I decided to experiment with having auburn hair & a tiny bit of blonde foiled into my brunette. It's not really as bright as it looks in the picture, but it's still remarkably different from what I usually ask for. Brunette still trumps all, though, so I'll be going darker/less red again next time around though I'll definitely trust my new hair girl to do whatever she thinks is best (which she says is another foil adding in low lights of mahogany).
I do think the auburn suits me a lot better than blonde ever did and looks better with my skin, but it still doesn't feel like "me" the way dark brown does or even blonde did at times or the way I imagine silver/grey will in the future.
In other boring facelift blabbering, I shaved off my armpit hair and the pubes on my thighs and labia, and I'm in the process of picking out some new eyeglass frames; it's tough, because there are a lot of them I like and I would love to wear glasses more often (the ones I have now are an old prescription so I don't see perfectly with them). To make choosing easier, I'm fairly limited in options because of the strength/thickness of my lenses. No wire frames, squared-off or open-bottomed styles for near-sighted, astigmatic Trixie.
That's all I have time to blog about right now; I've got period cramps and a lot of stuff to do (editing photos and videos we shot this week and building promos that NEED to be done asap) before the weekend when we have shows and chat scheduled. I'd also really like to take some time out to go see a movie.
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My response to Oprah's team dulling down the Real Housewives of Orange County
A post made by Trixie on her phone:MP3 File
Note: I didn't see the show and am only going on the piece I linked to. Also, it's not that I don't think men -- particularly gay men -- are capable of being brilliant stylists and all of that, the part I hate is the whole "Ladies! COVER UP, will ya? Jesus, you fucking skanks -- no one wants to see that much of your old-ass bodies, okaaaaaaaaaay?" attitude. And seriously, if someone doesn't have style that sets them apart from the people they hang out with, do you really think that personal style is something you can THRUST upon them?
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