I am one of those people that dye their hair likes there's no tomorrow, I bleach it until its unrecognizable, I use heated tools to change the style almost every day, and looking back I am so surprised that I still have a head of hair.
The last style attempt completely ruined my hair, I had gone from red, to mermaid colours, then bleached again to a caramel blonde, when I had enough of trying all the colours I dyed it back to black with a permanent dye, sadly after 2 months down the track, the dye started fading, my hair that was supposed to be black was brown to black all over, and redyeing it with a permanent would make it worse.
That's when I found this is Ebony black at my local farmers, I thought because it was a semi permanent it wouldn't be so harsh and it will still get the job done.
Mixing this together was easy, it has a pleasant dye smell which doesn't overpower in my tiny bathroom. Once I applied Vaseline to my hair line, I went in with the dye, starting at the roots and then going from the middle sections all the way to the ends.
I found the formula quite watery, too much product and the dye ran down my forehead. My hair is just past shoulder length and there was still a third left after I had dyed all my hair.
I like how it took a while for the colour to change, so once I was finished covering my hair with dye I could go in with a wet washcloth and wipe away the excess dye.
I wrapped my hair in gladwrap and waited for 30 minutes, then I rinsed it out in the shower and applied the conditioner which smells so good! I left it in the for 10 minutes while I washed myself and shaved my legs.
After letting my hair dry naturally I couldnt believe how shiny my hair looked, my hair looked and felt so smooth and silky. And there was no added damage to the ends of my hair.
I am highly impressed with this dye, and its crazy that its been 2 months and this semi permanent dye has lasted longer than the permanent dye I used before this.