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Old Nov 13th, 2010, 09:29 AM   91
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I'm not a bit drinker so that's no biggy, and I drink decaf tea and coffee already, but I'm going to have to find some way to dye my hair.... there must be a way thats safe!!! I hate having roots haha!



 
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Old Nov 13th, 2010, 09:41 AM   92
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Is the dark roots look not in fashion at the moment? x



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Old Nov 13th, 2010, 09:47 AM   93
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I'm not a bit drinker so that's no biggy, and I drink decaf tea and coffee already, but I'm going to have to find some way to dye my hair.... there must be a way thats safe!!! I hate having roots haha!
I don't know exactly where you are located but here it is perfectly safe to color (dye) your hair as long as you are in an open area. I'm naturally blonde but I color my hair dark brown and I will continue doing so when I get pregnant. My bf does hair and has pregnant women in her shop all the time. But I would look into it... like I said, I color my hair and don't bleach it so I don't know if that makes a difference or not...

Also you could try Sun In or lemon juice to lighten your roots... when I was in high school and middle school I used sun in all the time! Just spray it in and use the hair dryer to activate it and within days it was bleach blonde. My old roommate is naturally dark headed and all she's ever used is sun in as well and she has bleach blonde hair as well...



 
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I'm not a bit drinker so that's no biggy, and I drink decaf tea and coffee already, but I'm going to have to find some way to dye my hair.... there must be a way thats safe!!! I hate having roots haha!
I don't know exactly where you are located but here it is perfectly safe to color (dye) your hair as long as you are in an open area. I'm naturally blonde but I color my hair dark brown and I will continue doing so when I get pregnant. My bf does hair and has pregnant women in her shop all the time. But I would look into it... like I said, I color my hair and don't bleach it so I don't know if that makes a difference or not...

Also you could try Sun In or lemon juice to lighten your roots... when I was in high school and middle school I used sun in all the time! Just spray it in and use the hair dryer to activate it and within days it was bleach blonde. My old roommate is naturally dark headed and all she's ever used is sun in as well and she has bleach blonde hair as well...
Well I'm in the UK and I haven't heard of Sun In so I'll definitely look into it! Thank you H-P! Whatever I can find without having to bleach it would be a life saver!

And yes roots are big at the moment, but for some reason it brings me down- I like to have a very classic polished look so it really doesn't suit me!



 
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@Hodge-Podge- I've found Sun In on my old favourite Amazon! Thank goodness for Amazon! Yey!



 
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@Hodge-Podge- I've found Sun In on my old favourite Amazon! Thank goodness for Amazon! Yey!
Oh good!! That stuff is amazing!!!



 
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Old Nov 14th, 2010, 12:30 PM   97
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I am new on here, but we are going to start TTC in December. I am on my last pill packet now!!! Yay!



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I am new on here, but we are going to start TTC in December. I am on my last pill packet now!!! Yay!
So exciting as am 3 pills into my last pill packet. I can't wait for my final withdrawl bleed. The other day a friend announced that they would prob be getting married next Sept/Oct and all I could think of was - Gosh, if I get preggers straight away, I could be potentially 9 months pregnant!!!!!! Touch wood that is.



 
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Old Nov 15th, 2010, 03:38 AM   99
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The other day a friend announced that they would prob be getting married next Sept/Oct and all I could think of was - Gosh, if I get preggers straight away, I could be potentially 9 months pregnant!!!!!! Touch wood that is. [/QUOTE]

I'm in the same boat- my sister is getting married next year and she said she's not going to plan it round my potential pregnancy so I'll have to lump it! She has a point but I just know I'll be huge for it! I know it would be amazing if I am though If we get pregnant December cycle the due date is our wedding anniversary



 
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The other day a friend announced that they would prob be getting married next Sept/Oct and all I could think of was - Gosh, if I get preggers straight away, I could be potentially 9 months pregnant!!!!!! Touch wood that is.
I'm in the same boat- my sister is getting married next year and she said she's not going to plan it round my potential pregnancy so I'll have to lump it! She has a point but I just know I'll be huge for it! I know it would be amazing if I am though If we get pregnant December cycle the due date is our wedding anniversary [/QUOTE]

Oh how lovely! The due date is calculated by the first day of your last period eh? Well, I'm on the pill so does that mean my due date would be for 10 months from the first day of my withdrawl bleed? If so, it would be September 6th 2010! How exciting! Completely hypothetical obviously.



 
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