Let’s tawk about CULLAH.
Bright CULLAH, as you have heard PeaceBang say, is best used in little doses as a POP. You don’t want to sear people’s retinas when you walk through the door, and especially if they’re in delicate condition on the cardiac care ward. There’s a lot of CULLAH out there for the Spring season and some of it is pretty aggressive.
A couple of things to think about, sweetlings.
First of all, if the color is not to be found in nature, use it very sparingly.
Second, if you have bright fake colored hair, avoid any loud colors on your person or risk looking like a clown. It’s not a look I recommend.
Third, bright colored pants don’t really belong on anyone but the very young and trim. This isn’t to say that I don’t myself have some green jeans and a pair of purple jeans, but DO AS I DO, NOT AS I SAY. I mean, DO AS I SAY, NOT AS I DO. I look very silly in my colored pants but I’m a Recovering Bohemian and I bought those pants last summer when I was spending all my time at the theatre. If I wear them to church it is always with black on top. The purple jeans look perfectly fine for work but there is no excuse whatsoever for the green ones, which I really ought to give away immediately. They are hideous and inappropriate.
Now I’m off to pretend I know the first thing about football when I really just in it for the company and the Doritos and chicken wings. Consider that my confession for the evening and GO RED SOX! Something like that! Homerun!