I've been thinking of changing up my hair colour for a while now, and as soon as I found out that the pretty Bleach London dyes I always see in Boots are only semi-permanent, I grabbed this Rose bottle. For only £5, I thought it would be a cheap and cheerful way to brighten up my hair - both literally and figuratively!
|I couldn't get a great photo in natural light, so this filtered IG snap will have to do, sorry!|
It was really easy to use, which is saying something as I'm a complete novice to dyeing hair myself. I simply donned gloves, coated the shampooed ombre sections of my hair in the conditioner-esque dye, and after the recommended 15 minutes I washed it out to... well, not very bright pink. I ended up repeating the process to achieve what I have pictured!
Although the colour hasn't reached it's full potential due to my faded blonde, I'm really happy with the result! I didn't want to do anything too bold for my first time trying an unnatural colour, and so I think this was a great option for me, especially because it washes out in 2-10 washes. Plus, even with my two applications I still have 2/3 of the bottle left, so I'm hoping to try it out again once I've got my blonde ombre back!