Thursday, 26 March 2015

Going Pink

Well, my hair is definitely more rose gold than pink, thanks to my blonde ombre fading. And it just does not want to photograph. But, you get the jist...



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!
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  1. How cool! Do you know of similar products that ship internationally? I've been looking for something like this for ages! XX

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  2. This looks lovely, I think it suits you! I actually really like that it's quite subtle :) xx

    Toasty

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