Weekend Things + Orange Hair Vlog

>> Friday, January 22, 2016

For those of you who are interested in how Overtone color depositing conditioners work, I uploaded a video of when I recently colored my hair orange. So, here’s the deal with the color: It looks rad . . . if you don’t have awful roots like I do (I know I mentioned this the other day). I probably won’t be keeping the color BUT, BUT, BUT -- the products work beautifully and leave my hair shiny and manageable.

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Everything you need to know is in the video, but here’s a rundown of important info:

  • This stuff is color depositing conditioner, NOT hair dye
  • It is made from safe, chemical-free ingredients
  • Works best on light hair. But EXTREME strength will cast color on all hair.
  • Use gloves unless you want colorful hands.
  • This stuff washes out -- without refreshing -- after about 2 weeks.
  • You can blend colors to get a custom result. They even sell kits of custom colors.
  • Applying on dry hair gives the most vibrant result.
This post isn’t sponsored. Here’s where you can find Overtone. Here’s another post I wrote a while back about My Purple Hair. And here’s yet another post I wrote about how to Dye Your Hair with Henna from LUSH.

Interesting stuff:

// How Canada is adopting Finland’s Famous Baby Boxes (via Upworthy) 

// How to do the 5 most popular Bodyweight Moves correctly (via Greatist)

// Love Jessica’s post Fashion Blogging: Game Over because it says so much about what’s wrong with blogging in general today.

// I’m Getting Rid of My Blender, And Here’s Why! (via The Kitchn)

// Spoiler alert: She says all you need is an Immersion Blender + glass jar.

// I have mixed feelings on YHL, but here’s an interesting piece from The New Yorker about if they can ever truly escape the internet.

// Don't have Amazon Prime? I signed up for a FREE 30-Day Trial. And it rocks. Everything 2-day shipping.

// Why are American Women Dying During Childbirth? Freaky read. (via Cosmopolitan)

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