Using just the Vibrant Purple Coloring Conditioner, our model was able to go from honey blonde to a true amethyst. Watch the video to see how it’s done, or view the steps below. (She applied to dry hair for extra saturation, but you can also follow these steps with wet hair in the shower!)
Start at the roots and work your way down the section, grabbing more conditioner as you go — wear gloves if you are worried about staining your hands. Once you’ve reached the ends of the section, start on another section, repeat the same process — starting at the roots. Once you’re done with the bottom section, you can release the clip and work on the top of your head. It’s really important to ensure that your strands are totally saturated. Any unsaturated parts of your hair could be uneven, so be sure to rub your conditioner carefully into all your strands.
If it gets on your skin, don’t worry! You can wipe it off and it’ll be fine (no harsh chemicals here) but if you are worried about staining you can apply vaseline to your hairline beforehand. Let the conditioner sit for up to 15 minutes.
If you find any spots that could use another dose of color, don’t be afraid to repeat the process – some people’s hair is less accepting of pigment than others, and those with virgin or healthy hair may like to do a second round.