I dye my hair

Do you know that I won the L’oreal 8 Excellence Women contest organised by Malaysian Women Weekly? It came with RM1,200 worth of cosmetics, skincare and hair dyes. I got 10 boxes of hair colourings, of which I had given away until everyone who sees me run away because I am forcing the hair colourings on them.

I got virgin hair (meaning never permed nor coloured) which cannot absorb colours. So, no point that I damage my nice black hair. Occassionally I do colour my hair with the few boxes I had left because my hair gets too oily and I need to wash them daily.

Today is one of those days when I have nothing better to do. So, out come the hair colours. Paprika, Mahogany, Brown and even Mauve to choose from.

So, I chosed Paprika. And now sitting here, regretting I put those smelly, messy stuffs on my head. Oh, I am going to faint from the fumes. I am going cuckcoo in my sarong. (the dye can stain clothes so what better way than wearing a sarong?) Why are women so vain? Why do people have to colour their hairs? Why oh why is the time moving so sllllow? I have to sit for 30 mins in this stench. Puke! Thank God, I am not married to a filthy rich tycoon whereby I need to spend my days at beauty salons all the time to look pretty in order to compete with the mistresses.

Tomorrow I am going to cut my hair ala G.I. Joe.

20 Replies to “I dye my hair”

  1. what’s the reasoning behind asian women dying their hair blonde and all? Don’t they know they look like hantus when they do that???

    Not GI Joe lah auntie…GI JANE! 😉

  2. No cut yet leh. I no chance to go. So kesian.

    And then hor, I just found out about Peter’s botak drive. Wow, I wonder if Peter wants me to join? Amaciam? RM10,000 for my botak head? Who wants to bid?

    Me in sarong? Got pickchures but I not yet photoshop yet. Wait ha.

  3. i love watching GI Joe, both the cartoon series and the movie. I am hoping that they would make a sequel. .

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