I’ve tried three shades from Colorista, namely Pink, Flamingo Pink and Hot Pink.
The first one was the lightest. My color was bleached and a bit yellow. I colored my hair the following way: I simply spread the dye all over my hair and left it for 40 minutes.
I like the color, it’s pretty nice, though one tube wasn’t enough for my shoulder-length hairstyle. It came off quickly, after 3-4 shampooings.
After two shampoos:
In the end, the dye came off completely, leaving no unpleasant surprises on my hair. My hair didn’t change - neither for the worst or for the best. It’s something to be happy about, I suppose, since such dyes often dry hair out.
After a while, I decided to give this dye one more try. That time, I wanted something bolder. Remember the girl from the Eternal shine of the Spotless Mind? She had colorful hair with natural roots. It looked a bit like a mess, but also unique at the same time. I wanted this. Or I was simply too lazy to dye my roots.
That time, I opted for Hot Pink and Flamingo Pink. I decided to mix them and get something in between.
I just mixed two tubes together and left them on my hair for 40 minutes.Result:
I really liked what I got. The color was vivid and looked awesome under the sun. Also, the dye hasn’t damaged my hair. It turned into this pretty quickly:
In the end, it just disappeared without leaving any spots. I didn’t have to use hair dye removers.
After 3 weeks of regular shampooing:
The bottom line: I can recommend this hair dye for a short period of time and for bleached hair. If you want to try a new look without consequences, this may be a great option. I won’t recommend this dye for regular use, though, as it’s not long lasting and must be refreshed constantly.
It does what it claims, so it’s well-deserved 5 stars.