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What is your virgin hair color?
« on: 19 May 14 / 06:27 AM »
I'm thinking there will be a lot of medium browns. Level 4-5.

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Re: What is your virgin hair color?
« Reply #1 on: 19 May 14 / 07:31 AM »
I started out blonde as a kid, and over the years it's darkened to a mousey ash brown.
 

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Re: What is your virgin hair color?
« Reply #2 on: 19 May 14 / 08:32 AM »
Very dark brown naturally
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Re: What is your virgin hair color?
« Reply #3 on: 19 May 14 / 09:35 AM »
Mousy blah boring nondescript yuk.
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Re: What is your virgin hair color?
« Reply #4 on: 19 May 14 / 10:33 AM »
White blonde as a child now dark brown. Always wanted black like my mum, but it didn't happen.

No idea of the level, I've never really found that all that useful. Even when I was hairdressing as everyone seems to measure it differently.
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Re: What is your virgin hair color?
« Reply #5 on: 19 May 14 / 10:44 AM »
Level 5 light brown, I think. My natural haircolour has always been an question nobody could answer for sure. :')
 

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Re: What is your virgin hair color?
« Reply #6 on: 19 May 14 / 03:43 PM »
Brown-black, level 2. It's gotten a lot darker over the years and lost all its natural multi-tonal highlights so it's rather blah and flat looking.
 

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Re: What is your virgin hair color?
« Reply #7 on: 20 May 14 / 02:36 PM »
Very dark brown - level 2.
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Re: What is your virgin hair color?
« Reply #8 on: 20 May 14 / 03:09 PM »
Mine was medium-dark brown, then it went mostly grey. (It started when I was 17) Recently it is growing in more brown and less grey, I have no idea why! Areas that were salt and pepper are now solid brown, and areas that were solid white are now salt and pepper. All very odd.
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Re: What is your virgin hair color?
« Reply #9 on: 20 May 14 / 07:40 PM »
Mine was a level 9/10 when I was very young and looked white during the summer. I also tanned very, very easily back then too, my skin would be so dark and my hair so light! When I was about 5/6 it started darkening to more of a golden blonde level 8, and by the time I was probably 9/10 it was a level 6/7 dark very ashy blonde that looked green sometimes it was so ashy. It's stayed the same ever since and I don't have any greys yet, curious to see how that will go. On my Dad's side there's a lot of solid light grey/white, on my Mom's side there's scattered salt + pepper, dark grey, and my grandma had solid black hair without a single grey hair until the day she died. I hope I go solid white/grey/dark grey eventually!
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Re: What is your virgin hair color?
« Reply #10 on: 20 May 14 / 07:45 PM »
I get that thing where it's so ashy it's almost green too. Always hated it and that's why I started dying!

When I bleach it goes direct to yellow with no red too. Of course, it then gets stuck at bright yellow for ages lol For a long time I actually thought there was a lot of red in my hair (even though I knew that didn't make sense with it being so greenish) because I'd cover my hair when bleaching and seeing the bright yellow when the bleach had been on for ages made me thought it was taking ages to get through the red!
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Re: What is your virgin hair color?
« Reply #11 on: 24 May 14 / 01:21 PM »
It like a golden ashy dark blond, around a level 8. I only know this because I had big roots and wanted to go back natural, it lasted two weeks over my level 12 coloured hair mid lengths and ends.
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Re: What is your virgin hair color?
« Reply #12 on: 24 May 14 / 09:40 PM »
A nasty dirty blonde/mousey brown that always looks greasy and gross.
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Re: What is your virgin hair color?
« Reply #13 on: 26 May 14 / 11:11 PM »
It was dirty blonde as a child & is nondescript mousey as an adult.
 

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Re: What is your virgin hair color?
« Reply #14 on: 27 May 14 / 01:30 AM »
My natural colour is dark brown a level 2 or 3

When I was a baby my hair was almost black, it gradually lightened to a dark blonde colour by the time I was about 5, stayed like that until about 12 and over the years it's gradually gotten darker and darker
 

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Re: What is your virgin hair color?
« Reply #15 on: 27 May 14 / 04:58 AM »
im not sure of the level, but mine is an ashy light brown that would get gold and red streaks in it from the sun. so strange.  my eyes are a mix of greens and a bit of golden brown, and in the summer, they always totally matched my natural hair color.
 

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Re: What is your virgin hair color?
« Reply #16 on: 27 May 14 / 05:59 AM »
My mother told me I was born with pitch black hair, and it all fell out and grew back in medium brown, which became more of a dark brown ("with lots of red in it", as a hairstylist once told me) by the time I passed toddler years.
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Re: What is your virgin hair color?
« Reply #17 on: 27 May 14 / 12:34 PM »
I don't even know how to describe my color. I's ginger, but kind of amber-brown-thing...slightly more brown in winter time, flashing orange whenever the sun strikes back in spring or summer. I'll attach pictures of the two shades, i need to know what level you guys think it is because i have serious problems telling apart similar colors  *stars*

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Re: What is your virgin hair color?
« Reply #18 on: 27 May 14 / 07:32 PM »
Mine is very dark brown. Looks black in certain lights.
 

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Re: What is your virgin hair color?
« Reply #19 on: 27 May 14 / 09:30 PM »
@Nerdiemonster - your hair colour is amazing - it's almost the same as your eyes!

My hair is dark blonde naturally. It also does that annoying almost green thing sometimes as it gets very ashy, but then I have some bits that are a golden straw colour especially in the summer. It's weird.
 

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Re: What is your virgin hair color?
« Reply #20 on: 27 May 14 / 11:41 PM »
In the winter, dark, dirty blonde. In the summer, white, platinum blonde.
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Re: What is your virgin hair color?
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Re: What is your virgin hair color?
« Reply #22 on: 28 May 14 / 02:45 PM »
@Nerdiemonster - your hair colour is amazing - it's almost the same as your eyes!

Thanks! In Spain most people just say it's somewhat disturbing that both my hair and eyes are amber-orange-ish, asides from all the "haha gingers don't have souls" jokes, so i've always hated it...I'm jealous of your natural color, I've always wanted to rock blonde hair but it just doesn't suit me T___T
 

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Re: What is your virgin hair color?
« Reply #23 on: 29 May 14 / 07:00 AM »
@Nerdiemoster, your natural hair is gorgeous! My natural hair changes colour due to seasons and light. Its a ashy golden blond. In summer it getd lighter and winter darker ofc. But in  certain artificial light it's more ashy and other its golden and in natural light it's a combination. Aha.
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Re: What is your virgin hair color?
« Reply #24 on: 05 Jun 14 / 11:08 AM »
Generally, my hair is a medium blonde but it usually lightens considerably during the summer; provided I go on holidays.
It's usually raining during summer here  *puzz*
 

 

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