In this tutorial, Wengie walks us through how to achieve lovely lilac hair. Wengie has experimented with other colors like pink in past and has been a long time fan of lighter purples.
The dye is temporary and is created by mixing together the colors Pretty Flamingo with Blue Hawaii by Fudge. Starting out with bleached blonde hair, Wengie mixes up her dye. To mix the dye, fill up a bowl with some inexpensive conditioner. The longer your hair, the more hair conditioner you’ll need to squeeze into the bowl. Next, she mixes in the pink and the blue little by little until she achieves the desired color she wants. The benefit of mixing the color yourself allows you choose the perfect shade of purple.
Next, make sure to put on shirt that you don’t mind getting dye on and also put on gloves so you don’t stain your hands during the dying process. The more product you apply, the better because this will ensure you cover your whole head evenly. Leave the product on for thirty mixtures before washing out.
Wengie goes through this process herself so she can share the outcome with viewers. After rinsing and dying her hair, it is easy to see it is indeed a lovely shade of lilac! Wengie follows by giving us her take on the outcome. She does find the color be different on the top and bottom, due to her hair being lighter towards the top than the bottom. A tip to avoid this inconsistency is to make sure that your hair is bleached evenly. Also, the lighter you bleacher your hair, the brighter the color will be. Also, keep in mind that you may like the changing of the colors. In this case, Wengie’s color is still an absolute success!
Given the dye is temporary, it will only last around three washes. This allows you the ability to be courageous with trying out new colors and change-up your color quite often. It is also a bit of fun to watch the color transition and fade into a series of shades.