Winter Hair Makeover

You may have noticed if you follow me on Twitter or Instagram that I have changed my hair colour again. I've finally plucked up the courage to wave goodbye to my ombré and welcomed back the brunette.

It is nice to be able to freshen your look and the easiest way to do this is by dying your hair, especially when you change through Spring/Summer to Autumn/Winter. If you have had or got ombré and are wanting to go back to your natural shade then go for it, it is super easy and very affordable too. I would advise for you to go for a rich chocolate brown which has red undertones rather than an ashy brown which will have green undertones. 

I just did mine from shop bought dye, firstly with a semi-permanent dye from the L'Oreal Casting Creme Gloss in Chocolate Truffle, I was a little worried how it would turn out which is why I didn't choose permanent dye. I didn't do anything special in particular I just followed the instructions on the packaging, but instead of starting at the roots I placed the dye onto the ombré part at first then upwards into the rest of my hair.

It has been about three weeks and my hair has started to fade to a more lighter brown/purple shade but this is always going to happen. So I have been out and picked up a permanent dye, so fingers crossed it will not fade. Plus I am actually amazed at how quick it has become silky and smooth again.

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