So you guys saw my hair before right? The two tone black and red? Well I did the red without
bleach and so I decided that I didn't like it too much. The red stayed but went kinda a dull colour and eventually went orange after like a month. The black faded within a week. It cost my £65 to get my hair done like that as well, well, it was a waste of my money.
I've been dying many of my mates hairs for quite some time now and I just thought to my self that I must go ahead and try it out on my self. I had dyed my hair before but I'd never had to use bleach.
This was it about two days after my hair dresser did it
it looked okay but its a shame it faded so quick.
This is it with the bleach on (I had half black half white hair... this was my original idea so I WILL be doing it for real at some point. I'm going to do the bleach job again and then use white toner
) and I'm sorry it's an awful picture
and this is it after I worked on it my self
it looks SO much better! And even better is the price. As I said before, £65 at the hair dresser? Well, mine cost £10!! My bleach was free of Jacks mom, my Black is actually Midnight Blue by Schwarzkopf (I think it's spelt that way) which cost £4 and my red is Poppy Red by Directions.
I also did exactly the same dye on my friend, we went to prom together and decided to be the coolest prom couple there we should have the same hair only on the opposite side. I did mine with the red on the left and the black on the right. His red is on the right and his black is on the left. Whenever we stand next to each other the colour matches to the side
I used exactly the same dye on him too, his cost £14 though because he bought the Ice Blond dye by Schwarzkopf as his 'beach'. His hair just went very bright orange rather than blond or white, still did the trick though haha! Here's a picture of his... I'm proud of it
Also, mine hasn't dried out too much either. My hair is naturally bushy so I barely feel the difference. I have started to use conditioner, shampoo that keeps dye in and I've been using hair protection against heat all the time and it feels pretty good to be honest