Contrary to popular opinion, there is no requirement that a bimbo have blonde hair. There are plenty of bimbos out there who are brunettes or redheads. But if you really want your look to scream “I’m a bimbo” then bleach the hell out of your hair and then bleach it again. Afterwards, if you want some color, try a light golden blonde. It is especially “bimbo typical” to have an unnaturally light blonde hair with streaks of color.
One ultra cool thing about growing out your own hair is getting to go to a hair salon every six weeks or so. The whole salon experience is really fun. Just don't go to some chain in a mall. Find one that is all girlie with pink flowered wallpaper and does more than just hair. You can practically feel the whole ultra feminine atmosphere just soaking into your skin! I'll have to write more about the femininity of salons in another post.
Another super cool thing about bleached your own hair is that you get that sexy trashy look as your dark roots grow out.
Why all of these hair care products? So you can do your own hair, silly! Every bimbo should know how to do their own hair. True, the goal is to be a pampered bimbo who can go to the salon anytime she chooses, but even the most pampered bimbo needs to take care of her own hair now and then.
The Internet is loaded with lots of help on doing your hair, so I won't go into much details here. Do an Internet search on "how to style hair" and you'll have lots to look at. Take a look at the mother-daughter team that publish on YouTube as Natures Knockout TV to get you started. For some super hairstyling fun, take a look at The Fifties Web. It has bunches of "how to" instructions to reproduce your favorite classic hairstyles.
Styling your hair using hot rollers is actually very easy and boat loads of fun. In less than an hour you can give yourself a whole new look just by doing your hair! The stereotypical bimbo has big, bouncy hair so why not give it a try? Here's a super easy way to give yourself big bimbo locks:
Make sure that your hair is completely dry. It is best to let it air dry rather than use a hairdryer. Comb out your hair so that it is smooth without any tangles. Next, use a comb to separate a small section of hair at your hairline in the center of your face. The section should be about the same width as one of your hot rollers and not too thick. Comb it straight up, give it a quick spray of loose holding hairspray and then roll that section onto a roller. Actually rolling the hair onto the roller is the only really tricky part but with practice it becomes pretty easy. Secure the roller with one of the roller's clips and repeat! Roll all the hair on your head starting from the top front and working your way down and back. This way, if you run out of rollers, at least the top of your head will be done and it will cover what is underneath. Give your whole head a light spray of hair spray and then let the rollers cool for a while. You really don't need to wait too long but I do recommend at least 15 minutes. As you take the rollers out, don't pull on them but instead unroll them. Once they are all out, very gently use your fingers or a rat-tailed comb to pick at the curls in order to loosen them. Don't pick too much though since that could destroy the curls. Now, bend over so that your head is down and your hair is hanging under you, shake your hair a few time and then spray it with lots and lots of hairspray. Then spray it some more. Really spray the crap out of it. Keep your head down for several minutes to let the hairspray dry. Finally, whip your hair back, shake it a few times and you've got bimbo hair!