I Dyed My Hair With A Permanent Colour!

Oh, girls! Am going gaga with my hair lol.

What happened was I went to AnC mall to glance through the product aisle. In the course of that I picked up two dark and lovely products- a hair dye and a scalp wash.

Since I had taken down my cornrows I decided to wash.
However, the instructions on the dye said "apply on dry hair" and "shampoo after application". Well, I decided then that I can have my cake and eat it. I went over to my stylist who wore the glove that came in the pack. She parted the hair into four and applied the dye, covered with a conditioning cap and I went home to my baby.

After almost an hour, I rinsed the dye out, shampooed with ors hairepair invigorating shampoo[review on my channel www.youtube.com/EmprezzAbena]
Do you see the type of color?

My hair didn't feel dry whatsoever after rinsing out the dye. That is the start of its claim of no dryness- let's see how it goes.
I followed up with a bit of queen Helene cholesterol whilst I showered.

My hair, at this point, felt too soft yet I wasn't concerned because I wanted to know how it would feel after it dried. I'd wanted to rollerset but my stylist wasn't available that's why I air dried.

I applied a new leave in- the African Pride sheabutter leave in[ will share in my product haul post this week], added my sealing oil mix and put the hair into flexi rod. Should I say my hair was moisturized or just extremely soft?

I pray I don't experience anything awful with this dye. I'll have an initial review up for you:).

I'm other news, am so glad I have reached a length where I can do flexi rods.

OK, I used the dark and lovely intensity permanent original black color.
If the flexi sets come out well, I'll update this post and also share on my facebook and instagram pages.


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