gettingby-highandfly asked:

Did you ever dye your hair when it was long?

yes, mostly red. it killed it because i knew nothing about how truly damaging those chemicals were. my hair was ruined. split ends, coarse, frizz, everything wrong with hair was because of how poorly i dyed it. which is why i cut it all off, dyed it a million things, and then gave myself a buzzcut to start fresh.

superamk1 asked:

Well I'm not really crazy about my hair cause it's really thick and gets so curly when it gets longer. I'm envious of people with straight hair so I guess I'd like general tips of what to do with curly hair or how to keep it straight yeah? Also you're a ridiculously attractive person like geez, everyone's beautiful but I think you're super attractive so yeah I'm gonna stop being a nerd so baaaai

hi sorry for the late response. first of all THANKS, secondly i have bad news, i have no advice for you as i had the same hair you do for 20 years and all i wanted was thin straight hair and nothing worked. so i cut it all off. SORRY. try a brazilian blowout, i hear they’re good. just costly.

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chezphoto:

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honestly, the #1 rule to dying your hair is this:

have fun. take chances. nothing is permanent. experiment. it’s supposed to be fun… so make it fun. it’s not like i have an intricate formula and measurements. i just put shit on my head and see what happens.

people ask me to outline step by step by step what i do to get the exact results i did but sometimes i have three glasses of wine and pick a color and do whatever i want. i have no technique…. it’s just fun, do not think so hard about it.

Anonymous asked:

so I know you mix the dye with conditioner to get pastel, but does it matter what sort of conditioner? And does it dilute it so much you can't really tell what color it comes out? Sorry, I'm just trying to go to a sort of lilac color and i'm worried it'll come out gray or something with too much conditioner. Also, uh, with the picture with the sunset thing, when you do the tips a different color do you dye/wash it all together or did you have to do it separate for no mixing? Thanks!!!

it has to be white conditioner. not off-white, or anything else. it doesnt matter the quality, i get the shittiest kind. it’s just for color. it’s like painting. dark purple and white paint will make lilac the more white you put in. it wont turn out grey.

my hair was already seafoam and i just added purple to the tips.

honestly, the #1 rule to dying your hair is this:

have fun. take chances. nothing is permanent. experiment. it’s supposed to be fun… so make it fun. it’s not like i have an intricate formula and measurements. i just put shit on my head and see what happens. people ask me to outline step by step what i do to get the exact results i did but sometimes i have three glasses of wine and pick a color and do whatever i want. i have no technique…. it’s just fun, do not think so hard about it.

Anonymous asked:

I want to bleach/dye my hair but I'm concerned about managing the damage/frizziness afterwards. Does your hair get really frizzy and rough/damaged after you bleach? If so, (or if not too), do you use any kind of product to calm it down or make it softer or whatever?

Yes, it will be horrible and suck. Do argan oil deep conditioning treatments. Myhair is short so I dont feel the brunt of it as bad but if I had long hair I wouldnt bleach it the way I do now because of how horribly the texture changes. It is worth it though, I dunno. Get it trimmed every once in a while.