(Closed) At home highlight kits?

posted 6 years ago in Beauty
Post # 3
225 posts
Helper bee

I personally wouldn’t recommend it.  I do it periodically and about 50% of the time I overexpose a few of the highlights (why do I keep doing it then?  who knows, 6 months later you forget and try again).  It might be better for you though because your hair is lighter.

Post # 5
2065 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: December 2011

I’ve used L’Oreal Couleur Experte a few times and it turned out pretty good. The first time I did it wasn’t the best, but I think it’s just because I rushed it. As long as you plan out exactly what you’re doing and take your time, you should be ok.

Post # 6
4109 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: December 2011

I don’t highlight anymore, but Loreal was always my go-to brand. Worked great. You’re very cute btw!

Post # 9
1042 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: December 2013

It’s a trial and error thing from my experience. My mother highlighted her hair and mine for years before I went natural. Towards the end our results would look better than those most people got at a salon. We found a formula that worked for our hair (L’Oreal la petite frost in champagne), and we did it free hand. They never looked brassy,etc.

The only thing is that every once in a while you have to go  into a professional salon to get lowlights, or make sure you’re only applying the paste to untreated hair, or else it will become too light.

Post # 10
67 posts
Worker bee

If you are going to do it, do it with enough time to fix it if something goes wrong.  I would NOT recommend this for your wedding.

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