Hey there lovelies!
I was contacted by the PR company for Knight and Wilson, those wonderful hair care people asking me if I fancied a Metallic Rose Gold hair colour. I ummed and ahhh’d for about 5 minutes and decided that I did need a change to my hair colour, after being blonde for over 50 years of my life! Here’s what turned my hair Rose Gold….
This is from Knight and Wilson’s Colour Freedom, Metallic Glory range of semi- permanent and permanent hair dyes which are available at Superdrug, either on the High Street or online. It’s a huge range of gorgeous hair colours which actually take care of your hair during the colouring process.
Okay, so with the Rose Gold permanent hair colour that I’ve used, it’s recommended that it’s put onto pre – lightened bleached white hair. Colour Freedom do have a creme bleach in their range, I’ll leave a link at the end of my post. The Metallic Glory range of colours are “deposit only” colours which means they cannot lighten existing hair colour. It’s a unique professional formula which contains Shea Butter and Argan Oil to protect and nourish also hydrate the hair during colouring.
There are two ways in which to use the hair colour. You can mix the contents in a plastic dish and apply using a brush, or simply mix the colourant tube into the bottle of developer and apply to the hair straight from said bottle. Which is what I did. Or rather what Mark did, yup Mark colours my hair for me every time. It’s so easy to use right from the bottle too. Once the whole of my hair is covered I left it for about 40 minutes then rinsed it off thoroughly until the water ran clear, I then used the sachet of conditioner which smells of apples actually, I left that on my hair for a few minutes before rinsing out, then dried my hair as normal. Because the colourant has the Shea Butter and Argan oil in it my hair dried so soft and silky, and it had an actual shine to it too. The Rose Gold colour is amazing, on me. I was born a blondie with green eyes, and as I got older my hair did become a darker blonde. When my hair started to go grey I just simply used blonde hair colours and had blonde highlights. All these years I’ve been wrong, blonde is too cool for me I have a warmer skin tone and the Rose Gold is perfect for me. I actually love it!
These two photos don’t actually show the full vibrancy of the Rose Gold, in real life it’s much more pink/gold. My hairdresser mentioned to me while she was cutting it last Saturday that there are many shades of pink and gold in my hair she actually asked me if I had a Rose Gold colour on it. She’s a new hairdresser, never met me before! I think that this Metallic Glory Rose Gold hair colour by Knight and Wilson is a big YES from me, and I will be using again. You never know with so many beautiful colours to choose from I might end up with something completely different!
Right now at Superdrug you can save a 1/3 on selected Colour Freedom HERE.
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