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The kit is L'Oreal's Frost and Design Highlights, I got mine in the shade Caramel since it was my first time having this done I didn't want it to be overly dramatic. The kit is around $12 at Walmart, you can also get it from CVS for a little more. The kit contains a highlighting cap, metal hook, gloves, lightening powder, creme developer, plastic mixer, plastic overcap, frosting protective creme, shampoo, toning rinse and of course your directions.
Since my sister has done this to her hair several times before she said she would do mine too. I was really excited to do it, but also really nervous because I didn't know exactly how it was going to turn out. First thing she did was put the cap on my head snugly and began pulling hair through the holes in the cap. Once she got all the strands pulled through, she mixed up the lightening powder, creme developer and the frosting protective cream and put that all over the strands of hair that had been pulled through the cap. Once all that was on she took the plastic overcap and put that over my hair and clipped it so it was secure, all that was left to do was sit and wait.
|Looking Good LOL|
I am totally happy and excited about my results! It did take me a few days to get used to it, because I am so used to all my dark hair and now all of a sudden I have blonde hair!
I did buy some Brass Banisher just in case. I have a lot of reddish tones to my hair and was afraid it would turn orange, but it didn't and I was able to return the product.
Some tips: You can do this process by yourself, but I would recommend either getting someone to do it for you or lend you a hand. I also recommend having some deep conditioner on hand when you do this, because it does make your hair somewhat dry.
I highly recommend this product if you want to change your hair up with out having to go to the salon.
This is something I will do again for sure and I'll probably leave it on my hair for a little longer next time.
Have you tried L'Oreal Frost and Design? If not would you ever? and if you have did you have great results?