My name is Christine and I am going gray.
If I didn't choose to keep my hair in a pixie, it wouldn't be as noticeable, because it's mostly all around my ears and the back of my neck. But I happen to prefer short hair on myself so the gray really shows. And Sarah is happy to notify me when my grays are showing. She just keeps me informed. :)
Several months back, I bought this:
Well, it was time to color again--Sarah had told me a few times that my grays AND my roots were showing! I'd read some positive reviews about Colorsilk--how their colors are pretty true to the box, it's not as harsh, it covers all the grays--so I decided to pull out my #73 Champagne Blonde and give it a go.
I'm happy that I did.
|I took this shot in the currently-being-remodeled bath. It has the best light.|
My one complaint about Colorsilk? There is only enough of the awesome conditioner for one use. L'Oreal includes a whole tube of conditioner, which usually gets me 4 uses. It would be great if Revlon would increase the amount of conditioner in the package. I'd pay a couple more bucks for it. :)
All-in-all, I think Colorsilk is a great way to color your hair at home, and I will be using it again.
**I should note that my natural color is about a level 7-8 ash blonde (medium-dark). I had previously lightened it with L'Oreal Supreme Blonde in Extra-light Ash Blonde but I wasn't happy with the maintenance (roots & brassiness).**