What do you think?

(8 Posts)
Prettykitty111 Sun 09-Feb-14 19:01:32

I've just tried the new loreal red ombre kit. dP looked like he was going to cry when I asked what he thought and followed up with "looks nice but I think you missed the top if you were going red" god love hi so I've turned to MN. Does it look ok or should I dye over it with brown?

Um ... Have to agree with your DP I'm afraid. Sorry!

MrsLettuce Sun 09-Feb-14 19:25:07

Yes, I'm afraid I have to join the consensus. It's too blocky and the colours don't compliment one another.

TBH it looks like you could do with a good trim as well as a solid colour.

dexter73 Sun 09-Feb-14 19:29:53

I would dye it brown or all red. It looks like you have been growing out the red dye not really ombre. Agree you could do with a trim (so could I tbh!).

Prettykitty111 Sun 09-Feb-14 19:31:09

Ah crap. Ok will go over it with a brown. I really liked the alternative ombre look but guess its not for me.
Yes mrslettuce definately! I was booked in for trim last week but I turned up and my hairdresser had gone to hospital. I don't like the other person they offered me so i came home. Going to book back in when she is back.

MrsLettuce Sun 09-Feb-14 19:35:10

Quite right, never a good idea to compromise with choice of hairdresser wink

Do you have some coconut oil (or almond oil) that you could do an overnight treatment with after the extra dying?

whereisshe Sun 09-Feb-14 19:38:07

I think you need more colour contrast for ombré. Also, don't know if it's just me, but ombré seems to have gone the way of various other no-longer-edgy looks (eg black nail polish) because it's become a bit ubiquitous...

Prettykitty111 Sun 09-Feb-14 19:39:30

Mrslettuce I've been putting Jamaican black castor oil on my scalp and an argon oil on my hair because I went very blonde last year and it ruined my hair hence the need for very regular trims now! I have a fear of new hairdressers since one gave me ginger patchy highlights instead of the light brown and copper ones I'd paid for!

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