DIY: Ombre Hair Using Virgin Brazilian Hair Extensions

This post is long overdue.. (understatement of the year :P)

My Inspirations:




What I used:
Vol. 20 developer
Garnier Belle Color  (73 Dark Golden Blonde)
Lifting the color of Virgin Hair was way harder than I thought... you need a lot of patience if you do not use bleach. I think it took so long because I used a vol 20 developer. If you want to speed up the process use a vol 30 or vol 40 developer.
The quality of the hair was not affected by the dye. I made sure i deep conditioned the hair after to prevent dryness. I am happy I finally did it after months of procrastination. The only thing i wish is that the tips were a little lighter so I may attempt to make the tips a little lighter.. blonder. I am ready to move on to my next hair so I'm not sure that is going to happen.


Have a wonderful week :)





Comments

  1. hey i just stumbled upon this and i was wondering can this be done without using the developer because i want to ombre my natural hair and i don't want to damage it. thanks and it looks really nice on you.

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    1. I would say to be very cautious and get it professionally done. My ombre has 3 shade gradation. black, light brown then blond. ..
      I had mine done by my stylist and could not be happier!!

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  2. Hi did you leave the dye on your hair longer than the recommanded time because od your dark hair?

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