OMG Y’ALL!! I HAVE PINK HAIR!!
Okay, so here’s the story of how this happened…
I have been using Kristin Ess Products for quite some time now. I use her purple conditioner and leave-in conditioner every time I wash my hair. I have also tried her dry shampoo, her blow dry mist, and her texture spray, all of which I loved but don’t use as regularly. I’ve had my eye on this rose gold tint for probably a little over a year or so now but haven’t worked up the courage to try it. I really have no reason why I haven’t tried it, I’ve been pretty adventurous with my hair color in my past and I’ve seen pretty good reviews of this stuff, so I really have no excuse. Anyways, flash forward to this past week. So my hairstylist Meagan, just so happens to be one of my good friends and I was helping her out with some social media things the other day and we decided to run to Target (we so should not have been allowed to go to Target alone together because we spent two hours there and I bought two bathing suits that I so wasn’t ready for yet, oops!) We were rounding up our trip of course in the hair section looking at cute hair accessories (Lord I don’t need another scrunchie..) and I decided to show her this hair tint that I was low key skeptical about. I figured if she was as skeptical as I was then I’d put it back like I always do and go check out. Well obviously my hair is currently pink so I think it’s safe to say that she talked me into it and I AM HERE FOR IT!!
Now onto the process. This stuff is pretty straight forward when it comes to directions.
1. Shampoo your hair
2. Spray on wet hair for subtle color and towel dried hair for intense color (I lightly towel dried my hair)
3. Wait 1-2 minutes (I waited about four because I felt like that was too short)
4. Condition your hair
Now like I said before, this is a temporary tint, so it claims to last up to about three washes. I have yet to test this because I dyed it last Tuesday and have only washed my hair twice since then and on the second wash I re-dyed it. I will say I decided to do it again on the second wash partially because I missed a few spots the first time but also because it was starting to fade ever so lightly. So the three washes is probably accurate depending on the porosity of your hair.
10/10 will be using this again. She just recently came out with a new shade called Amethyst which is a pretty pastel purple. I think once I get back from the Master’s next month I might try that one out so stay tuned for that!