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TEMPORARY HAIR COLOUR = GREY

Hi guys,
   I would really love to colour my hair. I think about it all the time especially when I'm on Instagram. The only reason I haven't had a dye job is because of fear. Walahi I don't want anything to happen to my precious curls by mistake. I was so glad to find this super cheap temporary hairspray at Blenco the other day.






It doesnt look like much but its a really cool spray. I didn't know how the silver would come out but I must say I love how it looks.


I think its a steal for N350. I must warn you though about the smell. It is terrible. I always spray my hair outside so that the air will diffuse the pungent chemicals in the spray.


 6 shades of gray
All you have to do to get is out is a quick rinse.


Thanks for stopping by,

KimB

Comments

  1. It looks real good! What colour are you going to try out next? Did your hair feel any different after?

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  2. I like these spray dyes, but the one or two times I uses it, I didn't apply it well, and it is extremely drying.

    The Tapered Cut for Natural Hair

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    1. I agree it's drying but I cowash immediately I'm done with the look. This helps eliminate the dryness.

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  3. Oooh it looks good! I saw your ig pic a couldn't figure out how you did it. Do they have other colours as well?

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    1. Thanks doll. I only saw this silver one but I'm hoping that when they restock they'll add other colours.

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  4. It looks so good on you! Would be nice to try out colour. But like you I fear for my hair.

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    1. Thanks dear. The fear is real. Why don't you try out the temporary sprays.

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  5. Its beautiful. I have to stop at Blenco sometime soon.

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  6. Wish I could find something similar at my place.

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  7. This colour is on trend right now! And that hair spray is a temporary solution to the dye itch. Lovely!

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  8. Hello, what you do here is awesome. Keep it up. Do you have any tips on how I can unrelax my hair without necessarily loosing the length???

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    1. I'm sorry Kharis ,you cannot unrelax your hair

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  9. Color aside,your fro' is the truth.

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