|Applied the color rinse
in sections to damp hair
The first thing I didn’t like is that I had to apply the product all over whereas with something more permanent you’re just re-touching the roots after the first application. I just figured I would start with this to see if I liked the color on me. The other thing is that the product rinses out easily with conditioner.
|My hair color the next day…still burgundy
I figured I would try one more time a few weeks later and this time just rinse the color out, apply conditioner in the shower, detangle and leave it at that. I mean, I know Clairol doesn’t think I can shampoo, apply a color rinse and not use conditioner to get my hair back in order do they? Well, apparently I’m the crazy one because the color (after detangling and rinsing the conditioner out with cool water) came out again!
|The product in question
Clairol Beautiful Collection
Semi Permanent Color Rinse
in Darkest Brown
Part of me keeps thinking back to when I told my mom about adding deep conditioning treatments to her routine. The semi-permanent color rinse by Clairol is the very reason why she wouldn’t (or couldn’t). She explained to me that the color kept rinsing out when she tried to deep condition so she stopped…Hmmmm. Well, anyway I can see now that I’m going to end up going with something more permanent next go ’round. Maybe the 2 step Henna/Indigo is the right choice for me after all. To be continued.