Sunday, 26 July 2009

What an Epic Fail

EDIT: It isnt half as bad as I first thought, So i will be leaving it, however I will still be going to the hairdresser next time :)



I have Ginger Roots. Thats the First and Last time I attempt to do it at home, I'd rather look like Courtney Love! The colour really doesnt show the true extent of the yellowness.

Epic Fail or What.

I have £50 in my overdraft and Hopefully the hairdresser will be able to do something with it tomorrow.

Lesson Learnt.

xoxo

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10 comments

  1. give it 2days it should be fine, it doesnt look ginger in the picture

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  2. looks really nice in the pic though!

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  3. This can sometimes happen - i have very dark hair with blonde bits in it and in order for my dark roots to not turn ginger when i do them, i used a highlight kit rather than a blonde hair colour - not sure if this would help?! x

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  4. Yeah, looks good to me too!
    don't stress! :)
    xx

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  5. it looks ok to me! but home dye is no comparison to the salon. try to find a mobile hairdresser perhaps? they are much cheaper and just as good. x

    http://lilyloveslola.blogspot.com/

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  6. Oh no! Don't worry Kelly, this exact same thing happened to me when I first started dying it myself...I think I used a L'Oreal one and my hair went orangey-red! :( It does fade but then I started using the Garnier one I told you about and it's never done that again! It actually doesn't look so bad on you though! xoxo

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  7. It looks cute! dont waste your money girl! xxxxx

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  8. Try Fudge "A Whiter Shade of Pale" It is like a toner mask and it is blue, I had this problem and it took out all of the brassy/ginger bits. xxx

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  9. try using a purple shampoo i use lee stafford its so good and gets rid of all the yellowness

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