An Italian-American living la dolce vita in the Deep South

An Italian-American living la dolce vita in the Deep South

Monday, March 30, 2009

A Very Shallow Post, Indeed

It seems that I've come across more than a few "hairy" posts lately . . .

Laura and her can of Aqua-Net and SET TO GO curlers . . .
Kim whose new cut and color made her Monday a week ago . . .
My hair woes . . . here . . . here . . . and here . . . and . . . okay, enough already. I think you get the picture.

And so today, this is what Makes My Monday . . . a little box of hair color.

Now go visit Cheryl and her laundry list of things that make her Monday . . . all surrounding a weekend visit to Great Wolf Lodge. And I bet she has great hair, too.

9 comments:

BoufMom9 said...

There is nothing like a goot cut or color to lift your spirits.
Thanks for sharing :)

ps popping over from Cheryl's.

Laura said...

Because YOU are worth it....

Cheryl Lage said...

Girl, my hair is a HORROR! (and that will be the name of my hair product! ;) ) Seriously, A.W.F.U.L. hair. You are making my pine for a nice box of glamour juice....hmmmm......

I think it's lovely the joy a li'l spruce up can bring. You enjoy it!

Love what Makes Your Monday...thanks for making mine by playing along!

:o) mg said...

I have a friend (I think she sits near y'all at Mass) who just cut her hair really short and it is completely (prematurely) grey.
I know you are used to having chestnut brown locks, but consider going natural. I haven't colored mine in a long time and love my natural God-given highlights.
And, yes, you ARE worth it (and gorgeous). No matter if your hair is "real or fake" as my kids call it.
ps- Did I mention that my daughter can only date young men who have gone through "the program" twice? LOL I am glad someone else thinks it is an important enough message to hear two years running.

mdx3mom said...

Ahhh, This may have been your Monday. But this was my Saturday and Every last weekend of the month.

I have been going "white" since I hit 39. Not gray, white. Ugh. Eldest wants me to not color anymore, wants me to let the white go. Have you ever seen anyone under the age of 70 or 80 with white hair?

Lisa said...

Hey, I've got a box of that on my dresser (a little lighter brunette) just waiting for a girls' night out of coloring with my sisters. It's getting desperate; my girls are telling me they can pick out my grey hairs any more or I'll be bald...

Tiziana said...

Chiara, ogni tanto ride e mi dice:"Vedessi che ciuffo bianco hai dietro alla testa". Io faccio l'ndifferente, ma in realtà mi viene una rabbia....
Ogni tanto mi faccio dei "colpi di luce" per nascondere un po' la vecchiaia che avanza, ma c'è poco da fare. Va bene lo stesso.

GrandmaK said...

Well I still have to wait a week to get my hair cut...Medusa has nothing on me! The Snakes are starting to entwine themselves around my neck! YUK! Talk about a BAD HAIR DAY! Cathy

Kim H. said...

Girl, you ARE WORTH IT! And I hope my shallowness wasn't too much to take. :)

A little box can truly work wonders -- a box of brownie mix, a box of chocolate, a box of hair color. Who needs anything else?

Hugs!