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Do you color your hair?

Ladies and gents, a question about your hair. Do you color/dye your hair?

According to All Things Hair, in 2019 more than 64 million people used hair coloring products and the industry made $29 billion. In America, 75 percent of American women dye their hair, and more women dye their hair blonde than any other color.

So tell us, do you dye your hair? If so, would you leave a comment and tell us what color you dye it? We bet purple is the most common color, right? Wink.

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Kim
1 month ago

What dies this have to do w RVs

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Diane McGovern
1 month ago
Reply to  Kim

Hi, Kim. RVers are people. People color their hair. Therefore, (some) RVers color their hair. 😉 Have a good evening/night. 😀 –Diane at RVtravel.com

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Chuck Woodbury
1 month ago
Reply to  Kim

Nothing. But when you ask about 450 poll questions a year, we think it’s fun to ask some questions just for fun!

Thomas D
1 month ago

My wife does and I wish she didn’t. I like gray hair. Mine? There isn’t enough worry about.

Marie
1 month ago

I have a lot of silver hair and some dark. Every once in awhile I add a streak of a fun color. Currently blue 🙂

tom
1 month ago

What hair?

KellyR
1 month ago

Ha! Ha! Ha! I wish.

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Diane McGovern
1 month ago
Reply to  KellyR

So, are you saying Emily should have put the Reader poll question in the Leave here with a laugh section, Kelly? 😆 That seems to be the reaction from several of our readers. Have a great day. 😀 –Diane at RVtravel.com

KellyR
1 month ago
Reply to  Diane McGovern

People that don’t like their gray hair just don’t get it. They STILL have hair! On the other hand I am the first to know the first rain drops are coming. If it weren’t for that gene from my mother, I’d still be perfect.

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Diane McGovern
1 month ago
Reply to  KellyR

That’s pretty cool that you’re the first to know that raindrops are coming, Kelly. Yay! Well, unless you’re walking with someone taller than you with the same “ability,” then they’d obviously know before you. But still… 😆 Have a good night. 😀 –Diane at RVtravel.com

KellyR
1 month ago
Reply to  Diane McGovern

‘Someone taller than me’ I used to be taller than me, but that is another aging story.

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Diane McGovern
1 month ago
Reply to  KellyR

Sounds like my story. I used to be 6’2″, until age and gravity took their toll (I’m down to about 6′). Now, when I’m standing next to my two 6’8″ sons, I feel more like about 5′ tall! 😆 –Diane at RVtravel.com

KellyR
1 month ago
Reply to  Diane McGovern

I just tell myself that it is because when I quit working I took my cowboy boots off.

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Diane McGovern
1 month ago
Reply to  KellyR

😆 Yeah, that 6’2″ wasn’t even in my cowboy boots or high heels! Have a good night, Kelly. 😀 –Diane at RVtravel.com

Susan S.
1 month ago

I didn’t start coloring my short hair until I was 42, and I am now 66. I quit coloring my hair a little over 2 years ago just before my hubby and I moved into our RV to live full time. Since there wasn’t going to be enough room to color my hair with limited bathroom and kitchen counter space, it was as good a time as any to go natural. I haven’t regretted the decision one bit and have even let my hair grow to about chin length which my 70-year-old hubby of 41+ years prefers.

Richard
1 month ago

Neither does DW. Most of her friends got together a few years ago and decided to quit. They actually look better than the previous “Obviously dyed” colors. Some of the darker colors can be spotted as fake from down the street!

Jeff Abrams
1 month ago

WHAT HAIR !!! Mine is long gone.

Bill Bamber; Edmonton Alberta
1 month ago
Reply to  Jeff Abrams

True Story!!

Jane
1 month ago

I am 69 and do not color my hair. It is dark brown and turning grey. I will admit to putting a purple stripe in it a few years ago. I enjoyed it until the hot day I sweated under my bike helmet and ended up with a purple forehead!

Suru
1 month ago

After 40 years, I quit dying my hair a year or so ago. I’m embracing the grey 😁

Gerry B.
1 month ago

I don’t color tint my hair nor does my wife. Mine is now all gray and hers is a natural gray and still some brunette. Her hair is beautiful. We are in our 80’s. There are enough things to be concerned about without worrying about hair color.

Massengale John
1 month ago

It’s changing on it’s own, doesn’t need any help from me

Chuck
1 month ago

Like me, Mother Nature did it. Then swiped most of it.

Diane Mc
1 month ago

At home, hairdresser. On the road, husband (with hairdresser supplied color/supplies). Tried finding/going to hairdressers on the road. A pain and if I did find one they did a terrible job. Husband does great job❤️. Contemplating going gray😱.

M D-B
1 month ago

I’ll probably go to my grave with blonde colored hair.

Neal Davis
1 month ago

I am a man and I lack enough hair to color. However if I still had enough hair to color, I would not color it. I was blonde and for years toyed with the idea of coloring my hair brown or black just to have blonde roots showing as my hair grew longer. I always found it silly, and still do, to see people who had bleached their hair showing dark roots as their hair grew.

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Diane McGovern
1 month ago
Reply to  Neal Davis

Hi, Neal. That reminds me of a brand-new baby I saw in the hospital nursery one time (46 years ago). I looked at it and couldn’t figure out what looked so “different.” It finally dawned on me that it had a full head of long, dark hair and about 1/2″ blonde roots. Very interesting. Have a great day. 😀 –Diane at RVtravel.com

Bob
1 month ago

No, but mother nature is coloring it gray for me. At least at 76 yrs old I still have most of my hair.

Joe
1 month ago
Reply to  Bob

👍 🤣 🤣 🤣 With you on that!

Skip
1 month ago

Hair isn’t gray, only the whiskers and still have my hair. Now the wife was gray by her mid 20s. It’s just strange gene pools run..

Jeanette Walker
1 month ago

No coloring, ever. I started turning gray in my 20s. Raised 3 boys and I earned every gray hair.

Bill Bamber; Edmonton Alberta
1 month ago

Yippee!! Boy’s will be Boy’s!! No matter how old we are!!

Christine
1 month ago

I’m 65 and started going gray maybe 20 years ago. I started coloring my naturally very dark hair when I started going gray. Now I’m not sure when to stop.

Wayne
1 month ago

Never did, never will. I’ve been gray haired for 30 years. Vanity is often a reason for hair coloring and I have no vanity! Take me as I am.

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