There's a reason hygiene begins with high
I have brown hair. This will come as bad news to my mother who has told people for the entirety of my life that my hair is, "strawberry blonde." This also comes as bad news to those people who tell blonde jokes because people, I'm not your average brunette, I mean I have a strong personality (P.S. I LOVE blonde jokes).
The shampoo makers, on the other hand, are really excited about my hair color. So excited that they made two different flavors of brunette shampoo: "nutmeg to dark chcolate" and "toffee to almond." And by flavor, I do not mean they taste like dessert. Apparently my hair is supposed to fall in those color ranges.
Well, I settled on the latter and I people noticed.
"Hey, Abs, did you get a hair cut?"
"Did you do something different with your hair?"
"I really like your hair today."
It's either the secret ingredient, "leaf extract," or the fact that I washed it.
Since all good things come in pairs (Mary-Kate and Ashley, for example) I decided I needed to get the conditioner too.
And my mom can't totally be lying about the hair, so I thought maybe the "cherry bark extract" in the redhead conditioner would bring out my natural color.
I think it did. Or my hair's just clean.