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Susie- Hair Dye used: Special Effects Devilish
My hair was naturally dark brown.
I bleached it to a light golden orange color and dyed it with Devilish. It faded into a pinkish orange color. I then bleached it again about two months later and dyed it with Nuclear red.
Tee- Hair Dye used: Special Effects Devilish
Hello! All I did was bleach and apply the colour provided. My hair was somewhat a light auburn, I had black hair for 6 years (dyed) and I got it lightened out at the hairdresser a couple of months before. I bleached the contour of my head for the turquoise, and for the red i just kept the section already dyed out for the turquoise and dyed the rest black. So basically the area where the red is, it used to be a very faded turquoise. For the red, I bleached it to try to get as much turquoise out In the photos provided they were perhaps 3-7 days from dying. The special effects is so amazing, even when it begins to fade it’s still beautiful, the shades it leaves!
Jayne-Hair Dye used: Special Effects Candy Apple Red, Devilish, Cherry Bomb
Hi, here are some photos of Special Effects hair dye in natural brightsun (it really glows!) as well as in bar lighting. I use a professional L'oreal MagiRouge "Copper Red" color to dye my long, darkbrown hair an orangey-red shade first, then apply the Special Effects over that. The color lasts a few weeks, fading gradually whenever I wash it, until it looks either pink or orange by the time I need to do my roots again. On average, I get about ten compliments a day on my hair, including many questions from people who want to replicate the color themselves. The photos show a random mix of Candy Apple Red, Devilish, and Cherry Bomb in varying proportions and the first two seem to fade less than the third. I only use permanent color at the base, to lighten the new growth, but reapply Special Effects all over each time, due to fading. I have tried other color lines like PunkyColor and Manic Panic, but found Special Effects to be the richest and longest-lasting.