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What color is your hair? is it long or  short Mine is light brown with some gray medium length

asked Jan 2 in Style and Beauty by bobboy (439,330 points)

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Dark brown some glints of gold and red, very long to just 4 inches above waist, wavy.  My crowning glory;)

answered Jan 2 by Cinders717 (2,700,050 points)
mmmmm  nice
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Mostly gone.

What's left is mostly grey.

Mostly short, although I might try growing it out for a DJ Trump comb over.

answered Jan 2 by Welloone (624,270 points)
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I'm a Martian; I don't have need for such things for myself.   That being said, Martians appreciate hair on feminine creatures from Earth.  It is almost always the first thing we notice and appreciate.  It doesn't matter if it is blonde, brunette, red or jet black.  Long or short is irrelevant too.  As long as it is neat, clean and well-cared-for, it brings a smile to our faces.

You see, a woman who takes pride in her hair and appearance shows the attention to detail that we desire in a mate.  Add a soft perfume to the mix, and you might just find a Martian following you around all day.  And if you speak softly, sweetly and respectfully...well... My next question is how well you can cook.  :)

answered Jan 2 by MarvinMartian (61,060 points)
I cook better, when their is a mirror on the ceiling just over the bed.
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Red hair, middle of my back

Dictators ride to and fro upon tigers which they dare not dismount and the tigers are getting hungry

answered Jan 2 by lavender (1,777,710 points)
very nice ;o)
thank you :)
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Brown, with natural golden highlights in summer (I've been told my username suits me for that reason), just past my shoulders. 

Never open doors if you don't dare to walk on through ...

answered Jan 2 by Tabbycat1 (906,260 points)
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