37 thoughts on “Is dyed colored hair stylish or cringe?

  1. Anonymous says:

    Non-natural hair colors are becoming stylish and popular with normies, but it’s not quite there. You will still be looked at as questionable by most of society, and need to prove you are not a degenerate or radical feminist. I happen to know that traditionally conservative Publix, that is know for strict dress/appearance codes, allows for one non-natural hair color application (the girl in your pic would not be acceptable).

    • Anonymous says:

      My 60 year old aunt dyed her hair purple a couple of years ago. Then it faded and she did it again and again, as of now it’s anime blue. It actually works pretty well because her hair is white otherwise. Her patients love it.

      Also if "degenerate" is in your vocabulary for unironic purposes, your opinion is invalid.

    • Anonymous says:

      >Non-natural hair colors are becoming stylish and popular with normies, but it’s not quite there.
      it literally is there though. it’s standard from normie teens to normie 40+ year olds

      • Anonymous says:

        It’s also standard for gays to talk like gays and heck anything that walks with poopy AIDS butt sex; that doesn’t mean, however, that 3/4 of the population isn’t making fun of them behind their backs.

        • Anonymous says:

          kek, based, libtards think "we outlawed bullying, that means when nobody says anything mean, we’re not being stupid!!" and then get super fat, cut off their dicks, use pronouns, fly the rainbow AIDS flag and other cringe shit like that. The reality is we still think you’re pathetic, a festering blister on society, and we’d still all press that "make them disappear" button if given the opportunity.

  2. Anonymous says:

    A lot of folks on this board despise dyed hair just out of groupthink, but I truly think it can look really good if it’s done professionally with high-quality products. Colored hair has a really unique and interesting appearance that absolutely has a place in developing your personal style and self-expression if you’re interested.

    Poorly-dyed and toned hair can leave it looking patchy, or worse, damaged, which will negatively impact first impressions. But really, the folks in here complaining about dyed hair are obviously not the target audience and many of the most famously stylish celebrities have had colorful hair.

      • Anonymous says:

        nothing more attractive than a girl with hair dyed bpd blue

        https://i.imgur.com/kXBrnvt.jpg

        pastel and dark unnatural colors are classy and flattering. bright unnatural colors are not.

        You’re stupid as heck lumping non-Whites and gays in with something as harmless as dyed hair. Probably why you get no pussy.

        You will never be white.

        • Anonymous says:

          Why would I want to be? Lmao. White girls literally worship my 8.4 inch BBC while LULZ whitebois are literally suicidal from lack of pussy

  3. Anonymous says:

    Depends on the color and length. Back when I was in high school I knew a girl with long hair dyed red and I had a massive crush on her. Then a few years later I saw a girl with short blue hair and I wanted to stay far away from her.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Much like with tattoos, non-white skin, and pro-LGBTQ views, dyed colored hair is an immediate signifier to the world that nothing about you should ever be misconstrued as having any value whatsoever. I am more likely to consider the thoughts, feelings, opinions, and humanity of a stinky homeless person high on fentanyl than I am yours.

    • Anonymous says:

      You’re stupid as heck lumping non-Whites and gays in with something as harmless as dyed hair. Probably why you get no pussy.

      • Anonymous says:

        I’ve interacted with enough people with dyed hair, and dated enough girls with dyed hair, to stand by my original statement with full unmitigated confidence. They’re not "people" to me, simple as.

  5. Anonymous says:

    It only looks nice freshly dyed or in heavily edited posts on Instagram. IRL it looks fried and fades very fast. I’ve had every color of the rainbow and if I didn’t touch it up every two weeks, I would look like a crackhead. Vegan dyes also wash out on everything, on top of fading fast. Your showers, pillowcases, and neck collars will be stained. I only maintained it until my hair grew enough to chop off the fried ends. Never again.

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