There's no nudity in the pics so they don't go against Instagram guidelines. It's not like we never see blood on Instagram, in violent screen shots from movies or TV shows (hey, ) or from a cut on someone's finger.Louelle feels it's because the blood comes from a woman's vagina, and that's why she's taking to Instagram in protest.
Within two weeks there's more bright sienna on my towels than on my head, and the whole effect is muted considerably.
And while maintenance may be cheaply and easily acquired (thanks, Garnier Hot Tamale), finding a man who can commit is not.
And while it suited me as a girl of 29, now that I've entered my 30s, I'll admit it: I actually want to find a nice doctor to settle down with. (I love an all-female environment when it comes to my salons — blame Steel Magnolias.) In the flesh, Eva is one of the most glamorous-as-she-is-brilliant women I've met.
A mere glance at my Facebook wall reveals that all my friends in new relationships are blonde, and all the engaged-to-be-marrieds just happen to be brunette. Imagine Catherine Zeta-Jones wielding scissors with surgical precision and mixing color like Vermeer.
But am I wrong in hoping that I can post a picture of some bloody fingers and a weird disk without the threat of being sprayed with sperm and set on fire? Women in this country are routinely raped to be "taught lessons." Women are at risk of violence for speaking their minds, for posting pictures, for talking about their vaginas, for wearing short skirts, for wearing clingy clothes, for being bitchy, for looking bitchy, for sounding bitchy, for being slutty, for being hard-to-get, and the f**king list goes on and on and on.
I've always felt like a redhead, though I certainly wasn't born one.
In fact, I've been dyeing my once-mousy hair this crazy red shade — think Moira Shearer in The Red Shoes — for the past decade.
Do you know how difficult this color is to maintain?
It's a shade that will transform me into something of a California girl, albeit without a tan.
In order to ease my transition, Eva's cool makeup artist sister, Vinnetta, gives me some beauty tips for blondes looking to catch a husband.
"Men like dewy skin," Vinnetta says as she applies a mix of serum and moisturizer to my face after misting it with water.