So I got a couple of requests to elaborate on my experience with colouring with Palty. I know a lot of girls are hesitant to use their dyes if they don't have dark or asian hair, thinking it won't work for them. Palty have a bit of a reputation of being really strong and bleaching.
First of all, my hair is recovering nicely from the shock and is silky and soft again, thank God! I was so afraid I would have to cut it again. I've been growing it out for quite a while now but the progress is really super slow so I didn't want a huge setback.This is a bit better picture of how it looks now, the light in my bathroom is really yellow so these are more accurate. I personaly don't know where the rumors that it doesn't work for caucasian girls started, I can't say enough good things about it too be honest. My natural colour is blond and my hair is rather typical nordic hair (really fine) and I find that it works great.As I wrote in the last post I used the Milk tea brown this time.
My last colour before this was blonde and I got that with the Palty Golden Bleach.Both times it turned out just the way I wanted, comparing it to the box pictures I think it's quite close and it gave a really eaven result aswell!I would encourage you to try it out if there are any colours you're interested in, they are quite a few of the shades that are hard to get right when trying to explain to a hairdresser and I've been really happy with the results every time, just make sure you do the allergy test first!