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06-23-2019 07:47 PM
It occurred to me while watching the wig presentation that obvious roots are now okay?! And it seems it's been that way for a while now. Just wondering when the tide turned?
It doesn't seem so long ago that when a woman dyed her hair blond she was presenting the image of a natural blond and not wanting to look like a brunette who dyed her hair blond?!
06-23-2019 08:09 PM
I don’t know but I don’t like them.
That’s the reason I don’t buy Toni Brattain wigs from QVC. I only buy them directly from her company. Those don’t have black roots.
I asked them why they are different and the salesperson at the website said that’s the way QVC wants them.
06-23-2019 08:19 PM
This has been a pet peeve of mine for a long time. Why anyone would buy a blond wig with an inch of dark "roots" is beyond me. To me, a blonde with dark roots showing gives the impression that a visit to the colorist is overdue, and doesn't look well-groomed. JMHO. The "natural" look is definitely not in fashion anymore. I liked it better the old way, lol.
06-23-2019 08:20 PM
06-23-2019 08:21 PM
I think there is a definite difference between grown-out dark roots and intentional dark roots. Intentional dark roots require a bit of blending from darker to lighter and there's no stark line of demarcation between the two shades which makes it look bad. If the two-tone hair is done right then ousting the taboo works and in some cases it doesn't really look that bad, imo.
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