changing colours


With the diet going well, and my energy levels increased I decided I fancied a change, not being able to afford to get my hait dyed at the hairdresser (and not wanting to get it cut just yet, even though it really needs it, as I want a bit more length at the front first) I decided to dye my hair. I’ve been dyeing my own hair on and off since I was about 16. The only rule I  have is that I never lighten my hair myself, but doing redder ot darker is fine.

I chose the Loreal Experte in colour 6.3 Golden Hazelnut (light golden brown), I know that this will give me a more red tone than on the packet as I have a lot of red naturally in my hair but I accounted for this in my choice. Karl prefered a slightly redder colour but I pointed out that the end result will be redder than that so we opted for my choice. Karl is a great help and makes sure that I get even coverage all over.

I hope to have photos of the end result soon, at present I’m waiting for the dye to develop before I wash it off and add the other colour on top.

Fingers crossed!


About Lyndsey-Jane

I love to knit, spin and crochet, usually accompanied by music, a good book or good TV. I have had ME/CFS for 6 years and have been recently diagnosed with a type of inflammatory arthritis.

2 responses »

  1. I hope it comes out the way you want, I’ve never trusted myself to dye my own hair after doing it once as a teenager and it went terribly wrong!

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