Bleach London Rosé Super Cool Colour hair dye


Bleach London Super Cool Colours, £5
available from Boots

On a whim last week during a wild Friday night in alone, I decided to reach for the baby pink bottle of hair dye from Bleach London that has been taunting me from my dressing table ever since they sent it to me a month or so ago. I can’t help but fall head over heels for pastel hues and candy floss locks so was excited to give this pretty pink shade a whirl. Bleach London currently have an array of twelve rainbow shades from super-sweet lilac and peach to grungy greens and daring reds! They are non-permanent hair dyes that wash out after 2-10 washes and will vary on intensity depending on your hair colour and how long you leave it to develop. Obviously they work best on blonde hair so Bleach London also offer a DIY bleaching kit to get your locks lightened and ready to go whether you want to dip dye or go for an all over colour.

For £5 you get 150ml which easily will cover thick, medium length hair like mine. In fact I didn’t even use the entire bottle on my hair but having seen the results and the slightly patchy areas, I wish I had used the whole thing! To use this product you simply apply the dye to washed, towel dried hair and leave it on for 15 minutes. The colour of this Rose hair dye is one of the nicest, ‘true’ baby pink shades I have tried and I loved the results. However if/when I do it again I would definitely change a few things to ensure a better, more even colour. Rather than just slap it on (which I was guilty of doing) it is definitely worth dividing your hair into sections and applying the dye root to tip to make sure all areas are covered. I would also make sure I pay special attention to the ends of my hair as these prove tricky to dye and might need a little longer to develop. Oh yes, and wear gloves! But for a first attempt I was pretty impressed with this dye from Bleach London and I think they are a great, fun option if you want to add a pop of pastel to your hair. I would definitely do it again once this one has washed out and have my eye on the loveliest of lilacs – Parma Violets.

Have you tried any of the new colours from Bleach London?

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  1. 16th December 2013 / 11:32 pm

    I think it looks great! I long for my little pony hair, but alas my dark locks are a burden 🙁 brunette problems.

    Imogen – A Rendezvous with You

  2. 16th December 2013 / 11:36 pm

    Love it on you! I tried the awkward peach on my ombre hair but it didn't take properly as my hairs not blonde enough! Love their range of colours though 🙂

  3. 16th December 2013 / 11:41 pm

    looks beautiful!!!!!


  4. 17th December 2013 / 2:28 am

    You look AMAZING! I am so jealous, I hate being brunette as I'd love to use a pretty pastel shade! I love your hair so much.. xxx

  5. 17th December 2013 / 6:57 am

    This makes me wish I still had blonde haur! I've been dying it red for 4 years so unfortunately none of these would work. If I was still blonde I would give one a go. X

  6. 17th December 2013 / 7:26 am

    Oh the color is so pretty, love it! ♥

  7. 17th December 2013 / 9:24 am

    Wow looks great hun x

  8. 17th December 2013 / 10:21 am

    I've really been debating doing this to my hair! It looks awesome so I might have to try it myself 🙂


  9. 17th December 2013 / 10:51 am

    I love your hair pink!

    I came across your blog and love your posts, so now following on Bloglovin. It would be great to follow each other's blogging journey! My latest post is on Schwarzkopf BC Fibre Force Hair treatments and Partners Hair Salon Manchester if you would like to have a read 🙂

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  10. 17th December 2013 / 10:53 am

    I think the Parma Violets shade may have been recalled. There is a recent post on etcllymlrs about these dyes saying how some stain more than others. Before buying another I'd suggest looking at a few reviews.

    Wish I could use them though, my hair is almost black.

  11. 17th December 2013 / 12:52 pm

    This suits you so well!

  12. 17th December 2013 / 6:36 pm

    I had my hair semi permanently ombred orange by L'oreal a few weeks ago (post on my blog) and I am really interested to see how this fades as mine is now a month old and is still showing!

    Cornelia – Ineffable Beauty

  13. 18th December 2013 / 7:46 pm

    Such a great colour on you! love it!

  14. 20th December 2013 / 3:01 pm

    Really sweet and pretty hun 🙂 Like the sugar plum fairy! xx

  15. 5th January 2014 / 1:29 pm

    Wow… that hair colour really suits you,love it!

    Seima x

  16. 5th March 2014 / 6:05 pm

    I love this. I wish I could get it on the US 🙁 I've been looking evertywhere but can't seem to find anywhere that carries bleach london.

    You look great, i love pastel hues <3