Root Touch Up: Before amp After PICS

4 years ago

I`ve been using this hair dye from L`Oreal for almost a year now and I have to say that I absolutely love it. This one of the best at home hair dyes that I`ve ever used (and believe me, I`ve used a lot). It`s also one of the least damaging. Just FYI, all hair dye will ruin your hair unless it`s completely natural. I just find that this leaves my hair not fried to a pulp.

This is in the shade UL63 in Gold Brown that actually lightens dark hair without making it look orange. You can usually pick this up at any drugstore for about $8-$10 USD. I didn`t know how to touch up the roots (it was about 2 inches growth) so I googled it and it came out looking flawless! I blended in so well.

Of course, it`s best to dye hair that hasn`t been washed for <em>at least</em> a day or two just because the natural oils will help nourish your hair and the chemicals from your shampoo/conditioner can affect the hair dye as well. So as you can see in the picture, it was <em>quite</em> oily, which drove me crazy to wait that long. But the results was completely worth it. I waited about 30 minutes to let the hair dye settle and I only used the dye on my ROOTS, not my entire head.

Anyways, if you have dark hair and want to go into a slightly light chocolate brown, definitely give it a try. If it doesn`t work, just dye it back to your original color again. LOL just kidding. However, even a clumsy person like me can do it so you can too. Lastly, all I have to say is that this dye actually shows up as the picture on the box.

What do you think? My parents thought I was trying to become a Japanese girl or something when they saw my hair. LOL Don`t know why, but I do see a lot of Japanese tsubasa hair colors that look like this caramel-ish color.

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