worry. Especially if you have a light skin and light (blue, green, grey, but not brown) eyes. I don't mean that for guys with darker skin and brown eyes hair lightening is forbidden, but it looks less naturally than for guys with light eyes and skin. Good luck in choosing your own blond!
I agree that hair dyeing and hair lightening is not forever. And you don't have to lighten your hair radically, just a couple of shades lighter is already a change, but not that kind of change you can regret about just after doing it. I mean that you will probably have to deal with dark roots which you will have to dye every two weeks (in a better case every month) to look naturally with the lightened hair if the colour you have chosen for lightening is much lighter than your natural hair colour. So if you want radical changes from brunet into icy blond, it may be rather problematic.
Let me tell you one thing. If you have doubts whether lightened hair will suit you or not, you don't have to do a long-term hair lightening. There are different kinds of short- term hair dyers and lighteners, for example, a lightening shampoo - you just wash your hair and viola - it is 2-3 shades lighter. It is cheap, easy in usage and what it the main point - you can look in the mirror, say "No, I don't like it". And then immediately wash this "masterpiece" out. If not immediately, then in a week or two, but not in 2-3 month as it would be with a usual hair lightener. Good luck.
Have you ever thought about natural hair lighteners? They have lots of benefits comparing to chemical ones. First of all because they don't damage your hair, don't overdry it, don't destroy the inner structure of it, don't make it fragile and weak. Oppositely, they are very helpful for your hair's health, they make it strong and shiny. Secondly, they don't change the shade of your hair radically. The previous posters have told you about the danger of looking unnaturally, dealing with dark roots and regretting about radical changes of the image with time, so it is a big benefit.
I have never tried to lighten or to dye my hair and I don't think that I will ever do it. But you are not me and you are free to do with your hair whatever you want. If you feel that lightening your hair will express your personality better and will make you more beautiful and attractive, then listen to yourself and do it whatever other people think. You say that you care about your appearance and beauty means a lot for you. It deserves respecting. Real beauty is not on;ly a hair colour. It is when you look in the mirror and understand rhat you are beautiful. And if to reach it you need to lighten your har, then go for it.
I don't think we should dye hair. We can be pretty without it. But if you like it you are wellcome! ;) As for me I prefer short hair and stylish hairdo. But I hate hair gel, hair foam or other substance on my hair. I don't like too long hair I think men with long hair looks like hippy or rock stars. But not everyone is a rock star. :lol:
You know as for me, I am not focused that much on the hairdo I wear. I have a short hair because a long hair is much harder to care about - to brush and to wash. As for dyeing and lightening, there was such kind of experiment in my life and it failed. So that is why I prefer not to dye my hair anymore. I am for natural looking. I don't mind if people dye their hair or do any other experiments with it, but it is not for me. I don't deny that someday I can change my mind, but now I like my hair the way it is and I have no desire to change anything. But of course, I care about my hair.
i know that it is very popular among men to dye their hair but i think that it is not good and i dont like to see the men with dyed hair if it looks not natural. and in most cases it looks awful and not natural at all. i have never died my hair and i dont want to do it. but my partner did and i have changed my opinion about this procedure for men. the hair of my partner started going grey and he cant stop and he decided that the best decision would be to duy his hair. and it looks really nise and not visible at all. but i think that blond wont look natural.
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