Sunday, 7 September 2014

Lavender Hair | Osmo Colour Psycho

I was contacted a couple of weeks back asking if I wanted to try a couple of new hair colours new to the market. By hair product brand Osmo, they have released a bright hair colour set named Colour Psycho, and these really are amazing and bright colours. I was desperate to change my hair colour back to how I see as 'my natural colour', a beautiful lavender pink shade

Colour Psycho are semi-permenanant hair colour creams, similar to the others on the market, apart from their tubes are 150ml and you get a lot more product to work with. The hair dye itself is not as thick as some of it's competitors making it more manageable and easier to work with. A couple of super things about Colour Psycho colours are that you can play with the colours and mix and match to suit your mood; and you can also the colour tamer to create your perfect pastel shade. This I was really excited in trying. 

The packaging is amazing and really eye-catching. If I saw this in a shop I would most likely walk over to this first as it's really intriguing as to what the product is. I do love a good monochrome product, and the stripes and checkerboard are two of my favourite patterns too. The block of colour in the middle shows what colour the hair dye product inside is, so that's all good too. 

I ordered wild fuchsia and wild violet. My original intentions were to use one colour at a time but I gave in and mixed the colours. I put the wild violet in the bowl first when really I should have put the wild fuchsia in first as I wanted a more dusky pink colour. However, because I put the wild violet shade in first, and added the wild fuchsia topped with the colour tamer to make a mid-pastel lavender shade. I absolutely love my new shade, and especially when it washes out it will be a gorgeous shade of pastel lavender too. And because I chose a purple shade, it will neutralise some of the yellow tones I still have in my bleached hair. 

There are several other colours in the collection including wild blue, wild cobalt, wild purple, wild cerise and wild rouge. You can also buy a starter kit which includes sample sizes of each of the colours and a full size colour tamer for you to have a little play about with, to see what your favourite shade is. The hair dyes start from £3.99 and the colour tamer starts from £3.70. 

After having a look on their site for stockist, the most local one in West Yorkshire appears to be Sally's in the centre of Leeds. You can buy online from the Dennis Williams site too, I think they have the best priced products. I definitely think you should all check these out! 

8 comments:

  1. The colour is really nice - it suits you. :)
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  2. Love the colour, it really suits you :)

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  3. Love it really suits you

    Carrieanne x

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    1. I'm slightly addicted to pastel hair colours again x

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  4. Now that colour is gorgeous - i'm not sure how I would look with purple hair but I would like to try!

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    1. You should go for it! I think it would look fab x

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