Would You Dye Your Hair Like Joss Stone?

08/17/2007 at 11:00 AM ET

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Lots of women, including us, attempted at-home dye jobs with the aid of Cherry Kool-Aid or Manic Panic in a rebellious moment. But for the most part, as we grew up, we settled for more sensible, occuring-in-nature hair colors. Joss Stone looks pretty cool with her fuchsia and blue highlights, but it’s not exactly like she’s working at a 9-to-5 desk job. We want to know: Would you try brightly-colored highlights? Do you like the look on Joss?

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Stevie A on

What is wrong with colored hair? Why does she have to be a ‘jester’ or a ‘fool’ just because she has colorful hair? Some people are so closed minded its sad. Open up a bit and stop judging others and you will be a happier person.

Jessica on

LOVE IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I want it so bad i wonder what colors they are?

Sarah FC on

I think her hair is really awsome.. i have had my hair blue and purple separatly, i have also had blue purple and pink at the sime time, red orange and yellow at the same time and currently have blue green and yellow. i love having my hair different, unnatural colors becuase it helps me stand out. Joss and I also did it the right way though becuase we didn;t do all of our hair. it looks good either way but some people i think it suits people better with just sections. :)

Sharon Rose on

Alright ~ Lord knows I’m not against dying hair ~ no matter the colour (I’m a dye-hard Manic Panic fan), but she’s just looks like a darn fool! Too many colours at once, and it just looks . . . messy.

Englisch mit Bärbel – Teil 7 | Unsere kleine Regenbogenfamilie on

[...] wird es auch gerne zum Färben verschiedenster Dinge wie zum Beispiel Wolle, Stoff, Knete oder Haaren benutzt. Am liebsten mögen wir übrigens den blauen Saft, der sich passenderweise Ice Blue heißt. [...]

laura mg on

I would love to dye my hair like her’s. Im lookin forward to it. I just need someone who can do it.

Lola on

I absolutely loved her hair when it had the fuschia but the blue makes her hair look dingy. Maybe it’s just fading. But It’s Joss Stone so…what she lacks, can be made up for, ten times over, with her voice. : )

Lisa J on

I love it! I am looking into trying it myself – it’s fun and harmless no matter what your career choice!

Betsy Ross on

She looks fantastic!

Funnily enough, in Europe, the women (of ALL ages) die their hair all sorts of interesting colors. They put splashes of this or that in or do all-over jobs of one or several unusual colors.

Americans are, in a word, prudes.

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