- What they say is true: life really is too short to have boring hair.
When you work with a group of people whose heads are an ever-changing rainbow of
colors, keeping your hair the same colors for even a short time can start to feel
boring… even if those colors are bright purple and pink!
I got my hands on the
Plumberry Custom Color Kit
at the beginning of March, and by the end of the month I was already itching to change
it up. Not much – maybe a subtle change to start out with, but I definitely
wanted a change. The solution? A little less Plum, a little more Berry. So I stuck with
Extreme Pink and dropped the Vibrant Purple from my conditioning routine for three
weeks. The difference it made was
Here are a few techniques to change up your color combo:
1. Layer light over dark, or vice versa
For a darker result, apply your lighter color first, rinse, and layer the
darker color over it. For lighter results, go dark to light.
2. Change how often you use each color
If you want a look leaning more toward one shade in your Custom Kit, use that color a little
more often. For a bold, warm-toned purple, use Vibrant Purple twice or even three
times for every time you use Extreme Pink. Want to copycat my fuchsia curls instead?
Two or three applications of Extreme Pink to one of Vibrant Purple will give you what