Never close enough
Clowns freak me out too Sea. I mean I don't hate them or anything, but I never understood why they were so colorful with the freaky shoes and big red nose, and everyone was supposed to be made happy by them, yet they have a big red frown....makes no sense to me.
Anyhoo, the reason why I am adding to this thread is to tell all you ladies that one of the best solutions to strip un-wanted color from your hair is WISK. I know, sounds crazy, but I have done it many, many times. I was a hairdresser for 3 years, and I have had hair every color known to man. My natural color is dark brown, but girlfriends...I have had platinum blonde babe hair...hehe, I look back now and... what was I thinking?
Another good thing to try is to wash your hair with baking soda. Mix it with your regular shampoo and wash as normal. This removes all build-up from your hair. Vinegar is another one but that takes a strong person. Have tried that once, and it does make your hair shiny. My hair is 48 inches from crown to tip, and that is a lot of hair to try and get scrambled eggs out of so I won't be trying the egg in hair thing, simply because cold water can't possible get it out, and hot water tends to cook it as I have learned from reading here hehe. I have had short hair once in my life, and only because I let a person that I didn't know cut it and the first rule to cutting naturally curly hair is to never pull it tight before you snip it. She obviously didn't remember this from beauty school and she scalped me. Now days, my mom cuts my hair and I return the favor. Had to learn that lesson the hard way.
As far as the mayo goes, I have never put it in my hair, but I have caked it on and laid out in the sun. Along with motor-oil, afro-sheen, and iodine mixed with baby oil. That was years ago however, the strongest thing I use these days is that 1.99 stuff from Wal-Mart.
[This message has been edited by timothysangel1973 (08-31-2003 10:52 PM).]