Uploaded on Apr 29, 2011
A few people I've met recently have asked about this, and I got an interesting PM in response to my hair in Born This Way. It turned out so long that I wouldn't even want to watch it myself though, so...
20 min: Protein Color Filler. This will do nothing if your hair isn't already damaged.
30 min: Permanent Hair color. Ion Color Brilliance in Medium Red Blonde is good for getting bright colors on dark hair.
30 min: Semi Permanent Dye - I used Beyond the Zone in Wild red for no particular reason other than that it was just about the cheapest one and has worked for me in the past.
10 min: Ion color brilliance after color treatment
30 - 60 min: deep conditioning treatment
Things to avoid:
Garnier Fructis Leave-In conditioner. It builds up CRAZY fast.
Color protecting styling products. They protect from the sun. Bright colors fade long before they get to that point.
Water. Like the plague.
Things to remember:
Wear shower caps.
Use good heat protection. It makes your hair slippery and prevents breakage.
Try mixing semi-permanent dye with your conditioner. It won't make it brighter, but it helps for all bright colors.
It's possible to wash your hair with normal conditioner. Just leave it in there for a while and scrub a little. It's better for your hair anyways.
Try out some dry shampoo
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