First of all, both my real hair and extensions have previously been dyed with toners in ash blonde, lilac and lavender to achieve the gray color I wanted back then, and the pigments from those previous dyes were still in there. I didn't have a particular result in mind. I pretty much just wanted a blonde shade that would be as light and warm as possible without having to bleach my hair. I absolutely hate when blonde shades turn too ashy/green and wanted to avoid it at all costs. I usually go with the Sunny Honey or Satin Blonde, but like I mentioned, my real hair and my extensions had previously been dyed silver and were already quite dark so I got this one in hopes to avoid making my hair turnout too dark and to make sure that any green tones will be canceled out as much as possible.
Instructions and stuff. It claims to cover grey hair and last up to 6-8 weeks. I don't think I can disagree.
There was quite a big color difference between my real hair and my extensions, but I'm not gonna talk too much about that in this post since I just want to show you the result of this hair dye on my real hair. Anyhow, I fixed the color difference with some color correction using a lavender toner and I'm really happy with the result in the end. Let me know what you think in the comments!
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