How to: Ombre your hair/hair extensions

Ombre means a gradient effect, Ombre-ing your means going from dark to light. it could have 3 effects or 2 effects, since i had bleached my hair previously to a golden blonde i decided the ends would be a light blonde.
hair used : Mongolian virgin hair extensions.

products used: mixing bowl /brush, kitchen foil, Jerome Russel bleach and peroxide, herbal essences colour protect shampoo and conditioner.

pour one sachet of bleach in the bowl and pour the whole bottle of peroxide to get a creamy paste

divide the ends with a hair band and apply the mixture evenly on the foil paper and then fold to prevent any mess.

and your done! 

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4 comments on “How to: Ombre your hair/hair extensions

  1. Dodi
    September 11, 2011 at 8:12 am

    im going to ombre my hair very soon… yours looks nice also 🙂

  2. lovely muffin
    September 20, 2011 at 8:51 am

    I think blond it just too much a bit darker would look amazing, but that just me!

    xo,http://lovelymuffin.blogspot.com

  3. Janet Gok-Jan
    September 21, 2011 at 8:35 pm

    I feel to try this out as well, totally loving the outcome! Reminds me of Giuliana Rancic.. I have awarded you something on my page also 🙂

    http://www.missgokjan.blogspot.com

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