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Madonna Lets Lourdes Leon Dye Her Hair

Madonna to Let Lourdes Dye Her Hair, Would You Say OK?

Has fashion gone to Lourdes Leon's head? Madonna's famous daughter, who has been making headlines for her fabulous style and subsequent Material Girl clothing line for Macy's, recently started blogging. And one of her first topics of conversation was dying her hair. The teen is counting down until her birthday when she will be permitted to color her dark locks. She wrote:

Helluuur thurrrr, I'm Lola and this is my first blog entry so it's kind of like ummmm.... I'm just going to use this blog entry to tell y'all a little bit about myself. I'm 13 and I'll be 14 in October, so I can't wait for that because I am FINALLY allowed to dye my hair... THANK YOU MOTHER!!

Since Lourdes is a chip off the old block, we wonder if she'll go retro with Madonna's bleached blond '80s hairdo. Would you let your teen daughter alter her appearance?

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MonkiChriz MonkiChriz 5 years
I agree with amber512. If this is the worst thing your kid is doing, you should be happy. What's a little dye? It'll grow out eventually. If there's a formal function your kid needs to go to, dye it back or get a wig. No biggie.
amber512 amber512 5 years
I loved my mom's philosophy : It's hair, it grows. I think the first time I changed the color of my hair I was 12! And it has been various hues ever since.
bryseana bryseana 5 years
Her hair so beautiful the way it is. But it's understandable that teens want to experiment with their hair (I did). It's nothing new.
mstrauss mstrauss 5 years
Oh man, when I was in 8th grade, I decided to bleach a few strands of my hair on my own. Well...it didn't look too pretty so my mom took me to the place she got her hair done and I had it fixed. I colored it from then on and only stopped in college because it got too expensive and annoying.
Livvy-P Livvy-P 5 years
I agree with runningesq & spiderlove. I did the Manic Panic thing when I was a teen! I see nothing wrong with letting your teen do it, as long as they are a good kid. Pick your battles is right!!
Spiderlove Spiderlove 5 years
Completely agree runningesq! My daughter is 15 now, but I let her have a pink streak when she was 12, and now she does a henna rinse occasionally, as her hair is just REALLY mousy brown...makes her feel better about herself and she's a great kid, so why not?
Studio16 Studio16 5 years
I didn't get highlights until I was 15. And they weren't really because I wanted them but because my mom wanted me to get them. I wouldn't let my kids dye their hair themselves, if only because there is so much that can go wrong. If they wanted it done, and they were at least 15, I would take them to a salon.
runningesq runningesq 5 years
I used Manic Panic (anyone remember that?) when I was in high school... pink hair, blue hair, etc. I think it your teenage daughter is doing well in school, not drinking/ using drugs, etc. different color hair really isn't a big deal. Gotta pick your battles !
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