Hair dye; you’re either for or against in my opinion, I am one who is very much for hair dye. I love dip dying my hair bright colours and would do so with permanent dye if the school did not have such strict rules on hair colour, (apparently if I dyed my hair pink it would distract my peers from learning, logical I know.) Anyway, if you read most of Blogmas I’m pretty sure you will have seen me mention the BLEACH London Spin The Bleach Bottle; it was in my Gifts for Her post and also my Beauty Wish List. The reason it got such a mention was because of how much I hoped to to receive it, in the end sadly I did not but I managed to pick it up for half price in the Boots sales!
The BLEACH London Spin The Bleach Bottle is a kit that contains 6 mini BLEACH London hair colours in: Rose, Awkward Peach, Violet Skies, Blullini, Washed Up Mermaid and Sea Punk. These little bottles contain 50ml of dye which I’ve found to be enough to cover the ends of my hair in a vibrant dip dyed kind of fashion when using Rose. The dye is semi permanent and is meant to wash out it in 2-10 washes which is perfect for the holidays so it’s out in time for school!
The instructions for use are: shampoo your hair, then towel dry it and apply the dye evenly and leave for 15 minutes. When using Rose I found that this 15 minutes was not nearly long enough and ended up trying leaving it for 30-45 minutes which made the dye more vibrant. With regards to it washing out within 2-10 washes I can say that Rose almost completely washed out in one wash. Blullini, Washed Up Mermaid and Sea Punk all come with a warning saying that they may take longer to wash out because of the green tones they have in them, however, in my experience it’s the reds that tend to stain your hair most.
When I next get the chance I hope use Blullini as I’d love icy blue hair, hopefully I will be able to soon. Once I have used a couple more of the dye’s I will get a post up with the process of application and results as well as a review. I’d love to know if you’ve tried any BLEACH London dyes or products and how you’ve found best to use it so I can try it out differently next time!