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how to convince my mom to let me dye my hair?

Author : Paige

Submitted : 2018-02-26 01:03:07    Popularity:     

Tags: mom  convince  hair  dye  

hi, I need to get tips on how i can get my mom to let me dye my hair. i am 17, so she is concerned with me getting hired due to having an unnatural hair color ( i want to dye my hair jet black then have my tips dyed blue). Does anyone have any tips to get

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Some employers are more casual about your hair (tattoos piercing etc) then others. If they have a dress code policy that doesn't allow un natural hair colours then you're not allowed to have them and you could get fired for having un naural hair colours.
I work for a ware house that doesn't care how we look, we can have un natural hair colours, tattoos, peircings as long as we get to work and do our job with out making a lot of mistakes. I can roll into work wearing sweats and pink hair if I want to.
I also had a retail job that also didn't care if we had those things, same as before as long as we can do our jobs and wear their brand at work, they didn't care what we looked like.
Experiment with more natural semi permanent hair colour. If you can manage to keep it looking good then you may convince her to let you dye it what ever colour you want. If you have a dark hair colour then you may have to bleach the ends in order to have the blue or what ever colour you want show up.

Explain to her that now is probably the best time for you to experiment with you’re hair colour. Perhaps you could try a semi-permanent dye first and see how it looks - I’m sure your mother would be more open to this as she knows it’s not going to last forever and that way you can keep switching it up.

She's right about it endangering your chances of getting hired. Get the job first- then dye your hair.

As a teeager way of doing things, just do it. Surprise her. Explain your teenage status. It will be a big shock at first but she may understand your position.



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