Remember the rainbow of a horse that paraded through the Emerald City in the Wizard of Oz? When Dorothy asks about him, the guard says: “He’s the Horse of a Different Color you’ve heard tell about!”
Although not usually so pastel, horses do come in a wide range of colors and it’s something breeders are taking more of an interest in. According to the Horse Colors website, a horse’s color does not affect its personality, yet they are still often judged by their hue and initial assumptions are made based on something primarily aesthetic. Isn’t the same true for humans? We are often characterized by the color of our tresses, begging the question: do blondes really have more fun?
Kyle White, lead Hair Colorist at the Oscar Blandi Salon in New York City says: “Hair color is an identity – when you change it, you can become a different person.” Whatever the color of your mane, it’s important you treat it well. Most women and a large portion of men will dye their hair at least once in their lifetime. Whether you do it to hide some grays or you do it just for a change of pace, you want to make sure the color lasts as long as possible. And that’s where the Mane ‘n Tail line of products really come in handy.
Mane n Tail’s Color Protect Shampoo will help your color stay brilliant longer. Its micro-enriched proteins strengthen and condition, cleansing hair without stripping, which in turn, prolongs color life. It’s suited for all hair types and provides body, shine and manageability for healthy looking hair every time you shampoo.
While it’s true our appearances give an immediate visual first impression, it’s really what’s inside that’s most important. There’s an “Old Horsemans’ Tale” that says: “a good horse is never a bad color.” And sometimes, looking good on the outside helps us feel good inside.