Naturally, my hair is a very very boring very very dark brown - so dark that there isn't really any colour so I wanted to take it up a few colour levels (I'd say I'm naturally a 2 or 3, where 10 is white blonde and 1 is black).
In the middle of December I dyed it the violet from Schwarzkopf's Salon Style range, which was a level 3 colour. So that's what the dye had to cope with.
It's the standard colour cream into developer bottle situation, and there was a lot of product! As my hair grows back out it'll be interesting to see at what point it doesn't feel like there is enough, but there was pretty much surplus product.
There was a bit of an 'aargh what am I doing?!' moment when I saw that the cream + developer solution was a pale yellow, but it was fine in the end, as you can see.
A good thing about this colour was that it washed out quite quickly - last time I dyed my hair it took forever, and two or three washes after I dyed it I was still getting stains on the bath towel - this time, nothing, even though I wasn't rinsing for as long as I'd like to (the hot water ran out).
It also smells lovely. I think the little sachet of conditioner must be from the Garnier Fructis range because it smelled so delicious.
Once I'd used that conditioner I also used a bit of the Percy & Reed conditioner I got free with Glamour, to amp up the softness a bit more
In conclusion, five out of five - my hair feels lovely and soft, and still smells nice.
One odd thing I noticed - on the instructions, after rinsing and conditioning it directs you to 'style as normal' - who dyes their hair before going out for the day?!
Face of the day - products used:
- Elf eyelid primer
- Rimmel Colour Rush Quad in Urban Flower
- 17 Solo Eyeshadow in Green Glimmer
- 17 Photo Flawless eye pencil in Copper/Black
- Natural Collection LashCurl Mascara in Black
- 17 Sheer Finish Mineral Blush in Plum
- Natural Collection Cream Blush in Rosy Pink
- Elf blush in Shy
- Rimmel Lasting Finish Lipstick in One of a Kind
- Benefit Watt's Up highlighter