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i have tried a couple of the couleur experte dyes.including the macaroon. and when you take your time,the result can be very natural and nice.
i will be re dying my hair on monday (todays saturday). this will give my hair enough time for the natural oils to come through and protect my hair, and most importantly my scalp.
i think the trick is definately to test it on a strand first,to check how long you need to leave it on for,and what colour you will achieve. and then over the strand, test the lightner.
we all know that the colour on the box can drastically varie from person to person.so why take the risk of just piling it onto your whole head before knowing the end result???? take your time and do the test strands!!!!!!!!
when you do the highlights, dont go over the top, you just want to select a few strands around the front top part of the head. and very fine.
go online to watch tips on how to highlight hair at home.i found them very helpful.less is more though,definately!
also i always just snip off the ends of my hair just after dying my hair. usualy dye will damage the hair,this cannot be helped. a quick trim,nothing major,will prevent any damaged ends splitting all the way up the hair and making the hair look dry and damaged. and will give a nice tidy clean look. split ends just make any colour look dull and ugly.