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Put Your Self First: Go For A Beauty Change! (VIDEO)

By daniellesmith |

I used to be petrified of change….especially when it involved my appearance.  What if I hated it?  What is it was horrible?

Somehow, as is often the case, with age, comes wisdom – at least enough wisdom to know that any change I make is only temporary.  And quite honestly, the more I age, the more I need the ‘little’ changes to put a little spring back in my step.  I’m talking about some basic maintenance or taking the dive and actually coloring my hair. Now, you can see from the picture there, that I’ve actually taken a walk down the road, and I’m truly happy with the result.  If you hate it, well, that’s ok…. you don’t need to tell me.

I was looking in the mirror and felt, well, ‘blah’…. I realized I needed to do something.  For me, it was my hair that was throwing me off.

I used to be afraid of taking a step like this…. until I learned a few key things from my favorite stylist in the world.  I share what you need to know in the video.  I’m fun like that.

I know there are many people who have been braving the world of hair color for a long time, but having someone you trust makes all the difference.

Read more from Danielle on Strollerderby and her personal sites ExtraordinaryMommy and DanielleSmithMedia.

You can also follow her on Twitter.

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A decorated public speaker and a masterful listener, Danielle Smith can engage and entertain both online and live audiences alike. She is the founder of Extraordinary Mommy, the author of Mom, Incorporated: A Guide to Business + Baby , and a lover of all things video. Read bio and latest posts → Read daniellesmith's latest posts →

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