Lavender Hair // Tinge Pastel Conditioner Tutorial/Review
It may be nearing the end of summer 2017, but that doesn't mean that there isn't still time to do something crazy and fun. For the last several months I've been patiently waiting for this moment, more specifically, the moment that I get to dye my hair for the first time.
I came across Tinge after I had mentioned to my hairstylist, during one of my very boring and very typical appointments, that I've had a secret craving to dye my hair lavender for some time. She told me about Tinge because it's supposedly a non-harmful conditioner that can temporarily dye hair for anywhere between 3-5 washes. Which, is perfect for someone like me who's never done anything elaborate or drastic with their hair before.
Unfortunately for me my job didn't permit unnatural colored hair, so the day right after my last working there the first thing I did was go crazy with this purple product. I'm going to throw this out there right away because it deserves to be said... I am IN LOVE with Tinge Pastel conditioner. In fact, as I sit here writing this all I want to really be doing is admiring it's unicorn, mermaid, purpleness in the mirror.
There's a lot to be said about this amazing product, so instead of writing it all down for you to read, I took it upon myself to film a tutorial/review series to show rather than explain what I'm talking about. To hear a full summary of this product, and to watch the process I used to dye my hair, check out the videos below. Please note, that I filmed these videos only a day or two ago, so the color is still fresh in my hair. But don't fret, as I will be filming more videos of the fading process, so check back soon to see the entire series. Thanks for watching!