It's kind of hard to tell in this photo, but it really was red. It was like a... vodka tomatoe sauce red.
However, when I took a shower 2 days later (as instructed by the colorists) it looked like someone DIED in my shower (no pun intended). There was red all over my shower, and I ended up with orange red hair. Soon it started to fade, and it looked like halloween on top of my hair. I was not happy!!!!! Now, however, the color has changed once more, and it's more a copper color. I think it's pretty. Not as "edgy" as I hoped for... but it'll have to do. Yes, I realize also that I look a hella more Asian, which is NOT my goal. Being adopted when I was 3 months old, I am completely "white washed". I don't consider myself "Asian" ( I mean, sure I was born in Asia, but that's it), I feel uncomfortable around un"white washed" Asians, and I have no desire to go back to the homeland either.
With all this "anti-Asian" talk going on, I really want to get a tattoo that says "Made in Korea", like "made in China" that you see on pretty much every product sold in the United States. My mom thinks it's adorable, however my state has this stupid law stating that no person under the age of 18 can get piercings or tattoos. I"m thinking of making my way to the closest state nearby to get my tattoo done for my 17th birthday!
Guess who's going to Prom as yearbook photographer... THIS GIRL! My dear friend is going to Prom as a Sophomore, and I get to go as photographer. I'm totally okay with not having a date because A)I'm not a junior or senior, so I have two years to go to Prom with a date, and B) it's very hard to have a date to a dance and take photos for yearbook. Semi didn't turn out too well, and I can attribute my job to part of that.
Oh and one more thing, I recieved my 0g t rex tunnels in the mail on Saturday! Time to start stretching those ears one more time!