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Offline Rij

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Green mix
« on: 22 Jun 16 / 05:16 PM »
This was the hair before the dye :



I mixed Stargazer blue black (which is just a dark blue, nowhere near black), Directions fluo glow and a squirt of Crazy Colour emerald green.

I got this :





Pretty happy with the result :)
 

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Re: Green mix
« Reply #1 on: 22 Jun 16 / 08:08 PM »
Very pretty!
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Re: Green mix
« Reply #2 on: 23 Jun 16 / 08:00 AM »
Verrrrry nice :)
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Re: Green mix
« Reply #3 on: 22 Jul 16 / 02:04 PM »
It's been a while and the blue is showing through in places, but it's actually fading quite nicely! Letting my hair grow and tried a chopstick hairstyle for the first time, and I love it. :D I'm not dying for at least another two ? months, because I'm going on vacation to a house on the beach in september (married for 5 years :o !) and I do NOT want to stain the bathroom. I don't mind at home, but a rental house needs to stay white, haha. When I shampoo it now it's not even completely white foam, still a sort of sea foam green. My roots I will have to live with until then as well. :P





Edit: found a better, more secure bun for my still short and straight hair. Braid it first, tilt it upwards and curl the elastic that holds the braid between head and braid and insert sticks. The first bun fell out after an hour, this one is still holding secure :)



 

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Re: Green mix
« Reply #4 on: 23 Jul 16 / 08:28 PM »
Nice fade!! I used to love doing chopstick buns, I'd forgotten about them - I might need to give it a go now my hair is getting long again!
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