How to avoid paying more for color?
What Guys Said 1
I couldnt spend that much money on doing that. I rarely splurge on anything tho. I'd say if you are comfortable with trying it do it yourself. Its going to wash out either way at some point.0
What Girls Said 2
If you get it done at the salon, you know you're getting quality product and it will probably look way more ideal too. If you choose to do it yourself, you can pickup hairdye in purple, but be careful doing it right after your hair has been done.
I'm not sure if you're getting it highlighted, or fully lightened, but doing that to hair can cause damage. Also, that purple colour may not apply to the hair evenly, leaving certain areas to washout looking, and even causing the colour to fade quicker. DIY hairdye tends to never come out as how we planned, trust me i have used many different colours, and different brands in the past years.
You could also speak to your stylist and ask about temporary hair colours. Explain you picked up one and want to try it out. They can give you instructions on how long you should wait once your hair is done at the salon, and also may offer some helpful tips for application, and even keeping the colour lasting.
I spoke to my hair stylist about products and about DIY highlighting kits at home. She had an entire convo with me while she was cutting my hair. They do know their stuff, and they give great advice. I say go in for your style, and see what the hair dresser has to say about it.
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