PHOTOS & WORDS: ZOE LONDON
AN AUTUMNAL DARKER ADDITION TO MY USUAL BLUE HAIR.
I just thought i’d share with you an update on my current hair look, as we know i’m always playing about with slightly different variants of colour and as it’s kinda pretty much Winter now, I thought i’d make it a bit darker. Now I did this hair look myself in at home contrast to the last look by Fudge Urban in their salon, but I used all the same Fudge products. Actually this time I added in a bit of Raspberry Beret to the Turquoise Blue, and it made this top shade here.
I didn’t use the yellow this time around because I think it’s quite a Summery look, and I thought i’d keep my hair quite purpley/rich blues this season to stay in tune with the clothes i’m wearing and the general weather around me. I’d left my hair for ages without doing it so the ends were already a really nice faded soft ice blue, which is quite pretty for Winter, and then I worked around it.
It’s really easy to dye your hair at home, I promise. I know it might look hard but with a bit of confidence and practice, it becomes second nature. I do it all using my fingers and just the different tube of dyes, and this time I couldn’t even find my bowl so I just mixed the shades together in my hands! (Using gloves, of course.) Don’t ever be afraid to mix up bold colours (don’t mix brunettes or blondes at home, nooo, I mean primary colours here!) to make your own shades, like I did for my fringe here. Don’t ever be afraid to just try something, too. If it goes wrong it can always be fixed.
I adore the Fudge Paintbox dyes and they come out so vivid without staining my hands, my neck, my ears or my house. I think they are the best ever hair dyes i’ve ever used, and i’ve been using them and nothing else since February this year. I love that I can just keep mixing them up to make new shades, and this new hair is no exception! I think i’ll keep this one for a bit this Winter, I do like the bold blue ombre fade with dash of purple! What do you think? Check the Paintbox dyes out below.