Location: Southern California
Beauty is subjective, make it your own!
Working in the Beauty Industry since 2009 doing hair. Passionate about hair, make up and anything creative. Beauty is subjective, make it your own!
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FAQI recently dyed my hair dark again after two years of red, but I am keeping what I used to color my hair red listed!
1. What hair color do you use?
I like to change up my hair color routine a lot, but lately my favorite combination is: Goldwell Topchic permanent hair color in 6VV; for my base color. To really play up the red I use Manic Panic in Vampire Red.
2. How do you help maintain your color/is it difficult?
Yes, red hair color requires A LOT of maintenance, but it's totally worth it. I usually dye my roots using Goldwell Trophics in 6VV every 4 to 6 weeks. I refresh the color every 2 weeks using Manic Panic in Vampire Red.
3. Did you have to bleach/lighten your hair first?
YES, I did have to lighten my hair prior to the red. My hair was pitch black, and I went to have it professionally lightened in a salon; as it is a lot of work and may be difficult to do on my own.
4. Do you color your own hair?
YES, I always do my own hair. I don't have to lighten my roots every time I retouch my hair. I just use a high lift color, with a violet base. I like more of a dark red, with some magenta. I am a licensed professional, and I would recommend going to a professional first before trying anything, especially when using any type of lightener!
5. What type of foundation do you use?
I was using Sue Devitt's Triple C-Weed Whipped Foundation (Oil Free) in Tanami for about 1 year. It cost me about $46.00 every 3 months for 1 0z. of product. Now, it's totally worth it, but it soon became an expense I could do without. I recently found a new foundation I really love called Nearly Naked by Revlon in 100 Shell. This costs about $9.00 per 1 oz. You do the math! It lasts, and has a beautiful dewy finish! I really recommend anyone try this!
6. What is your favorite brand(s) of make up?
I love almost anything, but right now I'm loving Kat Von D and Urban Decay. I just can't get enough!
So far this is all I have for now, but stay tuned!