No I don't!
This time I have very light blonde as well as very dark red.
Before that I had a brighter red with tips of blonde.
I always have tips/foils done though and not whole head.
I am naturally blond-ish or rather I WAS and now I am a no colour, mousy I guess it is called if left natural, with one small patch of grey!
I'm not a fan of grey hair! at my age, makes me look half dead.
So yes I do the same colour, and it is a lot more uplifting...
Have tried other colours, over time....but like the one I have now for some time :)
More or less. I have always been a blonde, but it went mousy in my late teens and didn't really suit me. I started colouring it myself first of all, a blonde colour.. Now, I go to the hairdresser and get it done properly by a professional. Those home hair colour kits really damage your hair.
I don't dye anymore but it was always something bright. It was usually some kind of red or magenta. I once had copper streaks and when I got home I realised I looked like my brindle Staffy. Not happy, Jan. (▀̿Ĺ̯▀̿ ̿)
I used to dye my hair a reddish colour as my hair was naturally mid to dark brown. I would change between a copper red or a purple red at times.
My regrowth was very obvious near my face and after a period of illhealth I couldn't stand the chemicals anymore and stopped dying my hair. A Neurosurgeon commented to my friend that she believes it is risky putting powerful chemicals so close to our brains. I cut it very short when a friend developed cancer.
It is now completely natural. Very white around my face and darker at the back. Some people love it, but I know it probably makes me look older. I am no longer putting bad chemicals next to my brain and my hair is long again.
I used to go different shades of blonde with streaks, one time pink, another purple. I dislike red hair on older women and have never been this colour. Now I'm naturally silver and occasionally will have purple streaks but have found over the years that different brands the hairdresser changes to from time to time don't last, or they fade to a colour I don't like, so haven't done this for a while now.