Can I have a pink highlight put in my hair?

(10 Posts)
Nearlyhadenough Fri 22-Jul-16 08:20:56

Don't know why! Want something different and can't usually have unnatural colours as I work in a school.

Have a wedding tomorrow and not back to work for just over 6 weeks.

BigGreenOlives Fri 22-Jul-16 08:22:01

Yes but they'll have to bleach the hair where you want it first & it won't last long (which won't matter).

mum2Bomg Fri 22-Jul-16 08:24:49

Do it! My sister accidentally had some pink hair dye splashed on her head at a party (don't ask!!!) and it looked great. Washed out in about 5 weeks smile

MiddleClassProblem Fri 22-Jul-16 08:24:54

Yeah, read colours leak when washing so just don't use a white towel after or lie on anything pale until it's dry. If it's still lingering at the end of summer you can dye over it. There is a newish colour system some salons have that don't require bleach but they only last a couple of weeks at best

Nearlyhadenough Fri 22-Jul-16 08:33:21

Thanks all! Going to be brave!

MiddleClassProblem Fri 22-Jul-16 09:18:53

If you hate it, you can dye it right away x

Mouikey Fri 22-Jul-16 09:48:13

Do it! and if it needs bleaching, then as the pink fades you get a nice coppery tone (depending on your starting colour). Maybe have a 'veil' that sits under a layer so as you swish your hair you see it, but you can also cover it if you want to! Can I come with you?

Nearlyhadenough Fri 22-Jul-16 17:19:25

Mouikey - that's exactly what I have - and I love it!!

Thanks for the encouragement!

Ellioru Fri 22-Jul-16 17:23:09

Go for it! I've had teal hair since I was 18 (I'm 23) and have no intention of changing it. A little colour in your hair ain't gonna hurt nobody wink

DraenorQueen Fri 22-Jul-16 17:26:22

Funnily enough, I've been thinking the same and can't do it during term time as I work in a school also. I am currently growing out a bad bleach job from a charlaton hairdresser and am using semi permanent colours only. I've been using Krazy Colours vermillion red for work and it's SO bright, it's great and doesn't damage your hair as no peroxide. Have a look on their website - I fancy a purple for Summer!

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