This was taken a few years back. It was the first time I dyed my hair pink. Apparently I don't look anything like that, because whenever I show such pictures to people they always argue with me and say that the person in the photos is clearly not me. Even my own mother wouldn't believe me.
Anyway, I've always believed that flamingo pink hair dye can make anyone look more attractive. Everyone should do it at least once in their lives. (I've done it twice; that's just how cool I am.) I'm including instructions, just in case you feel the need for pink hair.
First, it helps to have short hair. You may want to get a haircut beforehand. Then, unless you have extremely blond hair, you will want to bleach it, so the pink dye has a nice light background. I used Jerome Russell's Punky Bleach. You'll probably want to do the eyebrows and facial hair too, so you don't look like a weirdo. (We certainly wouldn't want that.) At this point, I suggest that you leave yourself blond for at least 24 hours. Go out to work or school, meet with your friends, go out in public, and just have fun being blond for awhile. People often find this change alone to be quite shocking. (Little do they know.) To color your hair, use Jerome Russell's Punky Hair Colour #1412. You may want to leave your eyebrows and facial hair blond, since there is such a thing as too much pink. That's up to you. (As if the rest isn't.) Now go forth out into the world and let people see how cool you are.
After about a week, you'll find that much of the pink has worn away, leaving you with blond patches and the remaining color far less bright. Also, by then your roots will have started to appear. At this point, you will probably want to dye your hair back to something resembling its original color.