Woman’s ‘idiot’ husband slammed for saying 37 is ‘too old’ to dye hair red

A husband was slammed by Mumsnet users after claiming his 37-year-old spouse was too old to give herself a makeover in the new year.

The woman was inspired to shed the pounds and switch up her hairstyle for 2021, reverting back to a "dark plum" colour she once had a few years ago, but her partner didn't share the same enthusiasm.

She told the online forum her partner was dismissive and said "you have had your time", despite this being the colour she had when they first met, and the site's users were not happy with him.

The woman, who goes by the username of Gliterzzz, said: "When I met my now husband in 2013 I had a dark plum red hair colour.

"Around 2017 I dropped it to black then brown and now with the new year coming in feeling inspired to lose some weight and bring back that colour".

"I told him this morning over breakfast and he responded with ‘ you have had your time‘ … I’m 37."

She continued: "Is there some kind of unsaid fashion rule regarding hair colours and age, is that how he sees me ?! As someone who has had their time…

"I’m younger than him!"

The site's users flooded to share their opinions on the situation, with the vast majority backing the woman, saying there is no age limit on having bright hair colours and that she shouldn't listen to him.

"Cheek of him! I'd have a bloody rainbow till the day I died after that!", said one, with another adding: "F**k that for a game of soldiers. Do not let anybody make you feel you've had your time. You are having it. Do it your way."

Many stated that she's still young, and even if she wasn't there is nothing wrong with having her hair dyed that shade.

A fellow bright hair lover wrote: "I'm in my 50s and had pink hair earlier this year, then blue black and it is now dark purple. That is a gorgeous shade of plum in your photo. Go for it!"

One took a swing at her hubby, saying: "Your hair in that pic looks fabulous. Ignore the idiot you live with."

However, a few people did in fact side with the user's husband.

One cheekily wrote: "I don’t think you’ve had your time but perhaps that colour has had its? It’s very 2013."

Another raised the point: "'It depends really…. if it goes with your overall 'style' then fine…

"Otherwise it might look a bit trying too hard/trying to relive your youth which can just come across as a bit sad sorry."

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