You’re Pinterest looks like your a cartoon character and all of your saved photos are of pastel hair but can’t decide what to do next?
Once you have decided to go pastel it’s then the final choice as to what color
There is no science behind it, it’s more to do with what you like but a few things to keep in mind are.
- Don’t limit your options on first application by going red or violet as they are the hardest to remove.
- Pastel washed out colors are achievable but need to be done on a clean canvas.
- Some colors will grab or hold ridiculously well and others may leave you faster than your first girlfriend.
- Better the condition, better the longevity of color
You have spent a few months semi naked, carefree and braided now your thinking you want a change of scenery on dry land with a new look so what are you going to do?
First things first let’s remove all traces of glitter, it’s a little messy in between the sheets anyway.
Not to mention around the house, that shit just goes everywhere!
Have your last little romp around town with your tail and topless while you can still be considered exotic, as soon as that color changes they will all think your just crazy!
Now what options do you have with the color?
Depending on how much color, how long you have been doing it and the condition of your hair, it’s not an easy question to answer. Most likely your natural color has been lightened so bleaching your hair to remove the pastel should be done with great caution. Remember even if you can not see the blonde it is still there and so is the hair that was dragged through death and back.
Taking it darker is possible but kind of lame considering you are currently a creature from the deep blue. One way would be to let it fade out naturally, we can remove some extra color to help speed up the process. If your totally over it we suggest a slightly deeper color that camouflages the pastel but be warned, no matter how dark you go, you will most likely be shocked!