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Headscarfs and stares
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140.       Daydreamer
3743 posts
 06 Jan 2009 Tue 05:42 pm

 

Quoting TheAenigma

 I agree.  Actually I prefer brunette hair...it is richer looking, shinier and looks nicer with most colour clothes.  I dyed my hair dark brown once... but unfortunately it looked disgusting on me and made my skin look so pale

 

+1

I dyed my hair brown in January last year and I looked as if I was down with aenemia I´m chalk-pale by nature so brown hair is not for me. Neither is red unfortunately so I have to stick by blondes

141.       libralady
5152 posts
 06 Jan 2009 Tue 05:52 pm

 

Quoting Daydreamer

+1

I dyed my hair brown in January last year and I looked as if I was down with aenemia I´m chalk-pale by nature so brown hair is not for me. Neither is red unfortunately so I have to stick by blondes

 

 I tried a blonde wig once and looked completely incipid!  My skin is the wrong colour too! 

142.       bydand
749 posts
 06 Jan 2009 Tue 10:49 pm

 

Quoting bod

Agreed - and a much missed ex-member

 

 I think he is still a member. He came back briefly a few months ago and amazingly his name is still on the active users list after all this time.

143.       mltm
3690 posts
 07 Jan 2009 Wed 12:27 am

 

Quoting TheAenigma

 I agree.  Actually I prefer brunette hair...it is richer looking, shinier and looks nicer with most colour clothes.  I dyed my hair dark brown once... but unfortunately it looked disgusting on me and made my skin look so pale

 

 The same goes for me, a few years ago I had my hair dyed into some kind of dark blonde, and I looked horrible, all my facial features disappeared and I looked much older and it did not suit my skin at all, and I looked like a sl*t to say the truth.

I think everyone should stick to their natural hair color. Now, there are just some red extensions in my hair.

144.       mltm
3690 posts
 07 Jan 2009 Wed 12:33 am

 

Quoting TheAenigma

 

 

 Are you kidding me? lol

The most adorned, heaviest make up and over the top jewellery I ever see is always on muslim women.  I always think it kind of defeats the object of wearing the headscarf in the first place lol

 

 

 This is not very true. In fact, it´s not on "muslim" women but rather on middle-eastern or asian (indian) women, because it´s rather a cultural thing. In a lot of arab countries christian women do the same heavy make-up. BTW russian women make quite heavy make-up too compared to west european women.  

145.       femmeous
2642 posts
 07 Jan 2009 Wed 12:54 am

 

Quoting mltm

 This is not very true. In fact, it´s not on "muslim" women but rather on middle-eastern or asian (indian) women, because it´s rather a cultural thing. In a lot of arab countries christian women do the same heavy make-up. BTW russian women make quite heavy make-up too compared to west european women.  

 

 what a pathetic post now! a pity and poor attempt to cover the truth said about muslimahs. are you saying that aenigma is lying?

indian women, cultural thing! misery! {#lang_emotions_puking}

russian women! what does russian women have to do with religion? {#lang_emotions_you_crazy}are they wearing a make up against their religion? are they trying to be hypocrite like the women mentioned in a previous post?

146.       bod
5999 posts
 07 Jan 2009 Wed 12:00 pm

 

Quoting TheAenigma

 I agree.  Actually I prefer brunette hair...

 

I actually prefer red or green or blue hair - or even better, all of them at the same time!!!

 

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