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Wildfire / Rock n Roll Red
« on: 08 Feb 15 / 09:05 AM »
Hey everyone!

I thought I'd share with you the result of my hair adventure this weekend :p
So, I had my red hair with a permanent copper red, then did a color b4, which took me to a nice dark blond (pic 1). I had quite dark hair underneath and my dark roots, and I wanted to do a bleach bath, but I only had 20vol developer, and when I did a strand test and left it for 30 mins it didn't change at all (I guess I need some stronger developer?).
So, I just gave up on the whole deal and slapped on some mix of MP Wildfire and MP Rock n Roll Red and now I have red hair that looks highlighted (pic 2) :p It's fine for now, but next month I have vacation, and then I'll get working on making this baby brighter :D

I want to go lighter, so I'm gonna give my hair some rest for now (the b4 is quite drying) and then I may do a bleach bath.. I found that once I put the coconut oil in it is very difficult to see where my hair is already bleached (I had ombre done like a year ago)! So, I'll try my my best to avoid those areas, hope it goes ok! :D I'll keep you updated!

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Re: Wildfire / Rock n Roll Red
« Reply #1 on: 09 Feb 15 / 06:21 PM »
I really like the colour you have now :0
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Re: Wildfire / Rock n Roll Red
« Reply #2 on: 09 Feb 15 / 06:33 PM »
I really like the colour you have now :0

:O Thank youu! To be honest, I like it too, when I'm outside in the sunlight (hence, the picture  :P) it looks much darker inside, which is where I spend most of my time :( But mostly, it is still very very dark underneath, comparing to the top and the ends, so I'd like to fix that...somehow :D

I'm attaching a photo I took today, with my hair half up you can see the dark bits and the roots :(
But it is definitely an improvement over my weird brown-copper-red permanent dye thing I use to rock around... Thanks heavens for color removers and semi-permanent dyes! :D

EDIT: This is the first time I've had a bright color in my hair, I'm SO HAPPY! :D I've wanted this for years!!

EDIT 2 : Added a photo of what it looks like in normal indoor lighting :(


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