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Pregnant Kourtney Kardashian Justifies Dyeing Hair

Update Date: Apr 11, 2012 01:23 AM EDT

Pregnant Kourtney Kardashian recently changed her hair color after a long time.

Dyeing hair is not a serious issue, but the fact that she is expecting a baby makes the difference. Connecting pregnancy and hair dyeing evokes concern regarding the safety of the unborn baby.

Aware of the controversy her hair coloring can bring, Kourtney defended the act in her blog by saying that she had taken the doctor's advice regarding the safety of the baby and had only highlighted the hair, the safest hair coloring method for pregnant women.

"I did research about doing anything to the color of my hair while pregnant and followed all of the guidelines from my doctor and took the proper precautions necessary," she wrote.

Kourtney, 32, also said that while coloring her hair she used products without ammonia content and was very careful about the dye not touching the scalp.

"It is also recommended to be in a well- ventilated area as well as being at least in your second trimester, and I followed both of those rules. Anyone who knows anything about me knows that I take caution in all the products I use all the time, but especially when pregnant," she added.

Talking about the new color and her liking for it, she said: "I still am not sure how I feel about the color. I would say dark probably suits me best but change is always fun! ...don't have anything on my hair besides sulphate free shampoo and conditioner."

Kourtney hasn't touched her hair color "in over 10 years" and thought it was time for some fun. "Don't even ask...why now after 10 years...I'm just crazy," she said in her blog.

Kourtney and her husband Scott Disick already have a two- year-old son named Mason Disick.

Source: www.momisbest.com 

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