This might surprise you, but the decision to go back to my natural hair color has been one of the most difficult I had to make in recent years. I've been experimenting with hair colors for half my life. I went from all shades of red, to black, purple, orange, peach, turquoise, blonde and everything in between. I was never afraid to experiment with color and I had so much fun along the way. My hair has not been damaged in the process and I never regretted my choices. But I've been thinking about a change for quite a while now. Maybe I was trying to settle down to a more familiar tone now that I am a mother, or maybe I've exhausted my options. I can't quite pinpoint was exactly drove me to this decision. I last dyed my hair last year in May and I knew I wanted to let it grow out for a while, give it a break, some room to breathe and to regenerate. I had a very specific vision for how my new hair should look like, so I made an appointment with Jenci, my favorite hairstylist at Dichiseria. We decided the best option was to color the blonde strands in my natural hair color, while leaving out a few and dye them purple in order to obtain a nice effect. Needless to say I am over the moon excited with the way it turned out, it's exactly what I imagined.
I know I've said this before, but I am a Leo, so I take great pride in my mane. You'll have to excuse me but I get overly excited when it comes to talking about my hair! I almost forgot that I need to mention this brand new white dress I have added to my collection. I told you this summer I'll be wearing lots of whites. This is not entirely my style, it's more serious than what I have accustomed you with here on the blog, but I like it because it has a certain degree of gravitas. It was about time my sartorial choices became more serious! Is matronly the word I am looking for? Nah, I wouldn't go that far.
dress: Woman Fashion