Monday, 14 April 2014

hair colour

peacock hair



16 comments:

Yuko Jones said...

I love the subtle blue mixed with the beautiful dark hair. And blue is my favorite color :) ox

anexactinglife.com said...

You look great! Lovely, artful pix!

Stephen Andrew said...

Looks great! I need to send you a photo of peacock haircolor I did for a client last year. It was so fun!

Vix said...

Beautiful - you and you hair! x

Gam Kau said...

Thanks so very much! It's formidable to post photos of your hair and face when you are 2/3 old, but I think the point of a blog (or at least this blog) is to be genuine. Or to figure out what genuine is. :)

silkpathdiary said...

Love your hair and portrait!

Bmore Bungalow said...

Cool pics :-) p.s. I love your mirror.

Gam Kau said...

Thank you SilkP and BmoreB! :)

pao said...

You and your hair look so healthy! I must be honest though, I don't see any peacock color in there anywhere. Is it me, or are you speaking metaphorically (or minimalist-ly, you poet you)? Great portrait shots to be sure.

Gam Kau said...

Pao -Healthy? Portrait? Ha!
Yes, the peacock colours (blue, purple, teal) are nary to found other than in bright sunlight. Which is how I ended up balancing my computer whilst craning towards our bathroom window, hence, the "portrait".

I'm fairly healthy for 2/3 old. Or, maybe I should frame it as 2/3 dead. I figure we get 3 chapters of 25 years if we are lucky and everything else is a bonus. Thus, I'm 2/3 there either way.

Shelley said...

Great idea, so fun. Much better than 'blonde'.

Gam Kau said...

Shelley, don't know that is is better than blonde, but it is a nice way to welcome all the grey! :)

pao said...

Ah, I see, you are so subtle.

Oh my, I'm more than 2/3 old then. Let's see, that would make me 5/6 old. I think I'd rather just say I'm 62. Saying it as 5/6 old sounds rather close to the expiration date!

Gam Kau said...

Pao - I guess there's some Buddhist/Stoic aspect to my personality that has me focused on death. Morbid, but surprisingly useful for appreciation.

frugalscholar said...

I guess I'm 4/5. Shakespeare made the same point as in your last comment: "This thou perceiv'st, which makes thy love more strong/To love that well which thou must leave ere long."

Gam Kau said...

Thanks for the quote FrugalScholar, it's so achingly poignant. Beautiful. I had to go look up sonnet 73 to have a read.