As a mum, I'd never consider dyeing my daughter's hair.


I don't know if it's fear over what's in the dye or the fact that it is unnecessary, but it's just something that has never really crossed my mind. 


However, that doesn't mean I'm against it.



Sure, we used to put temporary green dye in our hair every Halloween, and we'd often end up going to school with it still in because it was a nightmare to get out! 


But after seeing this little's girl's gorgeous pink hair, I'd actually half consider it!


Charity Grace LeBlanc has a beautiful Instagram account, and frequently shares pictures of her children: two-year-old Felicity (or City for short) and six-year-old Oakley. 


And it's one of her latest posts that has really caught our attention: City getting her hair dyed a very bright pink. 



"[City] has been begging me [to dye her hair] for a long time so we finally just went ahead and did it," the mum-of-two explained in a YouTube tutorial. 


"I used Manic Panic Hot Pink which is a direct dye and is safe for kids. It washed out in about 3-4 days."


However, Charity was mum-shamed for doing it, and some followers even saying that she was ruining her daughter's hair.


"This is so irresponsible of you," wrote one. 


"Of course she's going to want it - she's a kid!


"She doesnt know what she wants!


"And you, the parent, should know better!


"She's going to be bald by the age of 20." 



However, most of her followers were all for it - considering the dye is vegan and only lasts a few days. 


What do you think? Would you dye your little one's hair? 




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