March 9, 2010

Dame Edna Chic

So I had this absolutely adorable neighbour when I was younger. Nanna Dott I called her. She always had a "blue" rinse - even though it was purple - that I always wished was mine. It was the 90s, so what if I wanted purple hair?

Anyway, with the saturated influx of the pale hair trend I can't help but wonder what all the little old ladies and their darling blue rinses would think.

Do they feel involved in fashion? Do they feel fabulous? Or do they think we're copying the one thing they have their signature on, afterall, they've lived through all the fashion we're wearing these days?

I'd love to sit down and ask Dott, but lord knows where she is these days. Bless her.

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Rosie said...

I do like

Rose said...

ahh i really want to do this to my hair...


i know someone whos dyed their hair a really pale lavender a bit like the first picture and it looks GORGEOUS.
sounds weird but it sort of looks...natural? ha. great blog x

folktime said...

love love love the purple hair.

The Daily Muse said...

Even Kelly Osbourne has jumped on team grandma hair!

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