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    Thanks, also I'm wearing make up in the first 2 pics and none in the rest that maybe why it looks like my eyes stand out more.

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    i agree go dark

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    I vote blonde for you.

    I have the same dilemma but going blonde doesn't suit my skin tone as well and the upkeep is so annoying.

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    I think silvery blonde for you xx

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    And the length in pic number two is flattering for you too.

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    I vote darker, but also make sure to get your brows and lashes done so you don't look washed out. That'd totally make your eyes pop too!

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    Having known you for a couple years I'd love to see your hair dark again :-) Your hair always looks beautiful though no matter how you have it :-)

    ***Happy to be a Mummy & Daddy of ONE! :-) ***

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    Agreed ^^^

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    I have a similar colour hair and gone blonde and chocolate brown. I like both.

    Now I get a full head of blonde foils with my natural colour to break it up.

    I think darker suits you best

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    Thanks everything I'm really thinking I might go back to brown and blonde


 

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