Photos of Multi-coloured Hair
Front view. I wanted to get all of the excess dye out, so I shampooed and conditioned my hair and sooo much color came out... Yay (because the whole sweating blue and green doesn't agree with me, lol)! The neon green is way more vibrant, and the rest of the ...
I am so happy with this! At last, a rainbow! The other side is all purple.
So, Venus Envy stained my hair turquoise, and after having my hair Atomic turquoise for MONTHS, I needed a color change. I put Cotton Candy Pink (right) and bad boy blue (left) over the stain, and this is how it came out. It's pretty cool!
Better view of the red... :/
I had a moment of very well behaving hair when I took some victory rolls out. Totally accidental and I doubt I could style my hair like this if I wanted but I love it :).
curling wand take 2. picture taken in natural sunlight, pretty accurate colors
Here's how I dyed it: http://youtu.be/WoWhcVIYIeE
My sister asked me to dye my hair green for her wedding, so I checked out ManicPanic's selection. The Venus envy is great! It comes out a great Kelly green. I had some electric banana lying around, and inspired by http://haircrazy.info/timelines/coeur/2014/6/1/49771/ I added a bit in.
Natural light by the window, I think this one will never fade. The green tips are not visible, sorry!
Probably one of my favorite color combos ever.
- Punky Colour — Flame
- Ion Color Brilliance Brights — Magenta (Ion Color Brilliance)
This is after several weeks with only one light re-touch of colour last week. The very back of it is very dark blue black so the bright colours pop quite well against it.
On top Hot Hot Pink, in the middle a mix of HothotPink and Ultra Violet, and in the bottom only Ultra violet. I left the dye in for about 4hrs.
I started with a set of blonde hair extensions. I layered and blended the colors listed above with a small amount of yellow in the blue close to the roots to start with teal. I set the hair color in the oven at about 200 degrees F for approximately 40 ...
I feel like I do these peacock-ish colours a lot, but apparently I don't have a lot of photos of it in my timeline. The purple is an equal mix of Cerise and Turquoise diluted with equal parts conditioner. The shorter side is Cerise with a tiny bit of Turquoise ...
My first time having rainbow hair! The green is a mix of atomic turquoise and electric lime. We parted my hair down the middle, then divided it in to six sections on each side. I let the dye sit for 2-3 hours, which is about the max time I can ...
Can see how my orange was already turning yellow after a wash. Everyone really liked the green streak, which was honestly a total F-up. I accidentally got atomic turquoise on the roots in that spot, so I just rolled with it. Happy accident, I suppose.
I decided to go darker to try and get the most out this dye job. The pink is a less diluted mix of Virgin Rose and Fuchsia. I kept the half/half so I dyed one side with slightly diluted Blue Velvet. For the other I made my own purple with ...
Sunset, Sunset. Ah, forgot to say this in the longer description - as I just read that adore colours need heat to do their job right, I put a plastic bag and a towel over the foiled hair, to give it at least some nice body warmth. The heat thing ...
This photo gives a slightly better idea of what the colors look like after 2-3 months of fading. I've decided to stop bleaching my roots in case I need to have "normal" hair for a new job.
The rainbow was really fading down, so I popped diluted Turquoise straight over the right half and a 1:1 mix of Poppy Red and Cerise over the other side. Of course, the green bits just got greener, but the yellow and orange really toned the very pinkish mix into more ...
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