Music student Emily Reay is a natural redhead who has tweaked her auburn tresses into a more fiery red shade. Not a problem until recently her school told her to 'tone it down' — or leave. Her trademark vibrant locks, that she ironically won 'best hairstyle' for at prom, have suddenly been deemed inappropriate for sixth form studies.
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Being a redhead is part of year-old UK student Emily Reay's signature style. Her hair is naturally auburn, and she lightens or darkens it, while still keeping it a gorge ginger shade. The talented singer rocked her red hair for three years, until one day after Easter break, her high school teachers randomly told her that her hair color was inappropriate, and she needed to tone it down before she returned to school. Emily was so upset, bursting into tears when teachers told her. If I had to dye my hair brown, I would lose this. So, why now, when she's had red hair for years? Emily's mom is supportive of daughter staying a redhead, saying: "They do not realize what her hair means to her. The school's uniform policy clearly states no unnatural hair colors, like blue or green.
A redhead teenager in England claims she is being banned from school because of her hair colour. Emily Reay, 17, said that although her hair is naturally auburn, she has sported lighter flame-coloured locks for three years, and with no comment from her teachers at Trinity School in Carlisle, Cumbria. But when she returned to school after the Easter holidays, the school decided the colour was inappropriate, and ordered her to tone it down or she would be barred from lessons. Ginger hair was her trademark, she said. For me it is a confidence thing. If I had to dye my hair brown, I would lose this.