Paramore singer-turned-businesswoman Hayley Williams says anyone dyeing their hair should ask themselves why before they do it

Business Insider | 6/8/2018 | Amanda Krause, INSIDER
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In addition to being the lead vocalist of Paramore, Hayley Williams is also the cofounder of a cruelty-free hair-dye company called Good Dye Young.

While speaking about her brand with INSIDER, Williams shared the one question she thinks everyone should ask themselves before dyeing their hair.

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According to Williams, people should question "why" they want to color or change their hair before doing so, as it can help boost confidence and combat judgment from others.

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To many, Hayley Williams is the bold lead vocalist of Paramore, known for her soaring vocals and brightly-colored hair. But she's also a businesswoman.

Williams created Good Dye Young, a cruelty-free hair-dye company, in 2016 alongside her makeup artist and hairstylist, Brian O'Connor. Their brand sells both temporary and semipermanent hair colors, and recently launched its products in all Sally Beauty stores across the US.

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In a recent interview with INSIDER, Williams discussed her personal hair journey and shared her advice for people who are considering dyeing their hair.

The hair-dyeing process can be intimidating. While some fear that dyeing their hair a bold color might lead people to judge them, others worry that dye can cause long-term damage to hair. People who are nervous to take the leap have even created Reddit threads about dyeing their hair.

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But, according to Williams, a hair-dye veteran, the process can be made a little easier by figuring out "what's going on inside" before making a bold change on the outside.

Williams says it's worth going deeper, asking questions like: "What's going on inside of yourself?" and "Why do you want to do this?"

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"Is there something going on? Did you go through a breakup? Are you getting a new job? Are you moving to a new town? What's the 'why' behind why you're dyeing your hair?"

"I think if you know why...
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