Going Red

Many of my readers are on Facebook, so they already know all about my red hair. However, I really wanted to share it with the WordPress world too! Naturally a strawberry blonde, I’ve gotten progressively blonder over the past couple of years. I needed a change.

 Thanks to Sandra at the Velvet Rope!

*Update (2/15/12):  Sadly, Sandra is no longer at the Velvet Rope.  She has returned home to L.A. to be with family.  I’m confident that another stylist at V.R. will also do a good job, but damn I’ll miss Sandra!

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Comments

17 comments on “Going Red”
  1. nativesunphotography says:

    Wow ! Lovely picture !

    1. Well, thank you! 🙂

      1. nativesunphotography says:

        Red heads were always hot 🙂 Your just a beuty

  2. Jolene,
    i’m back to let you know that I nominated you for the Liebster Award in December. Here is the link in case you missed it. Happy Shooting my friend.

    http://photosbymartina.wordpress.com/2011/12/14/how-i-became-an-award-winning-pro-photographer-in-one-week/#comment-2316I

  3. Caryn says:

    Wow! You look stunning with red hair. Like a 1940s movie star.

    1. What a classy time – loved the looks of the 40’s.

  4. bonniegunkel says:

    Wow! Love it! Very Mary Jane Watson-ish 🙂

    1. Why thank you, Bonnie! 🙂

  5. love it! i wish I could pull off red hair. You look great! 🙂 -Kim

    1. Thanks! It’s about time to touch it up now…red fades!

  6. Kari says:

    I love the red. You look like a comic book heroine!

    1. Cool! If only the lighting could be so good everywhere.

  7. The colour and condition of your hair is stunning!

  8. Jolene, I just love love love the red hair! It suits you so well. As a blonde myself, I tend to get tired of it but I’m afraid to change. That is way too cool for me! wow!

    1. Thank you, Martina! I understand about the change thing. I went 31 years without coloring my hair before I even decided highlights were ok! You could just start out with some lowlights for a change and then gradually work up to something more dramatic.

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