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    Posted: July 29 2008 at 5:20am
Ok, I have a challenge I need help with. I'm naturally brunette and have been touching up greys. Now I have 1 inch wide solid streaks of white at my temples and spreading to hairline across my forehead. It's a drag to keep touching up the extremely contrasting roots. So, at 54 I need a practical, economical solution to help me through the transition of colour change. Do I streak and blend, lighten all hair to blend in with white chunks, strip all colour and start sometig new ( I don't mind drastic overnight change)? I'm unemployed and wanting to get back in to the work force, competing with youngies. My spirit is young but I can't hide the waddle on my neck or aged hands..tell tales signs of age. I'm open to funky suggestions, but don't want to look like a lamb in sheep clothing. Any suggestions?
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I use a non ammonia hair dye, by Revlon,
I buy it at Target.
It's like $3.00, works great and doesn't damage my hair!
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Going from colored hair to grey hair is a BIG deal! If you decide to go all natural then you MUST have a cool haircut. Embarrassed
 
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Edited by Karen Shelton - January 10 2009 at 8:10am
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