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Blonde versus Brunette; should I dye my hair brown?

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    (Original post by writergirl)
    Before I was fifteen I was naturally blonde, and then 15 onwards my hair went brown...ever since I have been having highlights to go back to blonde, but am now considering a change.

    Always indecisive I thought I'd ask everyone's opinions; do you think brunette would suit me?

    I have attached two photos so you can see my face/skin tone. Any opinions/suggestions?

    Thank you
    I think the hair in the first photo suits you but you want to avoid going for the cheap TOWIE look, its a MASSIVE turn off. What tone of brown is your natural hair? Reason I ask is because a lot of girls look really sexy with dark hair but mousey brown might be better to dye it
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    i like the blonde

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