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Natural-ish auburn
« on: 30 Jun 15 / 02:59 PM »
So I decided to go for something a bit more natural whilst I try to grow out my hair a bit (after an incredibly scissor-happy hairdresser thinned it out beyond belief!) so that my roots aren't as visible and I'm not bleaching all the time!

I used a mix of roughly 1/2 Adore Paprika and 1/2 Adore Cajun Spice with a small amount of Directions turquoise to add a more natural brown-ish tone (thanks to Wicked Pixie for the suggestion of adding something greenish!) over a faded SFX Nuclear Red base and got this:
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Re: Natural-ish auburn
« Reply #1 on: 30 Jun 15 / 07:01 PM »
That's so yummy!
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Re: Natural-ish auburn
« Reply #2 on: 30 Jun 15 / 11:18 PM »
Looks great!
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Re: Natural-ish auburn
« Reply #3 on: 01 Jul 15 / 05:22 AM »
Really pretty color! :)
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Re: Natural-ish auburn
« Reply #4 on: 02 Jul 15 / 09:43 AM »
Very pretty, exactly the shade I want next time I need to go natural :D
 

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Re: Natural-ish auburn
« Reply #5 on: 14 Jul 15 / 08:27 PM »
Thank you ladies! It's faded to a lovely ginger colour too!
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Re: Natural-ish auburn
« Reply #6 on: 06 Aug 15 / 08:16 PM »
I love it!  Could you maybe post an update to show how the color has faded? 
 

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Re: Natural-ish auburn
« Reply #7 on: 07 Aug 15 / 09:15 AM »
It faded to a lovely gingery colour. I'm getting a lot of compliments on it, even last weekend a random guy stopped me in the street to tell me I had nice hair!
I've started mixing it with less Paprika/ turquoise now for top ups as I prefer the gingery colour.

The photo in sunglasses is the fade of the original mix (about 2 weeks fade, 4 days of which was in mega hot sun on holiday), and the other photo is it topped up with a mostly cajun spice with less paprika and turquoise than last time (and with my newly dyed extensions in!)
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