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24 January 2015

Hair Review | Bleach London 'The Big Pink' Hair Colour

Dino's Beauty Diary - Hair Review - Bleach London 'The Big Pink' Hair Colour

Back in November, my lovely other half took me on a romantic week away to Paris. Seeing the time as a perfect opportunity to experiment with my hair due to time off work, I jumped at the chance to give one of the Bleach London non-permanent hair dyes a go. For what feels like forever I've wanted pink tips to my hair, and with that I went for 'The Big Pink.'

The bottle itself is cute, if only a little smaller than I thought it would be. I was torn between using this one, or the 'Rosé' colour - in the end I went for this beauty as I thought it would be a much better, bolder pink. And boy was I right.


Dino's Beauty Diary - Hair Review - Bleach London 'The Big Pink' Hair Colour

The application itself seemed a bit messy to me - but that was probably due to the fact that I left it until last minute and did it in the hotel bathroom in London late at night. And I didn't take any rubber gloves with me (HUGE MISTAKE) so my hands got horrendously stained. And I mean bad - they were bright pink, and no amount of hand wash or scrub could get it off for what felt like forever. That and when I put it on my hair it stained my shoulders too - I'm too messy for my own good.


Dino's Beauty Diary - Hair Review - Bleach London 'The Big Pink' Hair Colour

The mixture itself is a quite thick consistency, which I was surprised with. Normal hair dyes are quite runny in comparison, so with this you need a lot less in my opinion. After the required time I rinsed out the product and blow dried my hair, too eager to see the results. Here are a few photos of the finished result:


Dino's Beauty Diary - Hair Review - Bleach London 'The Big Pink' Hair Colour

Dino's Beauty Diary - Hair Review - Bleach London 'The Big Pink' Hair Colour

Overall I'm so impressed with how bright the colour turned out, and also how long it lasted! Because of how deep in colour it was it lasted at least 8 washes, which I think is well worth the £5.00 price tag. It's also perfect for people like me who want something temporary to spice up their hair, whilst not affecting work standards!

What do you think to Bleach London products? Have you tried any before? Let me know in the comments below!

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