Oriental Asians suit more (and only) with dark-colored hair. It is the only natural color that is given by God since we’re born. Be it dark cocoa-brown, black, brownish-black, or black. Did I say black? Along with new age, new millenium, and new global trend that has occured for the past decade or so, Hollywood celebrities’ lifestyle, fashion-sense, and trends started to affect a lot of Eastern culture. One of them is color-dyeing our hair. Be it full-dye, or highlighting. We started to see a lot of Asians started to dye their hair to (extremely-)lighter color. Golden blonde, pearly blonde, titanium blonde, you name it. Blonde Asians, young or middle-aged, skinny or busty, male or female, tall or short started to appear everywhere.
I gotta say this is such a painful thing to see. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not critisizing about the Western-influence on Asian culture. But more about the worse-than-direct-sunlight hair color that my eyes have to bear. I can’t stand watching those “rusty mops” hanging on the head. Or so many modern Monkey Kings and Queens wandering around. Hope none of us will ever need to bleach our hair so badly to torture those people around us.
Now look at these computer-generated photos. We will be color-blinded enough to repeat the same mistake… 😉
And here’s another one where my Medanese friends go blonde: