I decided to colour my hair at home! My roots needed some urgent touch up, and my hairdresser is in Croatia! As I didn't have patience to wait for my next trip to Croatia, I finally gathered the courage to touch up my roots at home! Prior to deciding which colour should i opt for, I did my research and finally I picked up the L'Oreal Casting Creme Gloss Glossy Blondes in #801, and ...I was actually super pleased with the result!
Considering the fact that this colour doesn't contain ammonia, this "experiment" of mine turned out to be a success! This box hair dye managed to lighten my roots quite nicely, without them turning out scary orange, or weird yellow!
As I'm pregnant, it was very important to me to use a product that doesn't contain any harsh chemicals.
My hair is naturally way darker, as you can see from the "before" picture, so that's why I was super nervous with this first time application! I didn't film a demo, but I do have a video review where I'm talking you through the whole process of me colouring my hair at home for the very first time!
Now that I've "broken the ice" and saw that the results were quite nice, I might try to film the whole process of colouring my hair at home the next time!
You can check out this video review where I explain to you more about the whole colouring process:
I coloured my lengths too, but as they've already been highlighted, I only left the colour in for less than 10 min, just to freshen it up!
Next time, I might go a shade lighter, which is supposed to work well if you already have highlighted hair and your highlights need to be freshen up and revived! I'll let you know more about how that goes, and possibly even film a tutorial!
Have you ever tried L'Oreal Casting Creme Gloss Glossy Blondes and if so, which shade did you opt for? Were you satisfied with the results?
Check out my article for Glam Express where I talk more about this experience!