Tried the new "fragmented" haircolour trend... and I failed :D Will retry next time with smaller brushes, smaller sections and MUCH more time on my hands, even if this hair required like two hours only for the colour application :/ :D
A little more styled :>
I'd like to point out that colours in real life are deeper, I can't capture the richness of the blue(s), I made mixes of blue, pink and purple, but I almost don't see them in the pictures :|
Current hair, done two weeks ago.
They started as "sunset hair", but the peach parts are already almost gone with washes (I did them quite diluted), I'm still undecided about changing it all or adding some more saturated streaks :|
Current hair, but not what I wanted :D
Ends were still too blue after bleaching and roots a tad warmer than the shade I needed to do the dyejob I had in mind, so I ended up with this... Looks like these are my trusty colours.
I hope I'll be able to change it next month :>
I just got into a celtic band, hahaha. I know it doesn't look very funny on that particular photo, but in my defense, it was my first concert so I had to concentrate ^^ Anyway, this is my new lilac hair, and what's really weird is that it looks way darker indoors! I shall upload a photo so you can see for yourselves ;) As for the ratio : 3 soup spoons of Hot Purple + 1 spoon of Violette diluted in a full bowl of cheap conditioner.