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Feria toning conditioner pastel pink
« on: 10 Mar 14 / 01:27 PM »
Hi just wondering if anyone has tried the Feria toning conditioners lilac, peach and pink, id love to try the pink eventually maybe for the summer, but id be a bit concerned if its even coverage, or if there is a good one anyone knows is good results, anyone tried it or going to try it?

 

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Re: Feria toning conditioner pastel pink
« Reply #1 on: 10 Mar 14 / 01:42 PM »
I haven't used it personally, but I would resent spending that much money for what is essentially a tinted conditioner. It would be much cheaper to mix your own pastel pink from a darker pink dye and the conditioner you prefer.
I have long thick hair, which i have been dyeing a fairly dark pastel since October, and I haven't even used a whole tub of dye yet. I mix about 150ml of conditioner (a whole bottle) with about a teaspoon of Directions Plum/Neon blue. For a really pastel pink like the Feria shade, a tiny dab of a deep pink like cerise would be enough.
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Re: Feria toning conditioner pastel pink
« Reply #2 on: 10 Mar 14 / 02:40 PM »
I agree that it would be really easy to make your own pastel pink from a pink semi and it would be much cheaper!
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Re: Feria toning conditioner pastel pink
« Reply #3 on: 11 Mar 14 / 02:13 PM »
I agree, I think getting a cool pink like Directions Cerise or Rose Red, Manic Panic Hot Hot Pink, Adore Pink Rose, etc and diluting it in conditioner would be much more economical and you could control it better than using something like that. If it's too light, then it's wasted money, but if you get a semi and dilute it in conditioner you can make it as strong or as weak as you want. That's all those tinted toning conditioners are, is just direct dye added to conditioner
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Re: Feria toning conditioner pastel pink
« Reply #4 on: 13 Mar 14 / 09:37 PM »
I have never mixed the directions dyes, i use to use the red one when i was red, but really never thought of mixing, sounds great or like you said mix a little with conditioner to achieve a paler colour or hint, and would you leave it on the same amount of time or just watch it develop and decide.
 

 

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