L'oreal Preferences Wild Ombre - Review

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For about 2 years now I have wanted to have dip dye/ombre hair and I have finally done it (a little late I know). I decided to use L'orĂ©al preference wild ombres in shade 2 for medium blonde to brown hair. I wasn't totally sure what shade to use because, if you have ever noticed, there is never a recommended shade for gingers (can you class that as racist?). 
I forgot to take pictures of the process so you will just have to use your imagination.
  • Firstly, you must put the lightening powder and lightening cream into bottle 1 and shake lots.
  • Then you put it onto the little brush and brush it evenly onto your hair where you want it
  • Then leave it for up to 45 minutes depending on how light you want it. 
  • Rinse it off and use the special shampoo


  • Before and after shots:
    before
after
the after shot isn't fabulous because my hair is still a little bit wet and it does now look a bit lighter.
I think this picture shows you it a bit better
I totally recommend this product as it's so easy to use and the results are quite good. However if your hair is similar to mine (ginger!!!) then you might want to use the one for darker hair so it shows up a bit better or just leave it on for longer than 45 minutes. I will probably use a lightening shampoo to make it a bit brighter! 
I am really pleased with the results although it did turn my blonde highlights, that I got over a year ago, bright blonde!!! oh well! 
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Comments

  1. ah it looks really nice! great way to have a go at ombre :) x

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  2. this colour is beautiful :)
    it suits you :)

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  3. Finally! A red head who has done ombre! I've been wanting to do it for a long time too but wasn't sure how it would look. Great post :) xx

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    1. You should try it! I recommend using the one for darker hair though to make it brighter because mine is very very subtle! xx

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  4. Is it really easy to use? I'm a bit clumsy and worried how it will turn out!
    Bunny x
    Bunnymunroe.com

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    1. yeah it's fairly easy to use, I just recommend getting someone to help you do it though to make sure it's even xx

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  5. I had my hair dip dyed professionally but am a poor student so am tempted to use this if its any good!
    I love your blog and am definitely following now :)
    Check out mine if you have a spare moment and if you like it, follow back??
    www.lestyle-reste.blogspot.co.uk

    Andrea xxxx

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