Tuesday, June 21, 2005

No...It's Not a Giant Eggplant


Another view of the hair...this time at least my head appears to be somewhat normal-size. Oh, and ignore the ultra dark eggplant color. I can't wait until enough time has passed that I I can lighten it up. Again I must whine....the box said True Red! There ain't nothing true red about this shade. *frownie face* Oh, and it's official I am the least photogenic person in the world. Hehe!

10 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

the hair looks good and you look good...chandler smile..not so much *LOL* j/k ...i like it :)

Beth

6/21/2005 7:54 PM  
Blogger LaLa Lisa said...

Yes, model material I'm not! ;o) I can frown or glare at the camera...smile, not so much. Haha!

6/21/2005 8:15 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

well if you think about it..how many models actually smile? *LOL*
Beth

6/21/2005 9:03 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I like the color. You look chic. Change is good. I mean, who would you rather be in In Style magazine: the girl who has different looks and styles over the years (for better or worse) OR Goldie Hawn and Courtney Cox??? They run photos from 2 decades and they have the same hairdo. Quite embarrassing.

BTW, stop calling me out like that!!

-Tram

6/22/2005 12:35 AM  
Blogger LaLa Lisa said...

Bethers- Would you smile if you were on a starvation diet 24/7? Hehe. Although, the big checks would be nice!

Tram- She speaks! Oh my goodness! I think people were beginning to think you were a figment of my imagination. Haha! I'd rather be the girl in the mag whose head doesn't look like a big 'ol vegetable. ;o)

6/22/2005 7:16 AM  
Anonymous Ginger said...

OH it's really cute!!! It looks a lot like my hair (so thus is must be cute!)

Seriously though - it's great. You must use a great straightening iron, eh? The Chi?

6/22/2005 8:51 AM  
Blogger LaLa Lisa said...

Ginger- Thanks! Actually, this was taken after it was done at the salon, so I haven't had to replicate it yet. Who knows what it'll look like when I do it. :) Curse the naturally curly hair! The stylist used a small ceramic iron. I have one at home too, but it's a little larger. I wouldn't have the patience to use the tiny iron she did. It took forever! Oh, and she said not to use a round brush anymore since it breaks the hair and causes more frizzes. So I have to use a paddle brush to straighten it while I blow dry. We'll see how well that works. I'm skeptical...

I've seen your hair style and it's so much cuter and flattering on you. You suck! ;o) Haha!

6/22/2005 9:19 AM  
Blogger West Coast Mia said...

I think this is a great picture. I love the color. Anytime I dye my hair with something that has red in the title it seems to turn almost orange. I want your hair color.

6/22/2005 10:33 AM  
Anonymous Ginger said...

Thanks! I owe it ALL to the flat iron. (I just have a moderately priced Revlon one and a cheap one for just the bangs.) My hair is naturally very wavy - so . . .

6/22/2005 11:16 AM  
Blogger LaLa Lisa said...

Mia- You can have it...I'll trade you. If I do a home job again because I'm broke girl..I think I'll go back to using Feria. I have better results and the color usually ends up like the box says it will.

Ginger- My hair use to have spiral curls and then a few years back I started having it relaxed. (Even though I'm not black the salon would have to use the same straightener on my hair that they did on African hair since the curl was so tight.) I got tired of the expense of it and how damaging it was to my hair, so now I'm just left over with some sort of wierd curl on the bottom, but it appears to be growing in wavy. I don't know what's going on with it. I give up! :)

I spent about $80 or so on my ceramic flat iron, but I needed something heavy duty and large since I have so much hair.

6/22/2005 1:22 PM  

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