Wacky Hair colours!

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Directions Cruelty Free hair colours have NEVER been tested on animals.

I have been colouring my hair for over 23 years and have always liked something "different".
Long ago I was bored with the colours available in chemists and supermarkets. All they seem to sell are variants of brown, red and blonde and that is it. If I tried a chemist shop "black" it would look red within a week.

Then, a few years ago I had La Riche Directions recommended to me and I've never looked back! It is cruelty free and has NEVER been tested on animals.

My hair is naturally dark brown so I have to bleach to get a lighter colour. I use something called "Lite" available from Wilkinsons. It is very cheap as basically it is just hair bleach but without the fancy toners found in Loreal and such like. It does it's job and once I've used it, then used the colour, I condition my hair thoroughly.

I recommend La Riche Directions which comes in a pot (like a tester paint pot). I "paint" it on and wait between 15 and 30 minutes then rinse and I have the most fantastic hair colour I could ever wish to achieve (currently Cerise). The colour is long lasting and the best I have ever bought and SO GOOD I want to recommend it to all ;-)

I purchase this from eBay seller  Punk-in-the-UK at a very competitive price (Currently £2.80).  Have a look They offer postage discounts for multiple purchases. Their service is excellent too.

There is a massive range of 34 shades and I can so far personally recommend Violet, Cerise, Pillarbox Red, Tangerine and Spring Green. I'm gradually working my way through them.

If you like to look different without spending a fortune (and I don't know any salons that have such a fab colour range) Try this out. There's no mixing or messing, you just use the amount you need and save the rest for next time.

I have NEVER been stopped so many times and had such nice comments about my hair colour! Everyone wants to know what it is and where it's from. It is very economical too.

Who wants to be boring brown, mousy or brassy blonde when you could be one of the 30+ funky colours available?


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