Exclusive: Kirti Kulhari Says Women Colouring Hair Due To Heartbreak Is A Way To “Just Break Out Of It”. We Agree!

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Exclusive: Kirti Kulhari Says Women Colouring Hair Due To Heartbreak Is A Way To “Just Break Out Of It”. We Agree!

In an exclusive conversation with Hauterrfly, Kirit Kulhari, the talented actor known for her roles in Four More Shots Please and Mission Mangal, and who is also one of the newest brand ambassadors of L’Oréal Paris hair colour range, candidly dismissed the age-old stereotype that women only colour their hair due to heartbreak. The actress shared her perspective on this controversial topic, shedding light on the deeper meaning behind women’s choices regarding their hair colour.

 

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Kirti Kulhari On Women Colouring Their Hair

In the exclusive conversation with Hauterfly, Kirit Kulhari shared her perspective on the relationship between women and colored hair, stating, “You know, we are feeling different things at different points of time. And hair happens to be something that, we feel like expressing through our hair. It’s a very common phenomenon that a lot of women have. I mean, men are also included in this category. It’s just that they don’t have, much to play with. Just, you know, not much to experiment with.”

 

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Kirti Kulhari On Women Being Stereotyped For Colouring Hair

Kulhari continued to challenge the stereotype that women color their hair solely due to heartbreak, saying, “And today I just don’t change my hair color or you know, have a haircut because I’m going through a low phase. Now it’s just become such an important and such an automatic part of my life that I just, I mean that if I can change my hair in a short span of just 2 months because I was bored of it and I want to try something new. I’ve literally become that person.” For Kulhari, the act of changing her hair has evolved into a form of empowerment. She described how the initial hesitation transformed into courage, enabling her to experiment more freely. Kulhari emphasized that her motivations have shifted from dealing with low phases to simply embracing the joy of transformation and expressing herself in new and vibrant ways.

In a simple yet profound statement, Kulhari summed up her approach, saying, “So yeah, there’s, there’s not much meaning to what I’m doing with my hair these days. It’s just as I said, it’s just an expression of how I’m feeling, and I think I’m changing all the time, I’m evolving all the time, and my hair happens to be a big part of that evolution for me, that expression for me, and that’s exactly what it represents. It just represents me at different points of time.”

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