Loreal Feria – Violet Vendetta
Lets just say when I get bored , things happen. Good or bad something changes so when I was in Wilko and saw this shade I went for it. This was yesterday and last night my hair looked black with purple roots when it was finished. On the packet it shows possible likeness of shade even on dark brown hair and it’s still violet. Warning to those with already dyed hair it will always be darker than the packet. Fast forward to now and I’ve had my hair cut this morning at Taylor Taylor. My hairdresser didn’t bat an eyelash at the colour but once she’d washed it… twice it now has a gorgeous plum sheen. In the dark it still looks black but I guess this is my transition into Autumn.
Loreal Feria – Dye Process
As hair colours go this was a pretty good one. It comes with gloves that feel like the cheap scrunchy ones but are close-fitting. However mine did split between my thumb and fore finger. I did get it all over my forehead and most of it washed off but the little that was left this morning was hidden with concealer. It did make by hair very shiny and it felt in good condition afterwards. The dye smell is quite strong as it is a peroxide based dye to be able to lift it to add the violet shade. For my length hair I needed two boxes to get a full hair coverage. You do get a decent amount of conditioner with it which will hopefully keep the hair nice & shiny.
I took this photo with flash to show how the hair color looks in day light. I’m pleased with the hair cut, she took a lot of weight out of the hair without loosing much length. I’ve taken the layers around my face higher this time to frame it more when it is down.
If you live in and around Sheffield I would recommend Taylor Taylor. The hairdressers are lovely and this is the first one I’ve gone too where the cut I asked for I actually got. None of that I’d like an inch off and three disappearing!