ON NATURAL HAIR WITHOUT PRE-BLEACHING
Our dyehard Barb wrtes us: “I just wanted to say how much I love Manic Panic and to send you guys some pics. I used Manic Panic Vampire Red yesterday, and I just took some pics this morning. I put Vampire Red over my long, dark brown hair (no pre-bleaching) and left it on for about 1-1/2 hours. I applied heat for 45 minutes. I rinsed with cool water and did a final rinse with a vinegar and water mixture. My final result blew me away! I am super happy with my results. I’m hooked! Awesome product!”
These before and after photos show what a great result you can get on natural brown hair!
my rainbow ombre hair c:
and if you’re not sure about someone’s gender pronouns, just ask! respectfully, of course. (✿◠‿◠)
(e.g. “what are your preferred pronouns?”)
The last “main benefit” sold me. Priorities
Hokay, 2007. 18 Still.
I decided I wanted black and white hair… it was a panda thing.
NONE THE LESS!
I just used normal black box dye (still the Garnier).
And then I just toned the blonde in my hair with my toner mix that I spoke about in the last post.
I’m also wearing my FIRST SET OF EXTENSIONS. I was so over the moon about these, these were still a relatively new-ish concept to me.
I’d had short hair for so long that I forgot how fun long hair was. So this was, for me personally, pretty rad for the first time owning them.
I have no idea what brand. They’re some over priced synthetic brand that were supplied at Hair House Warehouse back then.
Have you noticed the black panduh’eyez getting more and more subtle as the years go on? haha.
And lines for eyebrows. I liked them, back then. But I do prefer the ones I have now… lol
Tad OCD about them these days .____.”
BUT THIS IS NOT ABOUT EYEBROWS.
I am getting off topic.
In conclusion, I changed my hair back to pink, black and white about a week later after this picture. Hawhawhaw.