My 12 year old daughter ( just turned 12 4 month ago) wants to dye her hair and get highlights...she is only 12 ! And now that I tell her she is too young for that stuff, she gets an attitude and is like "well it isnt like I want it pink" , she wants it dark red with like "golden" highlights, which to me isnt much better.Answer Question
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I hope her dad is in the picture bc if he isn't it is only going to get worse I remember when my sd was 10 her mom got her highlights in her hair and her dad was pissed anyway time goes by and for her 13th birthday as a gift from her mom to her dd she took her to go get a belly piercing and it was secretly done never to tell dad but guess what the only reason my dh found out was bc when she was visiting us she was laying on the bed and gave a very long stretch while my dh was in the room with her talking to her...boy he was pissed he felt like he had no say so to his own dd. Anyway years later she is old enough to do whatever but damn it sucks when they are not old enough and no father figure in their life. GL the only reason she wants all this is to blend in with her friends and their parents probably don't watch their kids the way you do. So if you can NO means NO!!!
Answer by Butterfly1108 at 11:47 PM on Apr. 1, 2010
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