My New Hair Color & My Hair Color HistoryMonday, August 13, 2012
Then I dyed my hair a darker brown, a few shades lighter than my natural color, at the salon. And I got all over color this time. But for some reason, it washed out within like 3 weeks. I even used shampoo for color treated hair. So after paying so much, I was annoyed that it didn't even make it a month. And the color wasn't as dark as I wanted it.
So since I wanted my hair dark so bad, and I didn't want to damage it with box dyes or pay a fortune for it to fade at the salon, I decided to dye it professionally at home. I got all the products for under $10 at Sally's Beauty Supply. My mom used to be a hairdresser, so she has a Sally's card to get a discount. But the products are still pretty cheap, and you're getting the same stuff they use in a salon.
Clairol Permanent's in the color 3N, which is a dark rich brown. Then I got the Clairol Pure White 20 developer. I also got a bottle for measuring and a brush. Keep in mind that you definitely want to have someone help you with this. I would have never been able to cover my hair evenly by myself. It was also very messy, so we did it in the kitchen where I could wipe it up on the tile if it dripped. So the results are shown in the above picture! I love the way it turned out. It looks almost black in the picture because I had only washed it twice since I dyed it. But I love it!
What do you guys think? Should I keep it?
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