Commonly, if you are at high school or even junior high school, you will think about who you really are and try to figure it out. You may want to try different styles to suit what makes you confident and different from anyone else.
However, lots of private and public schools create rules against a number of things, such as distracting hair colouring. Students who disobey the policies may be given suspension.
Instead of expecting a rule change, why don’t you try to work with the rules and change your hair tone in ways that will keep you safe from trouble?
The first idea to work on is the natural shades. If your school has a regulation against hair toning, commonly natural shades are still allowed.
Even though it may not appear dramatic, coloring your hair in an entirely different shade or tone will get you an entirely new appearance and style.
If you go from brown to blonde, red or blonde to black, black to auburn, your friends and all the teachers will surely notice the difference, yet the school officials may not give you suspension.
The other idea to try on is highlights. Coming back to school just after a very long summer off, probably you will want to show your friends how much fun you have had before.
While the school may not allow bright pink tone, simple highlights are commonly allowed and you can show your friends that you have been out in the sun and had lots of fun. Highlights can brighten your face as well and add a bulky look to your hairstyle.