Monday, 12 October 2015

Bleach London Super Cool Colour In Rosé


I've been a fan of the Bleach range for a while now, having previously tested out the shades Sea Punk and Tangerine Dream on the blog. I tried Rosé for the first time earlier this year, but in the spirit of Pinktober, as part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, I decided to take the plunge to pink once again.
For those unfamiliar with Super Cool Colours, a quick recap - they're little bottles of rainbow fun, designed to fade out in 2 - 10 washes. As with most non-permanent hair dyes, they're recommended for use on bleached or light blonde hair, as some of the colours (especially the pastel ones like this) won't show up on darker tones. This is sadly a case where blondes do have more fun! If we can forget about the split ends...


The first thing I noticed about Rosé was how quickly it seemed to develop! I applied as instructed to towel-dried, freshly washed hair and left for 15 minutes... but the first time I used it, I washed it off after five as it looked so bright. That turned out to be a mistake as, by the time I'd dried it, it was barely noticeable - just a super subtle hint of baby pink.

My photos above show the results of a full 15 minute application. I was pretty impressed with how even the colour turned out given I applied it haphazardly by myself without sectioning it off.  It's ended up a dreamy, multi-tonal shade of candy floss that's got me the most hair compliments I've had in a long time (or maybe ever). Thanks Bleach!

The only problem is deciding what Super Cool Colour to go for next... I'm thinking Blullini?
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