Didn't change my hair colour
My hair is black and I tried to dye it to the colour of chocolate rush. It did not change at all. I reapplied it and it still did not work. I do not recommend it at all.
For those who are complaining that the colour fades too fast, always wash your hair in cool water. Hot water makes colour fade away very quickly. Do not wash your hair for 72 hours after you box dye so the colours can set in properly. If you are unhappy with your result, don't forget to look behind the boxes where it shows the final result from your natural hair colour. If your hair had already been previously dyed, use a hair colour remover because you can't just colour over colour. Use Schwarzkopf hair oils because it makes your hair really s...ilky smooth and makes the colour a bit more vibrant. I had natural black hair and box dyed my hair 'Dark Brown Allure' from the Schwarzkopf Brilliance selection. I didn't like how it turned out because it was too dark because of my black hair so I used a hair colour remover and it made my hair a copper like colour. I then used red passion straight after. It was a little bit of a dark red after dying it but the next day it brightened up a bit more and now its a lovely wine red colour!
great hair dye, although fades quite quickly.
After dyeing my hair with this, the colour was a beautiful rich dark red, and faded into my dark brown roots nicely after they started growing out. However, the colour faded very quickly after the first few weeks, and turned into a weird orange colour with red highlights. Although the initial colour was perfect its just faded far too quickly.
Questions & Answers
Why is this colour so difficult to get
Should the hair be washed prior to colouring
No! Do not wash your hair before application, this will make the colour wash out faster. It’s best to use the product on unwashed hair.
I have dark brown hair but roots are quite white. Is this the right colour or what would you suggest?
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