Bleach London DIY Dip Dye Ombre kit tutorial Beckawoo

Review & Tutorial // Bleach London DIY Dip Dye | Beckawoo

Bleach London DIY Dip Dye Kit | Easy, affordable at-home kit for graduated ombre hair look

Bleach DIY Dip Dye Kit by Bleach London

$19.99
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  • So you all know I re-dyed my ombre a few weeks ago with the BLEACH London Dip Dye Kit and just like everyone else, I was excited about the Super Cool Colours, which also went into stores. When >Rose Super Cool Colour* arrived in the post, I knew I was going to bring back my pink dip dye. I went through a phase a few years ago of loving it and I had it loads of different colours, so I sort of feel 16 again with it.

    In case it had somehow escaped your attention over the last few weeks, cult colourists Bleach London (represent East End!) have launched a long awaited range of at-home fashion hair colours, colour care products and bleaching kits. When I popped along to the launch event, I immediately fell in love with the colour swatches for bright orange Tangerine Dream and the lighter Washed Out Orange. I chatted to one of the stylists about how best to achieve a graduated fade between the two colours – especially given that I’d only just refreshed my hair with my usual Crazy Colours Orange shade. Rather than use the actual colours themselves, we decided that using the Bleach London DIY Dip Dye Kit would achieve something very akin to the look I was going for.

  • I recently re-ombred/balayaged my hair and filmed a demo and tutorial. Hopefully this helps some of you with ombre doubts, I am very happy with the way mine turned out :) -

    I used: Bleach London DIY dip dye kit (available at boots),
    Bleach London platinum white toner (Boots),
    Clairol Nice n'easy Medium brown (Boots),
    Lee Stafford flat iron heat protectant spray,
    Herbal essences moisture conditioner.

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    In case it had somehow escaped your attention over the last few weeks, cult colourists Bleach London (represent East End!) have launched a long awaited range of at-home fashion hair colours, colour care products and bleaching kits. When I popped along to the launch event, I immediately fell in love with the colour swatches for bright orange Tangerine Dream and the lighter Washed Out Orange. I chatted to one of the stylists about how best to achieve a graduated fade between the two colours – especially given that I’d only just refreshed my hair with my usual Crazy Colours Orange shade. Rather than use the actual colours themselves, we decided that using the Bleach London DIY Dip Dye Kit would achieve something very akin to the look I was going for.

  • In case it had somehow escaped your attention over the last few weeks, cult colourists Bleach London (represent East End!) have launched a long awaited range of at-home fashion hair colours, colour care products and bleaching kits. When I popped along to the launch event, I immediately fell in love with the colour swatches for bright orange Tangerine Dream and the lighter Washed Out Orange. I chatted to one of the stylists about how best to achieve a graduated fade between the two colours – especially given that I’d only just refreshed my hair with my usual Crazy Colours Orange shade. Rather than use the actual colours themselves, we decided that using the Bleach London DIY Dip Dye Kit would achieve something very akin to the look I was going for.

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