Alright, I’m Drawing the Line at ‘Pumpkin Spice Hair’
All the foods are pumpkin spice now. All of THEM!!!!
Recently I have seen pumpkin spice cheese, yogurt, chocolate, waffles, pop-tarts, hummus, cream cheese, almonds, butter, Peeps, and of course, coffee, beer, and all that.
There are the pumpkin spice non-edibles, like dish soap, condoms, body lotion and tampons!
But, this is it! I've had it! I'm drawing the line.
According to some hairstylists, the new trend women are asking for this fall is . . . pumpkin spice HAIR. Can you imagine! Walking into the salon with your Uggs, your leggings, your coffee in-hand, and asking for pumpkin spice hair!
And, I guess they're talking about the color, not the smell... or taste.
But I'm sure if people could have pumpkin spice smell or flavor infused into their heads, they would. #Fall #Blessed
If done correctly, Pumpkin Spice Hair basically looks reddish-brown.
People are calling it the "PSL," meaning Pumpkin Spice Latte.
Apparently if you're a brunette, you get a few delicate highlights and a gloss. If you're a blonde, same thing . . . or you work with your existing highlights. The goal is a soft, gentle subdued copper.
I mean, it does sound pretty... but I just can't.