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Author Topic: Revlon colorsilk Bright Auburn  (Read 3685 times)  Share 

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Tai

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Revlon colorsilk Bright Auburn
« on: 09 Sep 14 / 10:19 PM »
I finally got my red/orange ginger color I've been working hard to achieve . Thank you revlon colorsilk ... But of coarse I'm STILL not content, I mean I'm close to the shade I want just not there yet .. I want it more vibrant (in the picture it looks a tad bit better than on real life) I want a ginger shade like Christina Hendricks from mad men .. Not sure how ima do it without totally messing it up but if you guys have any suggestions please id love to hear them . I was thinking of using some Adore shades
 

Wicked Pixie

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Re: Revlon colorsilk Bright Auburn
« Reply #1 on: 10 Sep 14 / 03:09 AM »
See how it fades (permanent reds are notorious for fading quickly) and then choose an Adore shade or shades (you can mix them to get the perfect colour) to put over it. Then only do your regrowth with the permanent and keep your colour bright with the totally non-damaging Adore.
 

CatLady80

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Re: Revlon colorsilk Bright Auburn
« Reply #2 on: 10 Sep 14 / 11:19 AM »
I think this looks lovely on you.
 

Tai

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Re: Revlon colorsilk Bright Auburn
« Reply #3 on: 10 Sep 14 / 03:21 PM »
Well the thing with letting it fade is I'm scared it'll fade into a medium to dark red brown and that base is to dark to put a red orange on top and get the perfect shade I want .  With my luck it'll probably fade to black lol
 

Wicked Pixie

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Re: Revlon colorsilk Bright Auburn
« Reply #4 on: 10 Sep 14 / 03:27 PM »
It won't fade darker. The peroxide in the permanent dye will have lightened your base somewhat, so I would expect it to fade more ginger or a lighter version of the colour it is now, which will be fine for tweaking with a direct dye to get Christinas shade.
 

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Re: Revlon colorsilk Bright Auburn
« Reply #5 on: 12 Sep 14 / 11:21 AM »
It looks very nice, and Wicked Pixie's advice is spot on for getting it to that perfect shade.
 

 

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