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    #1

    Red face Color and colored hair, are they different?

    I think they are different meanings. The color hair is difficult to explain, it may be grammatically wrong.
    The colored hair means the hair which was dyed or colored.
    Is my understanding correct?
    cheers,

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    Re: Color and colored hair, are they different?

    'Color (AmE / Colour (BrE) hair' is wrong. 'Colo(u)red hair' is possible. I usually say 'dyed hair'.

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