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Julia Roberts Dyes Hair At Daughter's Request

Would You Dye Your Hair at Your Daughter's Request?

Julia Roberts recently sported a lil patch of pink hair and attributed the hued lock to her daughter, Hazel. The three year-old thought pastel tresses would look good on her mommy, so the actress obliged with a few colored strands.

If the look wasn't dramatically different, would you do this for your child?
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Greggie Greggie 7 years
My younger son's the one who'd be most likely to ask me to do something fun with my hair. He also is having fun helping me decide what my next tattoo will be.
Mykie7 Mykie7 7 years
Sure! I'd use a temporary color though. However, I have boys. They could care less about hair. My oldest though is trying to convince me to get a tattoo. THANK YOU NO.
momma-tikita momma-tikita 7 years
i already have! me and my daughter both painted (temporary) a few strands pink! no biggie!
Gabriela14815884 Gabriela14815884 7 years
If it wasn't a drastic change then sure, why not? I could always cut my hair if I hated it and grow it back lol.
Mesayme Mesayme 7 years
probably not, my hair color's much to difficult to match to change it back. Maybe some fake spray color for game spirit or something like that.
keiren63 keiren63 7 years
I could see doing a few strands the way she did. How about the other way--a friend once babysat for a woman who wanted to change her haircolour but wondered how it would look, so she dyed her FOUR YEAR OLD daughter's hair (which was the same original colour as hers).
anniekim anniekim 7 years
Sure, why not have some fun? I can understand why someone would say no if I would hurt their job performance.
siguros siguros 7 years
Was it permanent dye?
Rinne Rinne 7 years
I'm usually pretty traditional with my hair, but after seeing the Julia Roberts interview, my twins, Evangeline and Genevieve (6) asked for pink and purple, and Adelaide (4) wanted light blue. I'm going to buy the dye tomorrow, and we're going to dye once the girls get back from Kindergarten. I'm excited! We'll see how it goes;)
Mommy-of-Three Mommy-of-Three 7 years
I would do it. I have always loved coloring and cutting my hair, so I would welcome any excuse to do something fun with it.
pinkprincess1101 pinkprincess1101 7 years
There is a difference between a hollywood/celebrity and an everyday mother
milosmommy milosmommy 7 years
I'm pretty adventurous with my hair too so it wouldn't make a difference to me.
Greggie Greggie 7 years
Sure, although I want pink streaks when I decide to grow my hair back anyway. I'm pretty adventurous with my hair though.
nevadamtnbear nevadamtnbear 7 years
I chose "other." I would definitely do it in a heartbeat, but it would either have to be disguisable or very subtle, as I can't really see garnering a whole lot of respect from my colleagues or a judge if I walked into a hearing or an important meeting with pastel strands of hair.
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