When will i learn..

Morning everyone, hope that you are well?
This week i got totally fed up of having my hair 4 different  lengths and 2 different shades.
My idea was simple..4 different lengths and one shade. Sounds good and simple right.
Bought a hair dye with my shopping,not my usual brand as it was out of stock,..did my patch test and then hubby dyed it for me.
Within 5 minutes my hair was turning a bright blonde then it slowly degraded to a fluffing daffodil yellow..aha, that's right daffodil yellow.

Not the colour on the box of a bright blonde..nope i looked liked a dirty cottonbud that had been shoved in a waxy lughole.
Now my family are soo nice and kept telling me it looked fine..to be fair i looked like a pint of bloody Guinness ..i tan easily.I refused to answer the door as people would have fell over in shock at a walking talking flower.
So all i can say is Thank You Amazon..i bought some purple shampoo on the Thursday and it arrived Friday,  it took all the yellow and earwax orange out my hair and now i am a white blonde with some interesting silvery streaks.
So that is the very last time i do anything to my hair..infact i am seriously considering having a close crop.
Lesson learnt..don't go blonde with a hair dye i have never used before..bloody bright blonde my ass.
have a good day everyone
ftm


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  1. Oh dear, you didn't want fluffy yellow hair?? I decided to stop having my hair coloured and be natural.. only thing is its dark grey, not white, so I'm a bit disappointed. I get surprised each time I see myself in the mirror!

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  2. Tony and I are chuckling at your post. Glad you managed to rescue the hair colour. We live and learn don't we

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  3. Oh my! Last time anything awful like that happened to me I got a pixie cut. ( was told I looked like a boy, so was in a bad mood for a month afterwards!)

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  4. Qh dear I have 13 more days to wait for my post lookdown hair appointment, a very big cut!

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