It has been ages since I've dyed my hair so I wanted a new hair color that would be a dramatic change from my dull reddish brown hair. I decided to try the Schwarzkopf hair dye in Cosmic Blue, which basically a blueish black color. It was kind of a risk for me because I've always wanted light hair and this is the complete opposite, but I was willing to give it a try. Black hair is not too bad though, it certainly looks good on Katy Perry, Vanessa Hudgnes, Nicole Scherzinger and many other celebs. And the fact that this hair dye has a blue tint gives it a lot more originality.
So here's the review:
- The color comes out exactly like on the box.
- There is a strong blue hue when in the sunlight.
- Easy to use.
- Very unique color.
- Stains everything.
- Looks plain black indoors.
- Blue slightly fades every time you wash your hair.
Overall the hair dye is amazing. It does exactly what it's supposed to and if you want a blue-black hair color, this is your best option. However I am still struggling to get use to it...I'm feeling a bit blue *da dum tccshh* haha...no? I think it's because my hair has always been lighter than everyone else and now it's darker than everyone else. I'm planning on lightening the ends and adding a light blue ombre to my hair to jazz it up later this summer. The contrast with the dark blue and the light blue would create a cool gradient effect (yes I am obsessed with the color blue).
But Jade Thirwall from Little Mix seems to already have my dream hair...and I don't want copy her swagger. Is it still okay to even use the word 'swagger'.
Speaking of swagger (jagger)...Cher Lloyd has been rocking the blue hair for quite a while.
I really think this blue hair thing should be a trend. I better start adding all kinds of blue to my hair before it becomes too mainstream.
Thanks for reading my review/blue hair preach.