There I was, snuggled in my onesie, a human-blanket burrito, merrily scrolling through Instagram. Then, WAIT! What’s this beautiful pink-hued beach wave? Who is this siren? And, more importantly, how did she achieve such luscious faded candy floss, bleached bubblegum locks?
Bleach. In both senses of the word. Bleach London dye on bleached hair. I needed it.
There has been a lot of talk about BLEACH LONDON hair colours and products. Brought into the world by Sam Teasdale, sister of 1D wonder woman Lou (check out her hair by the way, it’s… well, there are no words). So I thought I’d give it a go.
My over-bleached, sad, dry hair was in desperate need of some fresh oomph. A quick trip to Boots later and I was the proud owner of the Bleach Supercool Colour Kit – Gritty in Pinks. Three gorgeous shades in a handy pouch, with gloves too.
It’s a quick and simple application process, with none of the usual hair colour stenches. But, be warned, it might look like you haven’t left any pink colour marks on the sink, but in an hour it may look like you’ve murdered a unicorn in there. It’s easy enough to wipe off though.
I’d recommend starting from blonde with the Rose colour, and topping it up with the Rose shampoo and conditioner (what an awesome invention – why didn’t anyone think of this sooner?).
Here are my results, leaving the rose colour on full head bleached hair for around 10 minutes and rinsing with warm water.
Word of warning, it’s not as easy to wash out if you have heavily bleached hair like me – I had pinky patches for a long time afterwards! Highly recommended for adventurous blondies.
Have you tried it? What did you think?