DIY Ombré with Bleach London

November 06, 2013

My hair has had a slight ombré for a while but I'd been very tempted by Bleach London for too long and decided it was long enough and in a good enough condition to handle some bleach! 

The Bleach London DIY dipdye is only £7 in Boots so it's considerably cheaper than going to the hairdressers. I've dyed my hair in the past (I've had streaks in my fringe, all red and all blonde) so I was comfortable doing it at home although I did ask my boyfriend to help me out just to make sure it was even!

It was really straightforward to use, applying some of the blending lotion first then the bleach mix and waiting for it to do its' magic. There was loads left over so I decided to be 17 again and put a little bit of blonde (which looks more ginger I guess) in my fringe. 

Now I'm trying to keep myself away from the semi-permanent colours from the Bleach London range. I'm very tempted to add a hint of pink to the ends..

What do you think of ombré hair? Have you tried any Bleach London products?

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  1. I bought the pink dye from Bleach London last week to colour my Ombre - I LOVE it and now I want every colour!

    1. Ooooh! I'm so so tempted to get it! x

  2. I think it looks LOVELY!!! Very tempted to do mine now xx

  3. it goes to show that you don't have to go to a hairdresser! I did my own ombre a few years ago and I found it really easy to do :) x I tried the lloreal ombre kit the second time round, but I found using bleach without a kit gave better results xx

  4. I love ombre, it looks amazing on you x


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