Overtone for Brown Hair Review and Giveaway

by - Thursday, February 20, 2020

I bet many of you don't remember the time I had purple hair for about 6 months. If I knew then that I know now, I would do things way differently. In the process, I fried my hair and it took a while to get it to where it used to be. I think hair should be fun and an expression, also, hair grows back! So don't be afraid to shake it up a bit. I got an opportunity to try Overtone's for brown hair line so that brunettes can try color too without all of the damage. Overall, I loved the ease of this product with my hair. The coloring system is easy: just apply to dry hair and wash away with hot water 10-15 minutes later. No extreme bleaching or harsh chemicals. It is a vegan, cruelty-free product too! The smell is almost like the love child of spearmint and rosemary. It's pretty refreshing.
Here are my before and after shots. Of course, my highlights took to it immediately. but the rest of my har has a subtle rose gold color. This shade has a lot of warmth to it, which complimented my olive complexion. Because I previously had highlights to my hair, I diluted the front pieces with a hair mask that I already had on hand. Then after I washed my hair out, I put purple shampoo on my front pieces and washed again to give it more of a pastel look.If you are a blonde, you can easily use their colorless hair treatment to achieve a pastel look. Overtone is a highly pigmented product, so a little goes a loooong way.
If you want to try out out Overtone's Rose Gold for Brown hair - I'm giving one away! All you have to do is:
1. Like this instagram post
2. Tag a friend you'd think also enjoy it
3. BONUS! subscribe to my blog

Giveaway ends February 24th.


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