Every true Sex and the City fan knows that Carrie Bradshaw dyed her hair brown after Big left her at the alter. Carrie dying her hair darker (an admittedly interesting look for her) was clearly an emotionally charged decision. Women everywhere dye their hair from month to month, but those previously as those previously blonde locks are slowly darkened to a brown and an unidentified universal shift takes place.
There’s something stronger behind the CVS hair dying kit than simply “a new look”. There’s the unconscious thoughts of a fresh start, a new being and an emotional change. Dying your hair is like vowing to become a new emotionally charged person. Girls are known to change their hair color after a breakup, an exciting life experience or a traumatizing one (Carrie Bradshaw everyone). Dying your hair is physical attempt to shed the old and embrace the new.
From the well lit salons that rob your wallets of $120 plus dollars for a new do, to the $10 box dyes a every Walmart and CVS, changing up your hair color costs money, and takes time. So much effort for something you may not even like seems dangerous and daring, but sometimes a girl needs that uncertainty. Doing something that changes your appearance and your attitude can be a pertinent part of overcoming an emotionally difficult time. So next time you grab a box of red hair dye think about why you’re changing your appearance. Don’t hesitate however, because if Carrie Bradshaw dyes her hair to change her outlook on life you can too (and who doesn’t want to be like Carrie Bradshaw?).
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