Within the past few months I've had my #AllRedEverything hair colour, a slightly burgundy shade of red.
After getting bored of it, I decided to strip the red of my hair.
Getting red out of your hair is very difficult dye to the strong pigment of the colour which generally ends up staining the hair.
I did my usual Google research and review, and found then product that came up most with positive reviews was ColourB4... So I decided to give it a try.
It's a brand that Katie Price is a user of, with her ever changing hair ( most due to very good hairdressers I assume) never looks very damaged.
As I'm on this 'healthy hair journey', I wanted a product that would strip my hair but not damage it as if I was bleaching the colour out.
So I decided to buy it, following the instructions which is key to the process being correct ended up with the red out of my hair. It turned it to a slightly copper, strawberry blonde- which I actually liked, not my natural colour but it allowed me to be able to put a lighter brown on it when I was ready to redye it and it would till catch.
This product also allows me to dye my hair straight away after but I decided to wait a few weeks before redying it to prevent stress on my hair and curls most importantly.
I found a hair brand which would allow me to dye my hair similar to in a way a salon would. Starting with the roots then the length to create a natural blended even colour.
Above is all the items included in the box.
-Nice fitting gloves, a bonus as I hate though stupid plastic gloves that are 59 sizes too big in other hair dyes.
A brush for the roots is also provided which is super soft and I washed and will be using again in the future.
I followed the instructions carefully, and 30minutes later. The results were amazing, the colour came out nice and even, which in the beginning I was unsure if it would actually work and be even to be honest.
My hair feels super soft, and the conditioner is enough for another few weeks, it says 6 weeks but I use double the amount I should so I would say 2/3 washes max.
My hair feels revitalised even though I have just dyed it, and my curls look in top form, no damage to them at all.
Full Even Coverage on all my hair using one box, although any hair length longer than mine I would recommend 2 boxes.
I had some left over but if I didn't have my sides shaved off I would have used a full box quite easily.
So it's a definite 10/10 from me so far.
I will keep you updated to see how long lasting it is as it's permanent but sometimes the colour fades after a while.
The product name is : Vidal Sassoon Hair Colour - Salonist Hair Color Range.
It can be found in most SuperDrugs and Boots etc.
The retail price is : ranging from 8.99-£10 depending on retailer
The colour used here is :
6/0 Light Neutral Brown
I will defo be using this again. HairCut Is Pending.
Length check post will be coming up real soon.