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sorting out what was a pink/ginger mess!
« on: 08 Jul 11 / 12:53 PM »
alright, so heres what i started off with thanks to my rushed attempt with some directions flamingo pink.


the problem was i did it on hair that was far too wet so the dye was very diluted


the bleach bath, which turned parts of my hair WHITE, they are, as you can imagine, very damaged, but its only a small section so im not too worried, will need alot of conditioning though


and here's the end result! i left the dye on for a good two or three hours (was too impatient to wait overnight) and its come out a nice rich pink! it dose look a little redder than i expected but i love it none the less. i used one whole bottle and quarter of the other to do the whole lot, my hair will need alot of conditioning, as i think i didnt mix the bleach bath properly! (am mathematically challenged to a point you wouldn't believe) gonna drench my locks in some warm olive oil on monday after giving it some conditioner to make it less dry :)
 

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Re: sorting out what was a pink/ginger mess!
« Reply #1 on: 08 Jul 11 / 02:36 PM »
That looks so pretty! It's lovely and bright and really suits you!
 

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Re: sorting out what was a pink/ginger mess!
« Reply #2 on: 08 Jul 11 / 02:36 PM »
Looks really good on you! I love it
 

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Re: sorting out what was a pink/ginger mess!
« Reply #3 on: 08 Jul 11 / 03:20 PM »
Love the colour :)
 

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« Reply #4 on: 08 Jul 11 / 05:50 PM »
Ooooh, it's so very pretty!
 

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Re: sorting out what was a pink/ginger mess!
« Reply #5 on: 08 Jul 11 / 06:50 PM »
It looks awesome!
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Re: sorting out what was a pink/ginger mess!
« Reply #6 on: 08 Jul 11 / 06:57 PM »
That looks great!  If you are wanting a less red type of pink and you are going to keep pink for a while, then the more you let your color fade and go over it the more pink your result will be.  I hope that made sense....
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Re: sorting out what was a pink/ginger mess!
« Reply #7 on: 08 Jul 11 / 07:04 PM »
looks lovely :)
 

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Re: sorting out what was a pink/ginger mess!
« Reply #8 on: 10 Jul 11 / 02:46 PM »
You did a great job. Maybe I'm just weird but I like the pink/ginger combo. ;D
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Re: sorting out what was a pink/ginger mess!
« Reply #9 on: 11 Jul 11 / 07:14 PM »
Looks nice :)
 

 

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