Tuesday, May 8, 2018

New Summer Hair-color + DIY Flower Headband

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Spring has finally arrived! The temps have been warmer than usual and its beginning to feel more like summer. It's time to start thinking about my summer outfits, summer hairstyles, summer everything!

a box of hair dye next to flowers





One summer look I'm excited to try is a fresh summer hair color. It's been a while since I colored my hair so I'm due for an update.



Coloring my hair is something I've always enjoyed doing at home and I love letting the world see my newest look. I always get lots of compliments when I have a fresh hair color. 










I headed to Walmart to pick out a new summer shade from 
Schwarzkopf® Keratin Color line. 




a box of hair dye on a white table next to pink flowers



I chose Schwarzkopf® Keratin Color in Ruby Noir because want to stay red. This time, I decided to try the Schwarzkopf® Keratin Color with K-BOND PLEX™. Its has salon inspired anti-breakage technology that repairs the inner hair structure for strong and healthy looking hair. I know I'll get a professional quality hair color at home that is easy to use and gives me color that lasts.


K-BOND PLEX™  also has a pre-color serum that conditions the hair before you dye it so there's less hair breakage. I especially like the intense color choices they offer. Plus, it has 100% grey coverage to get rid of those pesky grey hairs I'm beginning to see. 




a box of hair dye and it's contents on a table






Before


Ruby Noir hair dye results on a black woman


After


My hair is much darker than before. It's almost black but with a tint of red to it. It's shiny and feels soft, not stripped or dry.



Now it's time for me to play with a few new hairstyles for my freshly colored hair. I decided to make a pretty flower headband that will look great this spring and summer. Take a look below for directions on how to make one for yourself!





Style an Easy Summer Updo with a DIY Flower Headband





supplies to make your own flower headband



You will need:

A glue gun & glue sticks
Scissors
Artificial flower bunch
Headband







Directions:


1. Cut flowers at the base. Arrange flowers on the headband so you get a feel for where you need to glue them.

2. Next, apply glue to the back of the flower with the glue gun.

3. Then, press flower onto headband for a few seconds. Let it dry for several hours.






I can't wait to rock this fun summer updo!




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Have you tried Schwarzkopf hair color yet? What hairstyles are you planning to wear this Summer?


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14 comments

  1. The color is nice, nice change for the warmer weather!
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    1. Thank you. I like the red tint to it.

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  2. Cute headband. My daughter has been begging me to make her one. Love the color too. I can't decide if I want to go reddish or blondish for summer.

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  3. I use henna when I want to color my hair but may give this a try.Thanks for sharing!

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  4. Love the hair change for summer ☺️
    My hair is so dry I’m always scare to dye it.

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  5. I love to color my hair at home too. Saves me money and I can pay attention to the grey hairs around my edges.
    Beautiful headband!

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  6. Great hair color on you! That headband is so cute!

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  7. Great hairband! I love that you made it yourself.

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  8. This is such a cute headband. This would look great for festival season!

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  9. I use to rock a red color in my hair. I need to pick a new one. I think I like copper. Love the head flower headband too.

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  10. Pretty color! I used to have a red-ish color in my hair, now I am black but I like the highlights of red! Very pretty!

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  11. I love how your hair color matches your shirt. It looks like you are embracing your beautiful curls.

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  12. I just colored my hair recently. It had been years. Now I just want to experiment!

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  13. That headband you made Stacie, is so cute and I love how soft the Schwarzkopf made your curls! Too often colors make my curls look dried out, yours are soft, shiny! #PRP

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