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Photos of Purple Hair
I mixed turquoise, cerise and my new L'oreal hair mask. I'm realy in love with my new color.
Plum dyed over bleached hair, whereas some parts still had a light orange shade - I reaaaally love it <3 Unfortunately the colour got darker when I re-dyed it :( I currently try to lighten it so that I again reach the same shade as in this picture :)
Plum on top, Cerise on bottom, directly over the very faded brown.
Mixture of several manic panic colors including ultraviolet and hot hot pink
I mixed the blue with purple. I do not know why in the photo the hair looks more blue than purple but in reality are much more purple than blue. but I really like these shades :)
Yes, believe it or not, this IS in fact the lavender. Since the Rose had showed up so pale on me, I worked the lavender through a lot more and let it sit for over three hours. I expected a pastel, I got Grape Ape. I don't mind. It's just ...
- Ion Color Brilliance Brights — Lavender (Ion Color Brilliance)
Thanks to all of your lovely suggestions, I covered my previous Atomic Pink hair with Deep Purple. I diluted it heavily with Punky Platinum Toner and conditioner. I also added a little bit of Cupcake Pink on the ends for an ombre effect.
PLUM dyed over faded FIRE red by Directions It was about 2 weeks old here Photo rights belong to Soul Capture :)
This started off Lilac and then became a bit darker using Violet and conditioner - I thought I had another tub of Lilac lying around when I started applying it when I actually didn't! Still, probably just as well as it didn't look like the lilac was taking very well ...
I love my purple hair, period. Together with some orange-red mix I do, I dye my hair purple every other day. Directions' Violet dark purple, with my light Latino skin tone, is Goth and subtle altogether, which is enough of a victory to be marked.