Day 31 of Dress the Rainbow

Aubrey Nelson, hair painter

Day 31 of Dress the Rainbow in green/blue with my dear friend Aubrey Nelson, who you might recognize as the woman behind my blonde, white, pink, and now green/blue locks of recent times and the painted hairs of many other lovely ladies. For this shoot she had visions of beautifully painted green and blue wigs, because, turns out, wigs come on and off. Who knew?! And they don’t damage your hair! And you can cut it to any style you choose. I think I’m going to start wearing wigs on a regular basis.

Funny story, Paul is in NYC for the summer and when I showed him the picture his natural reaction was to ask if I cut my hair. “Yes,” I told him. “Did you color your hair?” Yes, I told him. “What do you think about it?” I asked. Expecting him to find it not suitable, he surprised me by saying how much he LOVED it. Like, really loved it. Like, he would want it to be permanent.

And that, my friends, is why we make a great time 🙂

Aside from pioneering hair painting, Aubrey is one of the most tender hearted and generous souls I know. She has some fun projects coming at us in the next few months and you must stay tuned to hear all about it. Follow her on Instagram here.

And thank you to Jessica Peterson who works magic with that camera.

See more pics after the jump! 

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