Hi chubby. I mix up 2 bottles, one of each colour, then to do roots I run one colour through in lines then the other in between those - that's the easy bit. The lengths are harder but try to do something similar. The 2 colours are so close to each other you don't see any strange patchy bits, just a subtle shade difference. Last one I dd was 2 weeks ago and is still looking good and better than block colour. Just don't try and do it with the foam version!
I switched from expensive highlights about a year ago. I now use Nice n Easy in 2 blonde shades 103a and 103b (I literally streak them onto my hair) for a medium blonde. Hate my roots, make me look tired and old!
Hi Advice needed. I usually go to the hair dressers and have blonde highlights. But I now can't really afford it and have terrible roots. Just wondered what home hair dye everyone else uses? It doesn't need to be a highlighting kit, just an all over colour one would be fine- just want to be blonde again ( rather then mousy!) but there are SO many diff makes out there I have no idea where to start.