This is a series of videos in collaboration with Celeste from Becoming Beautiful where we try different styles on her. This particular one we were testing whether Illamasqua pigments would work as well on Dark hair as they do in blonde.

You can see it on my blonde hair in this post:

See the full post here for more information: TBA

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Welcome to another episode of Styling Celeste where I try out random hairstyles on my unwitting victim. lovely friend Celeste.
Today’s we’re playing with Illamasqua Cream Pigment in her hair.
So a while ago I wrote a post on how you could use the Illamasqua Cream Pigment in your hair as temporary colour.
I got a bunch of comments asking whether it would work with dark hair.
Let’s find out.
All you need to do is section your hair and paint it on.
You can use a brush, fingers or whatever.
I’m using Illamasqua Cream Pigment in Dab which is a nice pastel purple.
Don’t forget to do the back side of the hair too.
Let it dry for around 10 minutes so it doesn’t come off on your fingers.
Give it a quick spray with dry shampoo to seal it in then style as normal.
We used the straightener a bit too soon because I was impatient and some of the pigment came off.
Wait longer!
Knowing this works on dark hair means there are so many more fun options to try.
Let me know how you guys go!
I hope this was a useful video, please check out the blog post linked in the description for more information and tutorials.
Thanks so much for watching.

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