Now, another funny story before the pictures:
I met up with a friend from university. Initially, this lady was a critic of mine, she gave me a mean nickname during uni due to my long-hair, surprisingly, and unbeknownst to me as to how, we became good friends. During our sit down, she was there with her brother you see and another friend of ours, I explained as to how my hair used to be blonde earlier in the day, her brother asked, were you at Starbucks in "so-&-so" yesterday, at around "so-&-so" time? I said yes, and he told me he was there, interviewing peeps, and I was a hot topic of conversation and ridicule..
Imagine that, 2 generations from the same family, mock me for the same reason!!
I found it quite amusing really :P
Part 1: The Blondification of Lord Aymz
|New Master Salon; Off the main road into Jabriya, I highly recommend them!|
|This is how I looked walking in|
|halfway thru the blondification process|
|its more orange than blonde, right?|
|Robocop! You gotta hydrate the follicles|
Part 2: Blonde and Back Again, The return to Brune
Ok, I wanted to do this myself at home, but I read alot of freak stories of people dying blonde hair brune and ending up with green, something about the base of brown being a dye of blue and yellow, and then the blue reacts with the blonde and you end up with Green. So I thought, اترك الخبز لخبازه (an arabic saying which means leave the bread to its baker).
I enjoyed the look halfway through, "Will the real Slim Shady Please Stand up".
And it cost me the equivalent of 3.75KD (the bruning, and shortening), which is roughly what I pay for a hair cut here in Kuwait!
|The last picture of my golden locks :(|
|Eminem, eat your heart out ;)|
|enter the brune dye|
|Heres lookin' at you kid.|
1) which look was better, brune or blonde?
2) which look was better, long or short?
Next Holiday, I'm getting Corn Rows!