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Back to natural - Bluenette :P
« on: 06 Jun 14 / 10:47 PM »
So I made a post the other day about my serious crave to go back to natural and how i've been feeling that way for several months... So I finally took the plunge and did it. I kept a section blue underneath help curb the colour craves and I feel pleased cause I can experiment and change the under sections colour but I'm really happy with how it looks and feel i'm really glad I did it.
So this is the result :)
 

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Re: Back to natural - Bluenette :P
« Reply #1 on: 07 Jun 14 / 09:45 AM »
Very nice :)
 

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Re: Back to natural - Bluenette :P
« Reply #2 on: 08 Jun 14 / 03:10 AM »
I really love that you left a bit of blue! Looks wonderful!
 

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Re: Back to natural - Bluenette :P
« Reply #3 on: 08 Jun 14 / 01:00 PM »
This is really pretty, it suits you well.
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Re: Back to natural - Bluenette :P
« Reply #4 on: 17 Jun 14 / 07:25 PM »
beautiful!  this is basically what i had for years and years.  ...i wish i'd kept it!  you can change that blue whenever you want, but you never have to worry about root touch up!
 

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Re: Back to natural - Bluenette :P
« Reply #5 on: 21 Jun 14 / 05:50 PM »
Yay, good call.  I am considering keeping a fringe streak coloured and brunette-ing the rest of mine for lower maintenance groovilocks :)  Looks ace.
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Re: Back to natural - Bluenette :P
« Reply #6 on: 25 Jun 14 / 02:55 PM »
Thanks guys! I still love it and I'm really happy I can keep a little bit of colour, the blue shall be emerald green next when I fancy a change. My only issue is the ends of the brown being a bit green in fading but nothing a touch up can't fix
 

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Re: Back to natural - Bluenette :P
« Reply #7 on: 26 Jun 14 / 07:36 AM »
Really pretty x
 

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Re: Back to natural - Bluenette :P
« Reply #8 on: 26 Jun 14 / 06:39 PM »
This is really pretty, the brown and blue look stunning together! Can I ask what you used to get that shade of brown? :3 
 

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Re: Back to natural - Bluenette :P
« Reply #9 on: 03 Jul 14 / 12:06 AM »
Just a standard box dye, but I got it in a slightly redder shade than my natural colour and darker to counteract the strength of the blue left in my hair, cause it was still pretty bright, the rest of my hair is just extensions :)
 

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Re: Back to natural - Bluenette :P
« Reply #10 on: 03 Jul 14 / 01:49 AM »
You have lovely hair! And I love that you kept a little bit of blue in you hair. Love the way it turned out.  *bee*
 

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Re: Back to natural - Bluenette :P
« Reply #11 on: 06 Jul 14 / 06:24 PM »
Just a standard box dye, but I got it in a slightly redder shade than my natural colour and darker to counteract the strength of the blue left in my hair, cause it was still pretty bright, the rest of my hair is just extensions :)

Thank you! Currently in two minds about going back to brown if this Rose Red will shift :L
 

 

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