I dont get why most people here are saying that most Asians that dye their hair blonde is trying to look caucasion or some other white-looking race. Heck most of the natural blondes want their hair brown, black, or dirty blonde for all I know. And as far as I've seen, most Asian girls who dye their hair a lighter color makes them stand out more in a "glowing" way in my experience. Especially the ones who pull it off real well. So, so long as you know itll suit you well for a change, I think it'll look cute! But if you're going to be self-conscious with people who think negatively, just be strong. Who cares about them. Its your hair and your decision. Just remember that it needs to be managed more
I once want to dye my hair dark yellow like the guy Tidus in FFX but i fear that people will think im weird xD My parents are agianst any color except black or brown cuz any other color makes us look like those kinda emos or gangstas on t. v hah. Prepare to be judge and/or receive compliments. I dont think it will look very nice. Be happy what ur given, your just perfect the way u are. ;)
You may be able to pull it off. It really depends on your skin complexion and your facial features. I need to see a pic of yours to decide if blonde will suit you or not. But I've seen Asian girls (mostly Japanese and Koreans) who looked great with blonde hair.
I don't mind it if it's done well and if it suits them. But I've seen too many Asians sport YELLOW hair while calling it blonde. Yellow hair just doesn't look flattering on anyone, and it's basically a by-product of not getting all the black/dark colors out of your hair. So yeah, as long as it suits them and as long as it's actually blonde and not yellow/orange, it doesn't matter.
I think most Asian girls can't pull this off because even if you dye your hair blond - your facial features will still be considered chinese - the nose that's not as pointed as a european noise etc... If they look european facially then dyed hair might convince others that they aren't chinese anymore.
I think a lot of them overdo it. The end result is that their hair looks like an orange fried wasteland with healthy black/brown roots. It's weird. The Asians I see that pull it off are rare and usually do so as low-lights. Red highlights look better on black hair.
If they have pale and fair skin like the Japanese or some Korean popstars do, then they might be able to pull it off. But people with darker skin and blonde hair would ALWAYS remind me of this broom my mom used to have.
Not many Asian ( and black ) women can pull it off. I can't help but think they are doing it just to appear more Caucasian / self hate thing. I'm all for self exspression though. But if ling-ling is dying her hair just to get with Mr. Smith, she better set her priorities straight..