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Teapot- Hair Dyes used: Special Effects Pimpin Purple, Burgundy Wine

I used Special Effects Pimpin' Purple and Burgundy Wine over bleached to blond hair. First I did lots of tiny strands in each color and then I did chunks the next time. I like the small bits better, but I'm not sold on the wine color. I'm used to purple I guess. It washes to a nice hot pink, but it runs like no other color I've had. The purple stays put really well and looks just as vibrant after each wash. Definitely sticking with Pimpin' for a while!
First pic is the next day with small streaks, the other pictures are with chunks of color. I apply the colors regularly to keep them vibrant, the washes don't look so hot. You can see how streaky the burgundy looks in the flash while the purple stays true in any light. I think if I were to do the burgundy wine again I'd do it by itself. Seems like a good stand alone color.


Lesik-Special Effects Burgundy Wine



Rebecca and Molly-
These are combinations of Nuclear Red, Atomic Pink, Napalm Orange, Wildflower and Burgundy Wine.

My sister and I have been dying our hair with Special Effects hair dye for about three years now. We always bleach it out before putting the bright colors on, and have developed some techniques to make it last. I never have to re-dye because the color fades, only because my roots grow out!!
-We always use Special Effects... it is by far the best bright hair dye on the market!!
-Yes it is necessary to bleach our hair out before dying it, but we only bleach out the natural color, once the dye is in it stays. We do, however, put new color on top of the old dye job, it really mixes up the color and creates some cool shades! Keep in mind that the colors do change between a fresh dye and after a few washes.. so account for it when you decide what colors to use. I find that mixing the pinks, oranges and reds doesn't show up much in the beginning, but as the color fades they really come out!
-None of these pictures were taken immediately after dying, they all have at least a few weeks on them.
-Rebecca & Molly