Thursday, 27 December 2012

Wild Ombre.










Okay first things first, I AM FULLY CLOTHED IN ALL THESE PICTURES. It's just I took my vest straps down so bleach didn't get on them! But yeah last week I got my hair cut which meant basically all my ombre ends from before were cut out. I'd decided not to do it again and have my hair natural for awhile.. but I'm not a fan of my natural hair colour I find it a little boring, so while I was snooping around boots (a place I have spent a silly amount of money in for myself lately) I saw the Wild Ombre's collection by Loreal I thought I would give it a go as I often find lightening my hair can be a right ball ache and I knew I loved having my hair in this colour style.

the instructions in the box are easy to follow with clear directions on the reverse side they also show how the colour looks on different hair lengths which is a good idea, unfortunately I feel I miss judged "from the ear down" as the top of my ear so there's more blonde than I would of initially liked but never mind. Over all I do think this is a clever product but I don't feel it worked well for me! The brush to put the solution through your hair evenly isn't strong or thick enough to actually get through my hair so after a few attempts I ended up getting it onto my hands to put through my hair. After doing this I brushed over the top layers I was highlighting to try and stop the blocked step that can sometimes happen when dip dying your hair. I would say that this product lightens your hair really quickly as normally when I do my ends it can often takes hours but this took just about 40 or so minutes to develop to the colour above.

The main downside for me was how horrid my hair felt after it as that there wasn't actually a deep conditioner in the box there was just a conditioning shampoo that didn't do a while lot to my parched ends! I have another packet of this in the shade lighter option that I may give a go eventually but I'm still not happy with my hair really its just the condition its left in. I know bleach ruins hair but mine had never felt that dry specially considerings I've lightened it a few times before! I don't know if I'd happily buy this again or not lets just see how I feel. To be quite honest I don't think I've ever been overly impressed with a Loreal hair colour product, I used a brown last summer on my light auburn hair and it didn't change the colour at all! I did complain but they wanted to phone me and I was so bad on the phone at the time I chickened out!

And finally apologies for the very tired eyes, I did my hair at 11.30pm on Christmas Eve!

7 comments:

  1. such a shame it dried your hair out but I love the results, looks fab xx

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  3. I used this kit hun and I didnt find it fucked my hair up any more than it already is....saying that my hair is already dry...

    Ps love the topless pic;] xx

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    1. it might just be me being a mard! :P probably because i hadn't bleached it in so long i forgot how dry it makes me hair :L

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  4. Your new cut is really cute and I love the color, but I agree on hating the dry and dead ends, mine go to my should at the moment and they feel like DEAD -.-

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  5. I love your haircut. What do you ask the stylist for when you get it done? I've had a chin-length bob for a few years but want to grow it shoulder length.

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