30 11 / 2011
I’m sorry I haven’t posted in so long! It’s almost exam week at school, and I’ve been stressing out like nobody’s business, (especially since it’s my senior year).
Speaking of stress, did you know being under a lot of pressure (pushing down on me! pushing down on you!) can mess with your looks? I noticed last week that my hair dye was fading even faster than usual. Not cool, especially when your natural hair color is significantly different from your color of choice. Even less cool if you don’t have the money to dash to the salon to fix your usually maintained mane.
Thankfully, home hair colors are available that are both easy to apply and easy to buy. My secret weapon? Revlon Colorsilk, amazingly available for around $3.00 at my local Walmart.
(My preferred color! Image from luux.com).
Be advised, however, that there are a few disadvantages to it being so cheap: the gloves are pretty big and clumsy, and the conditioner included does not work as well as the ones included in more expensive hair dyes, (in my experience). Just work some of your usual conditioner in if little packet included just doesn’t cut it!
All in all, this brand does an amazing job of transforming my blah mousy brown locks into exotic ebony tresses. For three dollars, I can afford to get a little stressed out!
To dyeing without dying when you see the receipt,