Splat Ombre Hair Color Kit
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I was really wanting difference. I’ve had my hair Pink, green, blue, purple, etc but all during my teen years. The last few years I’ve been doing the basic natural colors for my hair so I wanted a change. I looked up so many different brands and this ombré kit was the only one that came with everything you needed. The bleach, the two colors, the rubber bands and the gloves and instructions. I read the reviews and went through all the YouTube videos and found that I would need 2 boxes to do my whole head. I have bra length darker brunette hair that’s sort of on the thicker side. So I went ahead and got a 2 pack.
First off, the instructions are very easy to understand and very easy to follow. The gloves that come in the kit are on the short side, they barely go to my wrists so that’s one issue. It’s also a bit difficult to pour the powder contents into the bleach mixture, I’d recommend using a small funnel or something to make it easier. The bleaching process took me almost 2 hours and two bottles to get to more of an orange blonde vs the hay blonde they suggest. Although I’ve read that to get better results you should start the bleaching at the roots and work your way up, wrapping your head in a bag or towel to use heat to lift the color better. During the dying process I used the dark blue on my roots and turquoise on my tips. It was very easy to do this process just make sure you don’t miss any strands. I was 100% sure I got all the stands and went over it multiple times and still found I missed a couple after I’d rinsed. Nothing too bad though. When doing the dying process, I’d suggest using an old towel or two to cover EVERYTHING in close vicinity to your dying station. That color can and will get on everything and it will dye it within seconds. I was able to contain it but my sink now has a couple blue spots. The dye will dye your skin so use a good vaseline around your forehead, ears and back of neck. I got some on my skin but it came off the next day with a hand towel and some baby oil. The dye itself is actually not bad scented. It smells almost like blueberries so it’s very pleasant. Also for reference, I’m allergic to regular hair dye, it’ll burn my scalp up, but this dye did not burn at all. It is cruelty free and vegan so that’s probably a huge factor there. After the final rinse I was able to dry it up with a hair drier and put some leave in conditioner in my hair to help out with moisturizing since all I was able to use during this whole process was shampoo after bleaching. All in all it didn’t do too bad. Really the only thing different in this that what I normally did with the natural color dye is bleach and the time it took to do everything. The whole process for me took about 3 hours. So definitely plan a lot of time to do this job. I will update this review after a couple days of wear to tell if it lasts or not. Splat Ombre Hair Color Kit
I have previously used splat so I knew what I was getting myself into. I knew how bright it was going to be. I wasn’t exactly sure how the ombré would turn out since you do it yourself but I was pleasantly surprised. Once it began to fade it became kind of a gross green color but it didn’t bother me because I just dyed over it again. My hair was light blonde (previously bleached) when I dyed it. It’s hard to see the ombré in the picture but you could tell in person and it looked nice! Please comment if you have any questions! Splat Ombre Hair Color Kit
It does stain everything if you’re not careful,but the pay off is great!
I’d recommend placing either plastic bags,newspaper or something to cover wherever you are doing your hair.
The price is perfect for the great job this hair color does!!
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