*note, the color on the box wasn't so red, but when hair get processed chemically it's natural reaction is to get warm tones, this is why when bleached hair is yellow at first and it needs to be toned... Lol, I'm a nerd and I know color chemistry but I never tried practically so that's why I'm asking
In the pics you have my natural hair, the test section And a comparison between the two (the colored strand is straight because I blow dry it this way looks weird 😂)
Most Helpful Guy
Haven't dyed my hair so I'm not sure. Your original hair color looks better to me. I have like light brown hair and some blond frontal hair caused by the sun. I don't know that should I dye it darker in the future?0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
Most Helpful Girl
Is the dye you're using permanent or semi permanent?
If it's semi, then I'd just buy a blue color dye to mix in with the purple. Lol I dyed my hair purple earlier this year and I mixed like 4 different shades together before I got the shade I wanted.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE