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Old 12-14-2004, 02:45 PM
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So what? Each of them looks great the way they are [...] so Royals dying their hair is fine with me!
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Old 12-14-2004, 06:18 PM
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A close-up of CP Letizia's eyes - to me they look hazel-greenish, and are very lovely...
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Old 12-14-2004, 06:24 PM
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...even Queen Elizabeth, as her all-shiny-silver hair does require a touch-up too. Grey & silver hair is not too shiny by nature (look at the grey hair of the Queens mentioned above), and you do need a little extra help to make it look like QE II's or Princess Lilian of Sweden's cotton-candy-look.
I'm not sure of this. After all everyone has different hair, less or more shining. For instance, I think Queen Marghrete has simply bad looking hair.
I insist that Queen Elizabeth's hair doesn't look dyed; however I must admit that I'm not an expert on this subject.
We should ask to a good hairdresser...
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Old 12-15-2004, 11:08 AM
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A close-up of CP Letizia's eyes - to me they look hazel-greenish, and are very lovely...
Yes. It seems that. But in others photos she uses a dark green lens.
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The prince felipe dye the hair? Because his hair is light brown but he has some white hair near the hears.

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Old 01-31-2005, 06:19 PM
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Is Sylvia younger than Margarethe is and has she had any plastic surgery, she looks excactly like when she was young (almos)
Silvia is 3 1/2 years younger than Margrethe. Margrethe was born in April, 1940, and Silvia was born in December, 1943

I think that Silvia has had plastic surgery at least once. If I recall correctly, and Norwegian Se & HÝr reported the right news, she had it around her 50th birthday.
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Old 01-31-2005, 06:56 PM
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This is a pretty funny topic. Don't a huge number of women in the world dye or highlight their hair? What's the big deal? Or am I missing something? The important thing is to have it done well.

As for Letizia's eye colour--my mother is Spanish with green eyes just like Letizia. Sometimes her eyes look more brown, sometimes more green, it depends on the light and what she's wearing. Letizia's eyes are obvisouly the same. My husband is also hazel-eyed and his eyes are more brown or more green depending, again, on the light or the clothing he is wearing. I believe it's the same for most people with green eyes. The same thing happens with people with blue eyes--they look more or less blue depending on the light or clothing.
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Old 02-01-2005, 12:38 AM
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Considering their age, I should think the Duchesses of Gloucester and Kent, Princess Michael, and Princess Alexandra all dye their hair. But for people who are now in their 60s and 70s, hair dyeing once grey starts to show seems to be more common than for people in their 40s and 50s. It seems more common to see grey hair on middle-aged than old women these days.
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Old 02-01-2005, 01:52 AM
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Silvia is 3 1/2 years younger than Margrethe. Margrethe was born in April, 1940, and Silvia was born in December, 1943

I think that Silvia has had plastic surgery at least once. If I recall correctly, and Norwegian Se & HÝr reported the right news, she had it around her 50th birthday.
sorry off topic: it has been done well than, she does not have a Kabuki mask look, hope she does not go overboard with too many nips and tuks
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Old 02-01-2005, 02:00 AM
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This is a pretty funny topic. Don't a huge number of women in the world dye or highlight their hair? What's the big deal? Or am I missing something? The important thing is to have it done well.

As for Letizia's eye colour--my mother is Spanish with green eyes just like Letizia. Sometimes her eyes look more brown, sometimes more green, it depends on the light and what she's wearing. Letizia's eyes are obvisouly the same. My husband is also hazel-eyed and his eyes are more brown or more green depending, again, on the light or the clothing he is wearing. I believe it's the same for most people with green eyes. The same thing happens with people with blue eyes--they look more or less blue depending on the light or clothing.
the "big" deal is perhaps that about a 100 years ago only prostitutes coloured their hair and through the decades things have changed.
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royals and celebrities alike, are expected to look a certain way b/c they represent a certain thing, in the case of royalty, their countries or their organizations of their choice. so they're supposed to look good. so, who cares if they've had "work done". in the end, it's for a good cause, and let's face it, i don't think anyone would appreciate their head of state turning up on a state visit or at an official function looking as if they've just got out of bed with a hangover after a long hard night of hard partying. that's my opinion.
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what is 'highlight' in one's hair? don't quite understand
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Old 05-24-2005, 04:42 PM
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highlighting is adding hints of color. people naturally have different shades of color in different areas such as the root and at the back of the neck. highlighting emphasizes. someone who is brunette could put light brown highlights in their hair to bring out a natural lighter brown color instead of dying their whole head lighter.

when you highlight words on a page you are making them stand out. highlights in hair make it stand out either the natural color or the new color.
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This is a pretty funny topic. Don't a huge number of women in the world dye or highlight their hair? What's the big deal? Or am I missing something? The important thing is to have it done well.

As for Letizia's eye colour--my mother is Spanish with green eyes just like Letizia. Sometimes her eyes look more brown, sometimes more green, it depends on the light and what she's wearing. Letizia's eyes are obvisouly the same. My husband is also hazel-eyed and his eyes are more brown or more green depending, again, on the light or the clothing he is wearing. I believe it's the same for most people with green eyes. The same thing happens with people with blue eyes--they look more or less blue depending on the light or clothing.
I would have to agree with you...I dye my hair, and so do many people I know..but it is slightly interesting to try and guess/figure out who does and doesn't. As for the eye color thing, I have blue eyes and depending on lighting and my clothing, my eyes can look more green or very blue...oh and good explanation on highlights, lamass!
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thank you, Iamass :)
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does it mather if they colours thier hair

for me its not a big deal
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Old 08-03-2005, 03:16 PM
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Sophie's hair has always been blond it may been darker at one time. But hair does change. I don't know if she dyes it. But isn't there something about how its not good to do it while pregnent?
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I've heard that the chemicals in the dye are very bad for you to inhale especially while you're pregnant. If anyone has ever dyed their hair, you know how much it stinks!

I don't know one female friend of mine that doesn't dye her hair, including me!
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Old 08-03-2005, 04:13 PM
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has any royal or there people/press admited yo having plastic surgery?
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Old 08-03-2005, 04:19 PM
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I think Queen sirikit of Thailand has dye her hair since she always has very black hair even in her age 70's.
http://www.theroyalforums.com/forums...chmentid=37222
http://www.theroyalforums.com/forums...chmentid=61246
when she was young
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