I will hopefully graduate from high school this year and because of the schools I went had very strict rules about appearance I couldn't dye the tip of my hair to blue even though I always wanted to.
I have long brown hair and I want to dye the tip of it slightly blue.
I don't know about how universities or other high schools would react since I've always gone to schools with strict rules (not because of religious reasons just policy). Sometimes they wouldn't even let you in if you wore another jacket, shirt, tie, etc. other that the school's and they certainly wouldn't let you dye your hair to 'abnormal' colours. These rules are for both girls and boys which means I don't know how normal schools react to that.
The problem is I intend to study law at the university, would it be a problem for me? I don't know if rules would still be like that.
Sorry if my question doesn't make any sense to you and I might have picked the wrong topic.
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Sounds like my high school. College/university, everything goes though, they don't have rules about the dress code or how you style/dye your hair. Heck I seen one kid with a rainbow mohawk!
However, you did mention you are doing into law. I see law as a very professional occupation, and post secondary school is all about developing yourself as a professional so I'm not sure blue would be the best option.
But hey, if you want to do it, go for it girl! Probably better to do it while you are studying then when you are actually practicing law anyways1
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