Dye of disappointment

15 Jun

Tangerine hair with hints of golden luster appealed to me since I saw Bree van de Kamp’s (of Desperate Housewives played by Marcia Cross) hair. Since then, every time I dye my hair I’m always dreaming of the same look as hers.

bree

Love the look, minus the evil smirk. Photo from internet.

With numerous brands from the Supermarket, I am always bordering between Loreal, Revlon or Kolours. In all those times that I stress my knees squatting in front of the dye shelves, I lean towards one particular brand and color.

Elusive. Only in Watson's Guada Tulay.

Elusive. Only in Watson’s Guada Tulay.

Balinese brown by Kolours… may not be as tangerine but it’s as close as I can get. There are no other commercial products that can come this close. I think I shelled out Php250.00 for one box. I’m that cheap so I color my own hair. The smell of the chemicals is nagging on my nose, but I stayed put and decided to let it stay for a few more minutes bringing down the length of chemical soak for about an hour and a half. Finish product, as always, is not what I had hope for. I’m just thankful that the color spread is even this time. Hahaha.

#dyefail

#dyefail

I have heard from someone that you need to bleach your hair if you want to attain a lighter tone. I might do that after I’ve researched the pros and cons of bleaching. And after I am quite sure that my employment is tolerant of out-of-ordinary hair grooming.

Till then, I’ll just make do with this black-tangerine hue. 😀

 

 

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