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Get Bright, Colorful Hair (If Only For a Day)

When I was a teenager, I was a loner, Dottie. A rebel. And like any self-styled outsider, I dyed my hair. Only through the world of Manic Panic could I possibly express my teen angst! Fast-forward to now, and while I love colorful hair — pink, purple, whatever — I stick to variations of my natural shade.

That's where these clip-in extensions ($10) come in. Whether used for Halloween or for feeling like a Hot Topic shopper for a day, they're an affordable and commitment-free way to bring more hue to your head. Or you could do it yourself, but considering the cost of supplies, it might be cheaper to just order online for the next time you need to express yourself through colorful hair.

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Beauty Beauty 6 years
Runningesq, I imagine your mother was indeed thrilled — as much as mine was when I dyed my hair with Kool-Aid.
prencesschris prencesschris 6 years
I like em & would def use them
Nadia24gv Nadia24gv 6 years
I like them but they don't make them long enough for my hair. :(
runningesq runningesq 6 years
Two reasons why I LOVE this post, Bella:1. the PeeWee reference2. Manic Panic... in ninth grade, I dyed my brown hair - and the rest of the bathroom - bright pink. of course, my hair was too dark to really turn pink, so the dye just soaked in where my hair was dry. it was lovely ! (also dyed my impressionable younger sister's hair - her blonde hair - purple. mom was thrilled)
runningesq runningesq 6 years
Two reasons why I LOVE this post, Bella: 1. the PeeWee reference 2. Manic Panic... in ninth grade, I dyed my brown hair - and the rest of the bathroom - bright pink. of course, my hair was too dark to really turn pink, so the dye just soaked in where my hair was dry. it was lovely ! (also dyed my impressionable younger sister's hair - her blonde hair - purple. mom was thrilled)
Yogaforlife Yogaforlife 6 years
When I was a teen, I wanted platinum blonde hair with pale lavendar pieces sticking out from underneath. Man - clip-in purple pieces would have worked so well for me back then!
elysiamann elysiamann 6 years
i have pink extensions, that kinda counts, right?! :) here's a picture of it: http://www.fashionfille.com/2009/09/they-just-tied-em-in_04.html
elysiamann elysiamann 6 years
i have pink extensions, that kinda counts, right?! :)here's a picture of it: http://www.fashionfille.com/2009/09/they-just-tied-em-in_04.html
Beauty Beauty 6 years
Thanks! I'm writing from the basement of the alamo.
MissMeliss7 MissMeliss7 6 years
Cute clip-in but I really just had to comment on my love of the Pee-wee reference.
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