I've never dyed my hair, mostly because I don't want to damage it. My parents don't mind what I do to my hair, because if you do dye your hair, it doesn't matter what age you do it at. It will ruin the hair that's been dyed, but once new hair grows out, it's fine again. When you're younger, in fact, hair grows faster, so your hair won't remain damaged for as long as if you dyed it when you were older.
Even if I did dye it, it would be something bright and colourful, meaning that my school wouldn't allow it anyway.
My crazy uncle dyed my hair once when I was 13, he told me you will get all the girls. When I saw the results, I went home crying all my family laughed at me. It didn't ruin my hair but it ruined my life :'), because the next day my dad shaved my head cleaaaan.
My hair is naturally blonde and white as fuck so I didn't start even start highlighting my hair until this year and i'm 27 and that's only because it started turning a little darker and I want it even all over lol.
I dyed it the first time when I was 15, blue stripes was the idea but it looked terrible. I now have a turqoise underdye, looks a lot better :p it didn't ruin my hair, but then again, I dont have any experience with permanent hair dye. If you are afraid of ruining your hair, try semi-permanent instead.
15 and i got a red ombre ofc. my parents were initially like "RED? NO WAY" but after constant pestering over a year, we agreed that i could, as long as it was not completely dyed it didn't damage my hair much at all, i just remembered to condition regularly and trim ends
I was line 11 and it wad left over dye from even my mom cooked her hair. I don't think it's what ruined my hair. I think all the flat ironing of my hair ruined it. That's why now I rarely iron it anymore. I also think 15 is a good time to dye your hair.
I have never dyed my hair, but I want to. I'm really scared to dye my hair, because my hair is so light and thin, it will catch colour really well. I want to dye it strawberry blonde, but I'm afraid it will become orange because of the structure...