It all started with a little girl and a box color.....hair dressers all over the world CRINGE when they hear the words, "Box color." Well, to be honest, I have actually had GREAT experiences with box colors. I have colored my own hair for the greater part of my adult life because every time I go to a hair dresser it either comes out burgundy, jet black or orangy--none of which are cool with me. Boxed hair color works well for me, however, I am not blond. I do not have ANY experience with blond hair color (well, other than this one VERY BAD experience).
Kylie wanted her dirty blonde hair colored with lighter blonde highlights, so her hair would look "cleaner" to put it the way she did. Well, it came out crayola crayon ORANGE. I really do not know what could have gone wrong because ít is not like we were dealing with a reaction to a previous hair color since she had no hair color in her hair. In all probability, it was likely because we did not leave it on long enough. I assume the longer you leave it on, the lighter the hair color would become.
Anyway, in efforts to save $75 dollars on hair color for a 9-year-old, I wound up spending $10 for the box color (hair dressers cringe), AND $75 dollars for them to FIX her hair color. As the kids say these days, "EPIC FAIL!" and in Kylie's wording, "You are fired, and no offense, but I don't want you to ever dye my hair again." You have my word, my dear, little beauty: I will NEVER dye your hair again!
|This is how Kylie left the house to head to the hair salon....head covered with a blanket|
|Oopsie! Sorry about the orange hue...but really, it would have grown out eventually|
|This is her "evil look" as in "You just WAIT until I'm a teenager and you'll see what color I dye my hair|
|All better....happy girl..Her "crowing glory" is restored!|