24 minutes ago
Hello first day of autumn/fall! I’ve been dreaming of you.. all the bundles of blankets and woolly scarfs at the ready, my coffee and hot chocolate corner is all stock up and I’m ready for whatever this glorious months bring us! We move three weeks from today.. how exciting! I cannot wait to exploring round our new little town and see what treasures we can find.. I live for tiny coffee shops and acoustic country music.. Chris lane and Brett Young are absolute staples in my “cosy fall” playlist, along with Taylor Swifts softer music and of course some spooky music for the girls .. hocus pocus soundtrack anyone?? I can’t believe I’m just three weeks the girls will have their own back garden to play in and we have a big tree.. so leaf piles shall be a must in our evening playtime ! So tell me, what are you most looking forward to this month? ☕️🍁🍂🏡🌲
59 minutes ago
🙈❤️ What if we kissed😘😘... in front of our minecraft double bed ... jk... Unless?😳😳
59 minutes ago
This girl has been putting purple and magenta color on her hair for quite some time now. These first two pictures are what was left after using Malibu C Color Disruptor and CPR (I forgot to get a true before picture).
I then used 8.31 Kinnessences on everything that was pink/purple to neutralize it out (let me tell you, it worked very quickly and, as you can see, it worked perfectly).
This is the step a lot of us would have messed up. We would have went in with another dose of CPR or we would have used Lightener to try and get the rest of the color out. That would have damaged her hair beyond repair. Instead, I utilized my color wheel and basic color theory and opted for a yellow-green base color to neutralize the magenta and it worked like a charm.
Once I had an even canvas to work with I then applied 7.1 with a dash of 1.0 Kinnessnces to the root area, and 7.9 Prestige to all her mid-shafts and ends.
Processed 30 minutes. Combed through to blend and let it sit another 5 minutes.
1 hour ago
Salt mine in Romania
1 hour ago
How long does it take to grow out grey hair? I get that question often.
It depends on which route you choose, and how long you want your hair. If you shave your head, it takes a couple of weeks. It’s brutal, your hair will be very short, but the transition will be complete. You’ll have a head of grey hair, if, indeed, your natural hair colour is grey. However, not many women are that brave. I certainly wasn’t.
If you don’t want to shave your head or cut your hair short, complete transition takes a while. Human hair grows roughly 1 cm per month.
My hair was long and dyed dark brown when I decided to let my grey grow in. After a few months without dye, I looked like somebody had dropped a bucket of bleach on top of my head. It was atrocious. I felt I had to do something and proceeded to have the entire bulk of hair lifted to platinum level - 4 times - in a vain attempt to even out the demarcation. Don’t do this at home! The chemical cocktails left my hair in a very sad state. And I had to tint the bleached lengths every week with blue pigments to cover the yellow tones. Eventually I cut my hair to the shoulders and had the bleached lengths trimmed every month. The shoulder-length transition was complete in 24 months.
Grey and silver are not always evenly distributed. My hair is mainly white/silver around my face and much darker (brown, blonde, slate grey) in the back. I have opted to not do anything about it. That is one of the things you will not know until the transition is complete, nor will you know if you like the grey until it’s entirely grown out. Another thing is that your grey hair will colour-shift depending on the light. Sometimes super-flattering, sometimes not so much. Some of my followers insist that I colour my hair, because the colour appears different in my pictures. But I haven’t coloured my hair in 5 years.