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    Default What hair color is this?

    DS is now 10 weeks old and I still have no idea what hair color he is!!

    It's blonde, but brown, with a reddish tinge??

    What do you think?!


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    Looks like a red head. Very cute I love ginger babies

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    looks red..

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    I call it "baby coloured". My sons was the same and still looks a bit strawberry now and then. I guess strawberry blonde? That's what they called mine when I was little and mine was the same

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    Auburn?

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    Not the best pictures, but I'll hazard a guess- Strawberry Blonde.
    Last edited by magic star; 06-06-2012 at 17:16.

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    DD was the same and looked strawberry blonde to us. She eventually went blonde and now 9 years later is dark brown.

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    I would say baby coloured too.
    DS was the same at that age and now has mousy brown/golden blonde hair, no more red.

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    At what age will his hair color, be his hair color?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nazgul View Post
    At what age will his hair color, be his hair color?
    Well, I'm 26 and mine's still changing

    It's been naturally ash blonde, golden blonde, mousy brown, dark brown and then back to mousy brown.

    I'd say your DS's is closest to light brown than anything else ATM.


 

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