To Ombre or Not To Ombre…

… well that is the question. I know the trend has been going on for a very long time, and secretly I have been dying to try it out for that entire period already. If it’s done well, it’s done well. And if it’s done bad, well… then it’s done bad. I’m not planning to do it myself, oh no, I will then go to a professional (French) hairdresser that knows English, and knows how to dye and cut.

I was intending to write a review today, but at the moment I’m just too tired, and can’t really concentrate to write a good review. I apologise, I think I won’t be able to finish my “to-write” list before I’ll be moving to Paris. Because I WILL GO TOMORROW! Eeeek, I know!  I for some odd reason feel really miserable, sick, and my body is just aching everywhere. Might be nerves, I don’t know, but I just felt like browsing through google for nice hair ideas 🙂

To come back to the main reason I want to write this post, it’s because I’m undecided. I’m pretty sure my parents would kill me if I came back with an ombre, but hey, I’m old enough to decide it myself aren’t I;-) I’m not planning to have an ombre where an ombre is very obvi, like: bam, I have an ombre. Not that, that would be bad or ugly, I’m just not daring enough to try that on myself;-) No I’m more thinking about the ombre like Lauren Conrad, Lisa Aldrige, Drew Barrymore, Jessica Biel, and Rachel Bilson – an ombre, but with a nice transition, so the colors are “flowing” and “merging” into each other.  Still sophisticated, but yet stylish and chic. If that even makes sense…

Below some inspiration pictures of how I would like to have my hairstyle. If you hadn’t noticed yet, my hair is boring straight, quite long, dark brown, did I mention boring? I think I have had the same hairstyle for over 4 years now, and it’s time for a radical change.

Should I dye an ombre? 

If yes, please recommend a good Parisian hairdresser, ha! 

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