After my previous unsuccessful trial to dye hair at home, here I decided to take another shot and go ahead with a different brand! After some researching online I bought Vidal Sassoon Salonist Permanent Hair Colour 10/1 Lightest Cool Blonde. Reviews on that one are really reasonable, therefore I decided to try it out.
It’s slightly pricier than most of other hair dye, but still definitely not too expensive- £9.99 normally, but you can often find various offers or discounts on it. It includes hair dyeing brush, I found that pretty handy.
What’s in the Box of Vidal Sassoon Salonist Permanent Hair Colour 10/1 Lightest Cool Blonde:
- 1 tube of Rich Colour Cream
- 1 bottle of Colour Activating Lotion
- 1 Sachet of VS Serum
- 1 Tube of Colour-Preserving Conditioner
- a set with a VS Expert Brush, Bowl & Gloves
It’s a two step process- treating your roots with colour cream first, then adding the VS serum to the remaining permanent hair colour, and blending through lengths. Nothing too complicated, as you see.
Done all as per instructions. The whole process took me about an hour.
After washing and drying my hair, I had very mixed feelings. I really loved the colour the way it turned out. Really did. Exactly the colour that I wanted to get.
My roots unfortunately had a completely different colour – they became proper ginger… So so so so sad and annoying.. 🙁 I don’t know why am I recently having difficulties with dyeing my hair. Could pregnancy affect that somehow? I have no idea…
Anyway, I think I will give Vidal Sassoon Lightest Cool Blonde
hair dye another go in a couple of months and see how it goes once again. I hope it will work on my roots this time too, as the colour otherwise is very pretty. I will keep you updated… xxx