Hair Colors for teen


Kim Hennekam, a mom from Omemee, Ont., agrees, even though her tween daughter hasn’t asked—yet. “I’m jealous of the highlights she was born with, and I want her to realize that her natural look is beautiful. I also don’t want her to start damaging her hair at such a young age,” says Hennekam. “However, I realize I may not have as much say as she gets older.”
As a teacher, I see more and more kids in this age group playing with hair colour, and it barely gets a second glance these days. It seems that the boys often do it in order to fit in with sports teams, while many girls are flexing their individuality and use hair colour as a way to stand out.Amber Hall of Kelowna, BC, let her nine-and five-year-old daughters get glued-in coloured extensions. “I don’t see anything wrong with my girls wanting to express themselves in a different way,” she says.Let us, then, look at this matter, along with some interesting items contingent. Every one knows that by the peculiar cunning of their gills, the finny tribes in general breathe the air which at all times is combined with the element in which they swim; hence, a herring or a cod might live a century, and never once raise its head above the surface.….READ MORE ON THE NEXT PAGE