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Author Topic: Adore Pink Fire (with Adore Rich Fuchsia ends) Updated with fade  (Read 3454 times)  Share 

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At first I hated this because it was so bright (but I was sick of the pastel fading orange after one wash) but I'm trying to make it work. It's pure Adore Pink Fire on most of it, with a little bit of Adore Pink Rose toward the bottom just to blend and the ends are pure Rich Fuchsia since they were always darker, to kind of make a reverse ombre effect.

First pic is before first wash, then a few washes after, and a nice pro pic by the talented Jill Hart to capture top to bottom (and it worked for that set). I don't LOVE it, but its ok. Once it fades I want to try a new color, since I'm not really into 'pink' but that's what I got lol.
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Re: Adore Pink Fire (with Adore Rich Fuchsia ends)
« Reply #1 on: 08 Jun 14 / 12:35 AM »
omg, i think it looks really pretty!! i wonder if you'd like it better if you start washing it with purple shampoo to cool off the pink?

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Re: Adore Pink Fire (with Adore Rich Fuchsia ends)
« Reply #2 on: 08 Jun 14 / 04:46 PM »
Lol Thanks! It's actually not mine, it's Sisters of The Moon Designs! I loved it too!!
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Re: Adore Pink Fire (with Adore Rich Fuchsia ends)
« Reply #3 on: 08 Jun 14 / 04:48 PM »
Wow, I think it's gorgeous!  I agree, a purple shampoo will take some of the warmth out, so you might like it a bit more?
 

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Re: Adore Pink Fire (with Adore Rich Fuchsia ends)
« Reply #4 on: 08 Jun 14 / 05:32 PM »
I'm sorry you're not happy with this colour but I think it looks lovely :)
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Re: Adore Pink Fire (with Adore Rich Fuchsia ends)
« Reply #5 on: 08 Jun 14 / 10:42 PM »
I'm sorry you don't like it, I loved it when I used it a while ago! But, I like my pinks warm - I usually mix in some extra red or orange. Do you think the warmth was the problem?
 

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Re: Adore Pink Fire (with Adore Rich Fuchsia ends)
« Reply #6 on: 09 Jun 14 / 05:42 PM »
I don't know if I'd say "warmth" was the problem. In that first picture it was just too red and bright. (I originally wanted a nice coral pastel, but it faded too quick and also too orange so I held off on mixing orange in this round lol) The second and third I liked a lot more. So right now I'm ok with it, and will try a new color next round (like totally different instead of sticking with coral or pinks).  Thanks though guys!! :)
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Fade: much better. Yea I don't style my hair. :P Also blonde/yellow roots, a punch of brightness.

Second picture is with flash, and comes out a bit darker and sort of more true to life color wise, only the flash makes the light so harsh so it's somewhere between the two images.
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