If you have been reading my blog for a while, you may know that back in June I permanently dyed my hair pastel pink! I had been waiting to do it for a long time, and it was definitely worth the wait! Even though in the beginning it was everything I hoped it would be, unfortunately, the color didn’t last as long as I had hoped. Within a month or so I noticed a huge difference and it had almost returned to blonde. As a result, I decided that it was time to try out some semi-permanent options. That’s when I discovered my new beauty obsession: BLEACH LONDON!
Here’s my hair after I dyed and styled it:
- Urban Decay Naked 3 Palette in “Strange”, “Dust”, “Burnout”, and “Buzz”
- Urban Decay Primer Potion
- Colour Pop Eyeshadow in “Bubbly”
- Maybelline New York Lash Sensational Mascara
- Kat Von D Everlasting Liquid Lipstick in “Mother”
- NYX Tinted Brow Mascara in “Chocolate”
- Maybelline New York Master Conceal in “10 Fair”
- NARS Pressed Setting Powder
First, I tried the BLEACH LONDON “Rosé” semi-permanent hair dye and conditioner, but, even after the third try, it didn’t seem to do much of anything. As I grew more desperate to keep my color, I turned once again to BLEACH LONDON, but, this time, I ordered “The Big Pink” and boy did it work!
The first time I used it, I diluted it down with a huge amount of conditioner, too much really. Even though it was diluted, The Big Pink still did more for my hair than the Rosé, but, alas, it still didn’t soothe my pink-filled heart. So, the next time I washed my hair, I didn’t use as much conditioner and immediately saw a difference. Even when wet it was bright pink, almost red. When I curled my hair it looked more vibrant and closer to my original goal!
There’s one thing that I just have to talk about: how it makes my hair feel. Each time I’ve dyed my hair with BLEACH LONDON, it makes my hair both look and feel amazing. The ingredients in the dye actually help my hair rather than hurt it. Also, the smell is incredible!
Long story short, I’m in love with The Big Pink by BLEACH LONDON and would recommend it to anyone who wants to experiment with pastel pink hair! Just dilute it a lot so you don’t go too bright.
Also, if you live outside the UK (like I do), I highly suggest buying it from Bleach Worldwide. They have all of the colors and other BLEACH LONDON products. Also, their prices are very reasonable (even the shipping!).
Until my next post, fashionistas! I hope you liked it! As always, I love my lovely readers!
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