I am new to this forum, I thought it would be a great idea to gather some wisdom from all of you lovely ladies, as going to a salon in London is very pricey!
I am planning to go from cool blonde to strawberry blonde, and I would like to even out my dark roots and very light blonde lenghts in the process.
My natural colour is mousy blonde, however the lengths have been bleached with box dyes (usually Nice'N'Easy's lightest blonde shades) multiple times and are much lighter than the roots. Currently some of the root length is totally virgin as I havent dyed it for over a month, and the some has been dyed only once so it is still significantly darker than the length of the hair. As you can see from the pictures below, it is clearly time for me to stop box dyes (even though I know to apply to roots first and only keep the lenghts in dye for few minutes only).
I was thinking of trying a professional hair dye eg Wella's Koleston at home - I am comfortable mixing and applying different mixtures to different areas - I would just like some guidance on how to even out the roots and the lengths so I can achieve a consistent light stawberry blonde! Like Koleston's 8.04 or 8.34.
Thanks so much,