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#BEAUTY| Hair colour restore at home w/ Scott Cornwall

As a box dye girl through and through I'm very welcoming to try new brands, colours and different coverage techniques that are offered.

I got a lovely bit of blogger mail from a brand called Scott Cornwall, it came in such a beautiful box and I was the worst blogger ever and didn't take photos of the box..and if I did I just simply cant find them! Because in all truth I got this package a while ago but I wanted to wait until any other recent dyes I had on my hair had grown out so I could see the results in full effect.
Now I think of it there may be a photo of the box on my blog facebook page *hmm*.


As a brunette I got the chocolate brown colour but I also got a deep red colour if I was feeling like a change! I used the chocolate brown colour of course :)

The dye is not permanent but instead it is a colour restore for faded hair, or I like to think its a colour that can keep your hair looking glossy and coloured in the in-between times of when you have coloured your hair and haven't got around to colouring it again. does that even make sense? you know when its been 3 weeks since you last dyed your hair and you feel its lacking a bit of that colour, you can just pop this on for that extra ommf before you get around to dying your hair fully again!

What I also got in the box was a clarifying treatment and a protein spray. These a both pre - colouring and help to protect the hair from chemicals and to also help give the dye a more even coverage.

The treatment -
I sprayed my hair with the protein spray before I applied any colour.
I then left the colour on for approx. 20 minutes and then washed off.

This is my before photo



As you can see in the after photo, my hair is a bit more vibrant and has more chocolate-y tones to it :) it does for sure feel a lot more softer and glossy and has a fuller coverage which sometimes is hard to achieve with my hair as it is thick and quite long. 

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