I think so. My old natural haircolor was a little dull because it was a light brown. My new color is blonde..it isn't one flat color because I have highlights but it looks like a mix of medium and light blonde.
I got plenty of guys interested in me back then, but they do love my new hair. And since I dyed it blond I get a lot more stares. Girls also tell me how much the new color suits me. And I feel much more attractive with my new hair color.
Can a change of haircolor really make that much of a difference? Especially when the natural color was kind of plain and the new one is a lot brighter in a way that complements her look and face?
Oh yes... go with it! Haven't you heard? Blondes DO have more fun! Just joking... actually, any change of hair color is ALWAYS interesting... whether it's blond to brown or just frosted blond streaks in dark hair. It just seems to make a person look different, but in a good way. Kind of adds a bit of mystery to the "who I am" thing. As a guy, I'd say, "Hey! Why is this going on & what can I do to get inside her head?" Just my opinion, but change is always good... as long as it's for the better.
yeah I know a girl that goes to my church, she used to be a blond and she looked really hot and she just changed her hair to this nasty black/brown color. she looks awful. like when she was a blond I would of said she was a 9 but with her new hair she's like a 5
I do think that fixing your hair color can make you seem more vibrant, but I don't think changing it would make you appear more hot. Notice the two different words I used. Lets see if you can find them
Well, I think a lot of girls wish they were blond and a lot of guys like blondes, so of course it's prone to attracting more stares and to please more people than a "bland" brown everybody's used to seeing (although blond dye has it's typical "fake" shade too). I'm a blond myself but I've never dyed my hair. I'm sure dying it brown would make a HUGE difference, but so would highlighting my hair to make it blonder than it already is (it's a brassy gold shade, not a platinum blonde).