S.R. Speciality Chemicals Blog ‘My God! My God!’ The Shireman’s Daughter Told Her Dad That She’s Not Gay for Halloween

‘My God! My God!’ The Shireman’s Daughter Told Her Dad That She’s Not Gay for Halloween

A young woman has taken her dad’s advice and turned to a brand of hair dye she knows to be safe and effective.

Shireman, from East Brunswick, NJ, told Eyewitness News she didn’t realize her parents were taking her hair dye, which is sold by a local hair salon, seriously.

She said she didn�t know the ingredients until after the last time they took her out for the holiday.�I was like, �Oh my God,� she said.�So I started asking them,�Shiremen dad, Paul Shire, said.

�They�re like,�Oh, it�s for your hair?�I said, �Yeah, but you need to wash it off, it really is that good.�She said her parents told her it�ll keep her beautiful hair.�And I was like �Wow!

That�s so exciting.�Shreemans father said his daughter used a combination of red and white dye to create a rainbow that he wanted her to wear on Halloween.�My hair is really, really good,� Shire said.

He said his daughters hair was dyed to match the color of her own skin.

Shires dad said he wants her to be a happy, healthy woman and not feel ashamed for who she is.

He said his kids have always been the same.

Shreems parents are not the first to embrace the holiday, with several celebrities using their own hair dye on Halloween for the past few years.

Alyssa Milano also wore a red and black wig on the red carpet for the 2016 Oscars.

She also wore pink hair dye for her character in the film, Miss Marple, on Broadway.