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As a freshman, I'm really digging deep in the recesses of my soul for what makes me stand out. Naturally, I'm an introverted introvert, lol!

Which is what makes the Internet and this blogging site my best friend, along with other underrated social medias. Personally, I really wish Pinterest got more attention. But in another way, I don't because it would take away what made it so special to me and plenty others.

It was the third week of school or so when I decided to start a little trend for myself to express my chill, mermaid obsessed, spacy personality.

Mom had swept back my bangs, bringing out my hidden eyebrows. That's when I thought I could give them an upgrade. So I took an eye shadow palette, and tested out many colors.

Ones that failed for my complexion were reds, oranges, and yellows. The black hairs dominated and seemed to just engulf them. However, I had a strong love for how dark skin seemed to just mix well with blue. So exotic.

When I applied my first sample of blue, a teal shade, it worked. I walked around the school for about a week to see how many would react. Not many noticed, or even cared for that matter. Dad seriously believed they'd be bullying me for it, but in this day and time, why would they? Dying your hair of any location is normal now.

Head hair, eyelash hair, nose hair, you name it!
Most important fact was that I was doing this for ME. Not for the approval of others. I was never popular, and never really wanted to aim in that direction. One or two friends is really enough for a person to survive in this world.

After a while, I began to grow tired of the color, and moved on from greenish blue to turquoise. That looked much more vivid and brighter, and I fell in love again. They really matched my galaxy shirts!

However, picture day rolled around by the fifth week and dyed hair was absolutely banned! I was lucky to have only temporarily tinted my eyebrows using eye shadow and mascara. Others actually changed it. My only advice for them was to wear a wig I guess, or dyed weaves to protect the real hair underneath without damaging it.

Not too long after pictures, the blue period ended, and I entered mostly blacks to match my hair. My parents say this is all a phase. When I'm 20, and I look back on this year, I might call this the "Eyebrolor Era".


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