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Photos of Multi-coloured Hair
Similar to my last color scheme, but a little more vibrant. And I made it into sunlight this time...
My first attempt at doing a rainbow! It took a long time to put all the different colours in but I'd say it was worth it - this is my favourite hair so far :)
- Directions — Directions Alpine Green
- Directions — Directions Apricot
- Directions — Directions Atlantic Blue
- Directions — Directions Bright Daffodil
- Directions — Directions Flamingo Pink
- Directions — Directions Pillarbox Red
- Directions — Directions Spring Green
- Directions — Directions Turquoise
- Directions — Directions Violet
- Directions — Fluorescent Glow
Some colours just appeared from nowhere (like the red parts, grrr), but that's ok... No darker roots this time, just worked the same colour (or mix of colours) on random sections from root to end :>
Guy Tang inspired (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M6Z65ipYPLg). I also cut my own hair (more than a basic trim) and feel pretty proud about how it turned out, though I suppose you can't really tell from this particular shot, aside from how shiny/healthy it looks.
Same colours as before but I decided to blend it in with my natural greys a bit more by having a white>turquoise>purple gradient. I used a bit of Pravana Vivids in "Clear" at the top and melted in some Turquoise. Added Violet Gem at the bottom and blended it with ...
For this 'do, I did random gradients starting with black at the roots then using various mixes of blues down the lengths. On a slice of hair on the left side of my head, I put on a mix of Fluorescent Glow and Spring Green
I went over my slightly faded blue hair with a mix of pravana yellow and neon yellow. I bleached the color out of the ends of my bangs and made a rainbow by mixing various pravana colors. I LOVE THIS HAIR. I finally got my rainbow on! This is what ...
So, I did change my hair 4 weeks ago. This is a little bit washed out by now, but I think I like the colours better like this. I used ColourB4 to get rid of the black and it almosed succeded completely. I was left with a very light brown ...
Shorter side, a little faded (because of shampoos) :> I'm sick of reading comments on the web about colorful hair "which will be mud in two washes", and why many professionals too say this?? I don't discuss on the web (we all know it's pointless :D ), but when a ...
Second and deeper version, that's my current hair :>
Blue and green gradient hair
Pink and Orange! This is Hot hot pink diluted 3:1 cotton candy to hot hot. wow hot pink is a concentrated dye!
From the top: Cupcake pink Anatomic pink Violet Atlantic blue at the ends. The lasting of this is awesome compared to other brands! The pinks actually lasts for over a month. Ofcourse at the end it's pastel pink, but it fades really pretty.
Grey and purple! I used Ion Color Neon Brights in Wild Orchid that looks much more purple IRL. Used diluted Manic Panic Ultra Violet for what I thought would be a nice light purple (and it probably is) but on top of the wild orchid it looks like silver/grey. I ...
I'm calling this my "fiery ginger" hair. The golden yellow in the front is actually Ion's new color Cantaloupe (which of course isn't a choice yet). The ginger is Adore's French Cognac, which I LOVE, and the red is MP Vampire Red. I'm super excited with how this turned out. ...
Turquoise at the top, blended into Violette, Violet Gem and the tips have a mixture of Violet Gem and Dawn to make a kind of raspberry colour, which is not really visible in the photo.
Left side of my new rainbow! Did a lot more mixing this time, haha. The pink is Hot Hot Pink + Cerise; the purple (which looks very dark blue but I swear it's purple - you know how that goes) is Plum + Rockabilly Blue; the blue is actually a ...
My Easter hair. Diluted and mixed a lot of colours for this one....and failed at getting white roots XD
After another vitamin C treatment, in natural light it looks more blue in the back
Back to a horizontal rainbow gradient for spring
I found a new dye called Sparks, and tried their yellow, since my shop was out of Adore yellow that I used to get. I wanted stripes, white ones horizontal, so this was my application tech. Using conditioner in a bottle with a tiny tip, I made two long rectangles ...
Was time to upgrade my dying technique. Originally was only going to go with the Fuchsia but when I saw how close in color it was to the purple I already had, I wondered if it would be a relatively risk free way of trying out a gradient. It was ...