Post # 1
I’m getting married in a week, today I decided to go and get my eyebrows waxed and on whim decided to get my light blond eyelashes tinted.
We are going on our honeymoon 2 days after we tie the knot so I thought it would be great not to have to worry about mascara on my honeymoon.
The lady does my eye brows then proceeds to cover my eye lashes in a black dye, as she is finishing up she drops the brush on my light blond hair! I’m freaking out because I can’t open my eyes and she is fumbling around and being vauge as to what happened. All of a sudden I smell bleach and she says she’s bleaching the black. I am livid! I drove home as fast as I could and jumped in the shower but my hair is ruined. I had planned on having a side bun and of course the black in on the side facing our ceremony. I could cry, I just hope my hairdresser can fix this.
Why did I do this a week before my wedding? I honestly feel cursed at the moment, I broke my toe on Monday and now this. At this rate I’ll be lucky to make it down the isle.
Post # 3
oh noooooooooo 🙁 Was it just a tiny bit? show a pic
Post # 4
I hope your hairdresser can help you out!! They are magicians sometimes! Or maybe even with styling they could hide the piece in a pretty twist or something.
Did you get your eyebrow and lash services for free?!
Post # 5
I am sooo sorry i hope they can fix this for you… Not to scare you but to prepare you for the worst when i was younget i dyed the bottom half of my hair black… (yes i jumped on that bandwagon) But as a fellow blonde It wouldnt come out i even stripped it and that seemed to only fry my hair I had to wait until the black grew out…
By The Way i hope that the place that did your eyelashes didnt make you pay and is going to pay to fix your hair….
Post # 6
Your hair dresser will be able to fix it or at least cover it up somehow… don’t fret!! that sucks though!!
Post # 7
@sarahtisme: Oh wow. That’s horrible!!! I hope your luck turns around. I’m sure your hair will be fine on your wedding day because they can work some magic on it and all will be well. I surely hope you got your services taken care of for free today, as that is just a HORRIBLE accident to have happen.
Post # 8
Go straight to a hairdress you trust (even if it’s an expensive one) and get them to sort it out for you. With a week to go, I wouldn’t care how much it cost to put right, I’d just get it done! Hope it gets sorted for you 🙂
Post # 9
Arghhhhh. Your hairdresser wil be able to sort it for you, she’ll have some good ideas hun.
At the end of the day…your off to be happily married to the man of your dreams in a wekk, whoooppiiieeeeee!!
Good luck baby xxx
Post # 10
Time for a trip to the fanciest hairdresser in town. I bet there’s some solution we can’t even imagine because it is so fancy.
Post # 11
giiiiiiiiiirl that’s why they always say not to do that kind of stuff so close to your wedding! i agree with everyone else, get thee to a trusted hairdresser!
Post # 12
Aw, don’t panic. I am a Hairstylist, and I’ve dealt with that kind of stuff before. I don’t know how big it was, but most Stylists will know how to work with it. I sure hope you got your eyebrows and lashes free though! Very unprofessional.
Post # 14
Oh no! I had black in my hair once, and it took several hours of stripping and reconditioning (rinse, repeat) but finally it came out- don’t try to do it yourself! My sister ruined her hair trying an at-home stripper!
Post # 15
I didn’t get a picture I was too freaked out to even think about it but I did get it fixed, thank Goodness!
My Mom is a hairdresser and she told me to wash my hair ASAP with dish soap (which is horrible by the way) That seemed to make the black turn a gray brownish tinge. She put a few light blond highlights in this morning in and it’s hardly noticable.
I didn’t paay for the tinting but I could tell that they were shocked that I wasn’t going to pay. The lady was trying to get me to come back this week for some micro dermabrasion, yeah right lol
Thanks ladies for listening to my crisis. lesson learned, don’t do anything drastic or out of the ordinary 7 days before your wedding.