ramseys-girl asked: I dyed my hair golden blonde, and my natural hair color is dark brown, my roots grew out so should I dye my roots first and then the rest or other way around, because i want it lighter? Thanks :)
There are a couple of ways to go about it:
You could apply bleach to the lightened areas until you are just about at your desired lightness, and then apply to the roots until they match (roots will lighten quick!). You then may have to tone your hair (if it’s light enough) or apply a color (if it’s not) to neutralize any brassiness.
Another option would be lightening the roots to where you’re at right now and adding highlights throughout in order to slowly get to your desired lightness. This is less damaging and will also give you a bit of dimension so the color won’t be a flat blonde. You could then tone if necessary or use a purple shampoo to perk up the blonde pieces.
Please be SUPER careful when working with bleach! Good luck!
beautifultrag3dy asked: Hey! I have an interview tomorrow and I was wondering if you had any tips or suggested colors to go with? I'm thinking of wearing black and red, if that helps? Thanks!
I personally like neutral colors and a light to medium application of them best for a job interview (unless it’s for a makeup position). It highlights your features and isn’t distracting from what you’re there to do!
Good luck! You’ll do great!
Anonymous asked: Did you have to bleach her hair to get it that light?
Yup. Her hair was previously colored, so bleach was the only way to go for her desired result! :)
Anonymous asked: Hi, My school doesn't lets us use make-up. Still I really wanna use faundation. I don't know how but the teachers understand if I use it (even it's the perfect color for my skin). Do you mnow a way to use foundation without anybody noticing it.
A tinted moisturizer can look really natural, or your own foundation mixed with a bit of your daily moisturizer!
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