So as most of you might know, I died my hair on the 24th November last year. You can read my blog post on it here. I wanted to do a two month review on the quality of my hair and what’s happened in regards to my colour.
When I first got my hair done, my hairdresser warned me that because I died my hair Red in the early months of last year, that the colour might not take very well because red is very hard to shift. Admittedly quite a lot of my colour washed out very quickly but only on the mid to ends of my hair. This is because the red has grown out a lot and is sitting in the mid to ends. When she dyed my hair she had to bleach it so the ends of my hair just turned quite blonde so it didn’t look bad at all.
After dying my hair my hair dresser gave me a product called ‘Silaplex’ to use as a conditioner every other wash. She also used this whilst treating my hair.
Shampoo and conditioner wise, I used the ‘Pro Voke Touch Of Silver Shampoo and Conditioner’ and the ‘Bleach London Silver Shampoo and Conditioner’.
As the weeks went on my roots started to come through but I’ve been lucky in the way that they have grown at different lengths so it wasn’t a straight line from dark blonde to silver. Now we are two months on, the silver has washed out so my hair is currently blonde with my dark blonde roots coming through. It sounds a bit strange however it actually doesn’t look too bad.
Overall I am super pleased with my hair and the condition of it so I wanted to write this post to show that you can completely change your hair without damaging it if you do it properly and spend the money. It is 100% worth spending that bit more to do it properly.
Thanks so much for reading this post, I hope you enjoyed reading all about my hair experience. Make sure you read Billie’s latest post on her trip to Dublin.