I originally bought two of Revlon Colorsilk's Dark Ash Blonde 60, but it turned out that I only needed one. However, I wasn't pleased with the results at all because it hardly made a difference. Since I considered my hair to be medium brown, I expected to get a result similar to what they claimed, but I should've known that they never live up to it. Here's the result:
|Before & After|
I took these photos under tungsten light and I might have used the wrong color balance in my camera, so the color appears to lean more towards the copper family, but it actually has more blonde undertones under natural light. It turned out to be a really nice caramel shade, which I haven't really tried before. These might be a better representation of the true color:
I think Revlon Colorsilk changed something in their formula that makes the hair extra shiny and natural. Most of the box dyes I've used in the past are from their line, but they've never looked this healthy. Anyway, I'm very happy with the results, and I hope it'll get lighter with a few washes.
|Makeup used: |
Rimmel Stay Matte Liquid Mousse Foundation
Revlon PhotoReady concealer
Daiso eyebrow pencil
Daiso liquid eyeliner
Revlon Colorburst Matte Balm in Sultry
That's it for my new(ish) spring hair color. Next up: spring shopping.
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