Well, on Wednesday I completed my second part of my ‘Brown to Blonde’ mission and went from a medium blonde (Base 8) to a light blonde (Base 10). I was really surprised by the results and very pleased too. The product I used was Jerome Russell B Blonde Hair Lightener Kit, not the one I was going to use but the video explains why.
I haven’t decided totally whether I’ll go any lighter yet, I may do. For now I’m happy with the amount of lift and just want to tone the yellow a little. I’ll be reviewing a new product I’m going to use for this shortly (So keep your eyes peeled!!).
I do hope my video helps someone, remember when ever doing any form of chemical treatment there is an element of risk. So, be careful! Lastly, can I say a massive thank you to my friend Sarah for pulling through the highlights at the back as I couldn’t see what I was doing – it was her first time and she did a fabulous job!
If you’ve not seen part 1, check out my video here!
you can purchase it in many high street pharmacies, although you can buy it online here (I find Mistry’s really good for fast delivery and price).
Lots of love,
DISCLAIMER!!! You colour your hair at your own RISK! Everyone’s hair is different and what worked for me could be a totally different result for you. Always carry out a sensitivity test whenever using ANY form of hair colour (Bleach, permanent or semi/demi. ANY TYPE OF CHEMICAL TREATMENT NEEDS A SENSITIVITY TEST! It is not worth the result of what could happen if you have an allergic reaction – just google it!). If you do chose to copy what I have done you are doing so through your own choice and I can’t be help responsible for what could happen.
This video is purely to show you how I coloured my hair from brown to blonde, what I used and the times I left things on. I can’t stress enough that STRAND TESTS are VERY important. The condition of your hair could have detrimental results, so MAKE SURE you do one.
Sorry if I’m sounding like a spoil sport but you don’t know how many times I’ve seen bad home hair dye disasters when I worked at the hairdressers! Just by doing a strand test you could be saving yourself a lot of heartache and money.