May 5, 2017

Arctic Fox : Evolution de la couleur dans le temps + Tuto coloration

Little surprise for the first article of the 2 years of the blog, it’s Mr. Krevette who takes the controls ^^
Recently I show you the evolution over time of Lunar Tides hair dye, and before that, it was with Manic Panic. So for this 3rd crash test it's my husband who’s gonna tell you everything about the brand : Arctic Fox! (Yes it goes faster if we’re both working ^^)

First of all :

You must know that…

+ The color you get on your hair depends on the bleaching you have done beforehand. (Yellow to white)
+ The color reacts according to the nature of the hair itself
+ All semi-permanent hair color (brands) are not equal in terms of quality / pigments
+ Within the same brand, the colors can react differently on your hair (ex: fade more or less quickly)
+ The products you use for your hair can damage the color more or less quickly
+ Use cold water when you wash your hair

You’ll find lots of other tips for your hair colors or bleaching in the “Beauty” tab of the blog (“hair” section) and on my YouTube channel ;-)

That being said (well, written), I now pass the torch to Mr. Krevette ;D *On my side, I go back chilling around*

Hello dear audience, today I stole Darkrevette’s big soft chair to see if it was comfortable. I'm the leader, I'm the leader! Mouhahha mouhhahahha ha haha. Ok, it sounds awfull without sound and image.

Anyway, I'm here to talk about the vegan hair dye, Arctic Fox.
I wasn’t sure what color I wanted to do for the last holidays, so since there was a bottle of Phantom Green left, I chose this green and give it second chance after it wasn’t quite a success on Darkrevette’s purple/bleu/green gradient hair. There is now a large bunch of (vegan) hair dye so it was an opportunity to share my feelings about this brand.

Not tested on animals, I’ve been the guinea pig of mistress Darkrevette. But don’t be afraid, I’ve not suffered too much!

I first bleached my hair, so they were yellow as you will see in the video just below, then I dyed my hair all by myself, but diligently following the advice of Darkrevette.

What’s good with a Mohawk is that it takes less time: 3 minutes in accelerated rate and if you don’t have Flash powers, twenty minutes. So my beauty advice: shave both sides of your head and go for the mohawk. Sorry girls, it will not be that beautiful on you without the beard!

Okay so now that you’ve seen the coloring process and the final result, it’s time to check the the way this ghost green fade over time.
I stopped after six shampoos because I felt it was more than enough to realize the aging of Arctic Fox hair dye.

As you can see, I found the color a bit dull and it left very quickly. Phantom Green is a name that suits it beautifully in fact, because it disappears as quickly as it had appeared. Even if green is not the color that lasts the most.
I soon found myself with yellow burnt corn hair, in just a month. After 6 shampoos, all I had left were greenish ends which after a visit to the hairdresser were ejected.

RHalftone result for this Phantom Green from Arctic Fox.

Luckily, I didn’t make the drawings of this article. I do not really wear a Superman slip over my clothes. I just say it, in case.
But the place being comfortable, I stay here. In this period of presidential election, I take up the mandate of alternative fashion’s professional. The change is now, he had said, right?
So now you have the obligation to leave an illustrated comment of minimum 2756 words with his thesis and his antithesis!
Beware I'll get the addresses of all those who do not follow the rules as said another. Respect my authority.

PS: It will be also me who’d make the next look!
I am hesitating between : trendy with a fur bikini on the beach and unplugged with Steampunk stiletto heels. I look forward to your suggestions.
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