Pink hair with Stargazer and underwater pictures

After one day at the pool the pink is almost all gone. But it was fun as long as it lasted. Viola´s hair might be a bit to dark to begin with. If you have lighter hair I think it will “stick” better.
We used Stargazers Semi -Permanent. If you have a short hair one bottle will be enough. We could have used two though.
Another cool thing we bought is a water proof case for the Iphone, called LifeProof. It lets us film underwater with sound and everything. Love it.

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August 8, 2012 at 14:05

I used to dye my hair pink when i had ‘natural’ hair and it would always wash off quickly. My hair dresser told me i should bleach my hair as this would give the colour something to stick to on the follicle as it gives it a texture. Not that im saying you should bleach Viola’s hair, but this is probably why it doesn’t stick. For kids though, having temporary colour for a few days is just as fun and you can try more colours more often!

Jenny Brandt
August 8, 2012 at 14:09
– In reply to: Catherine

Haha thank you for your comment. I so agree. This is perfect. /Jenny

Melissa@Julia’s Bookbag
August 8, 2012 at 17:36

oh this is too fab, I have to try this on Julia — she wants red hair sooooooo badly so she can be like Merida from the movie ‘Brave’…..:)

August 8, 2012 at 18:21

I have a hair dye business and I get asked all the time about dying unbleached hair. Catherine is right in saying that bleaching helps the dye to stick, but if you don’t want to bleach then you should use a residue free shampoo to wash your hair twice and DON’T use any conditioner before applying the dye.
Darker colours tend to work best on natural hair; pale colours just don’t show up as well, even on really light blonde hair.

August 8, 2012 at 19:21

wow liksom! såg ju på insta också, men översta bilden är så skön ;) brukar göra samma på svärmor, fast svart (nästa gång skall jag smyga i lite rosa oxå)