Anyone ever used L'Oreal Hicolor?
I have med/dark brown hair w/ 2 year old faded highlights (but the rest of my hair is virgin). I've had brown hair for all of my life and I want something different. Red is my favorite color but I don't want my hair to be bright fire engine red that looks like your Ronald McDonalds long lost cousin or something xD. I've been looking at the color "Deep Auburn Red" and was wondering if anyone used it? - or L'Oreal Hicolor in general, does it come out looking like it says? Which color developer should I use? 10, 20, or 30?
Detailed answers would be uber awesome thanks ;)
- 7 years agoFavorite Answer
Search YouTube for "L'Oreal Hi Color". I also have medium dark brown hair (that's been dyed red multiple times) but I want to go to back deeper red. I searches YT using those words and dozens of videos popped up showing great results. Most people used 30 volume developer and that's what I'll be using when in do this next week.
- exyLv 44 years ago
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