Tutorial: Pink Hair!1:18 PM
I HAVE PINK HAIR!
I've been waiting for a good time to make my hair this color ever since my lavender/lilac hair so here it is! Since it's already October, why not?
Today I will be showing you how I achieved this color, but for those that saw my post of how to achieve lavender/lilac hair, you can probably already guess how~
Also, this method works best if you have blonde or white hair. To find out how to achieve blonde hair check out my Hair tag.
WHAT YOU NEED:
- your choice of color
- white conditioner
- plastic container
- [optional] hair coloring brush
Make your solution about 3-4 shades darker than your desired color.
Since I know that some sections of my hair has a warmer toner, I opted for a more cool toned pink.
Then, you just apply it on your hair.
I mostly concentrated the solution at my midsections and ends since those are the areas that are more dry compared to my roots. That section has gone through two bleachings and toned with toner.
From previous experience, I know that the pink won't show up near my grown-out roots area since it's not bleach, and the section that has only been bleached once and not toned will be a brownish color.
The once bleached section and not toned came out to be a strawberry blonde/peachy-salmon color. It's pretty much how I expected it to look.
Whereas the ends are more of a pastel pink since that section has been bleached twice and toned.
I'm aware that it's not even, but it's temporary anyway so might as well have fun with it!
Also, my hair was in need of a deep conditioning so this method was perfect.
I already have an idea of my next unnatural hair color to go for so have a look out for that~
If you want, try to guess what color is next!
BTW. Please check out my new makeup tutorial video if you haven't already!
Thanks for reading!