Sunday, 24 November 2013

Pink hair: Crazy Colour in Candy Floss.

If you caught my post on Bleach London semi-permanent hair colours (here) you'll know I've been experimenting a little with my ombre. After my bright pink washed out, I re-ombred my hair and thought I would try a different brand and shade of pink. I picked up the Crazy Colours Candy Floss, which is described as leaving a really like 'candy' pink colour, which I really like. Don't get my wrong, I loved the Bleach London pink, but I loved it even more after a few washes and it became more subtle. 

So how did Crazy Colours pay off? The process is exactly the same as the Bleach London dye, you applied to shampooed towel dried hair  and leave for 15-30 minutes to let it works it's magic. One thing I will say is, this seems to be slightly thicker than the Bleach London colour and therefore is sligtly less messy as it doesn't slide off your hands. I left the dye for the full 30 minutes and rinsed off, and I was left with a really subtle pink tone to my ombre. I'm actually really pleased with the results, they're much less 'in our face' than the Bleach London colour, which is perfect for me at work, plus it's added a little interest to my ombre. 

I picked my Crazy Colour bottle up from an independent shop, priced at £3.99 it is cheaper than the Bleach London offering. If you're looking for a really light pink wash over your hair, I may have found the perfect colour for you.

Katie xx
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18 comments

  1. Oooh this looks amazing, looks like something i'd like to experiment with :)

    meimei xx

    www.meimeisays.com

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  2. It looks lovely, i really want to try this out!

    http://boysbracesandbowties.blogspot.co.uk/
    xx

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  3. I really like the subtlety of this. The colour really suits you x

    Jodie Marie
    à la Jode

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  4. Gorgeous hair, subtle yet pretty! xx

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  5. I like that it's so subtle - in some lights you might not notice the pink but then when you see it it's so pretty :)
    Such a good value product too!
    Keep in touch :)
    Andrea
    www.lanouvellenoire.com xxx

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  6. I really like that this is a bit more subtle, it looks so pretty :) xx

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  7. might add this to the end of my blonde hair! :)
    looks gorgeous, love your ombre.

    chloe // www.omgchl0e.blogspot.co.uk :) x

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  8. Looks like a fun way of experimenting without it being permanent
    http://www.letstalkbeauty.co.uk/

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  9. Looks great on you, definitely better than making it permanent as you'd have to pay a bomb to get it back to how you wanted it! xx

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  10. I prefer Crazy Color to the Bleach London dyes, the ones by Bleach are quite subtle.

    x

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  11. It looks really great on your ombre! I wish I had lighter hair (or ombre) so that I could put colours in :)
    Daniella x

    http://daniella-r.blogspot.co.uk

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  12. It looks lovely!! I don't think I'd ever be brave enough to use a colour like this as much as I'd love to
    xxx

    www.salted-roses.blogspot.com

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  14. I love the price of the products and I think they're great for temp! Looks great on you xx



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  15. I love how subtle it looks! I use Kevin Murphy hair chalk sometimes but i don't like the feeling. This looks like a much better product!
    xo
    PlushLuxe

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  16. When I finally get rid of this stuffy corportate job I am TOTALLY going to try something like this!! It looks amazing xx

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  17. Love the look of the pink in your hair!! It looks so easy to use!! Thank you for the link on twitter!! Followed!!
    xx

    http://the-astyle.blogspot.ca

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