Tuesday, 14 May 2013
Hi everyone. In case you've read my previous new hair post, you might remember that my mum wasn't really pleased with the way it had turned out then. So after begging me to change my hair for a million times, she took me to the hair salon on Saturday. We both dyed and cut our hair. This was the first time I had my hair dyed by a hairdresser, although I've had highlights done from her three years ago.
I have to admit that my mum was right about my hair, before. It was a mess of different colours that date to two years ago. I had Satin Blonde highlights from two years ago and last June I died my hair Terracotta Red, that after a couple of months turned into a light, warm brown. This January, I decided I wanted to go back to being a blonde, but having my hair dyed by sister and let her pick the shade wasn't the best idea. The result wasn't very flattering. My roots, that hadn't being dyed red were a bright warm, golden blonde, whilst the rest of the hair that had been died previously turned out darker, thus giving my hair a reverse ombre effect. Also, once again the dye wasn't enough and the bottom half of my hair was left au naturel. That resulted in my two year old blonde highlights to show at the ends, since the red had sort of faded. And that is what my mum hated, being her traditional self. At first I didn't mind, but as soon as my natural very dark blonde roots were back and 5 centimetres (2 inches) long, it looked bad.
Thanks to my mother and the hairdresser, now my hair is all one colour, looking amazing. The hairdresser was surprised that my hair turned out to be so even with just one time of dyeing. I believe the shade she used was called Natural Blonde. I basically wanted a shade close to ash blonde, but changed my mind when I saw this one.
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