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6th Nov 2008, 16:55   | tags:,,

OJ says:

Is that the shampoo that keeps the shiny platinum hair from turning yellow? It's almost worth bleaching your hair just for the experience of using vivid blue or purple shampoo....

Nice image.

6th Nov 2008, 17:34

beth says:

what is this shampoo?

6th Nov 2008, 17:41

Judo-Jule says:

i use the purple shampoo to give my hair a grey-ish touch. i dont like the fact that it also makes your hands sort of purple though.
the picture shows an "ocaldo-ready mixed poster colour- 568ml" bubble.

6th Nov 2008, 17:42

Judo-Jule says:

beth- its a silver reflex shampoo you can buy in hair salons- it is supposed to take the yellow away from bleeched hair by making it sort of grey. doesnt really work very well but has an amazing purple colour.

6th Nov 2008, 17:43

beth says:

hmm. interesting, i think they tried to sell me something like that when i last went to the hairdressers and i was a bit like "whatever!"

6th Nov 2008, 19:10

OJ says:

Oh far bluer than shampoo then.

Beth, you used to be able to buy these little sahets of wash-in-wash-out hair colour for 99p and the "ash blonde" one was always purple.

I think Aveda still do a blue shampoo. I so wouldn't use it on your hair though....

But I'll shut up, it's a lovely simple nicely focussed shot being polluted with this talk of haircare products.

6th Nov 2008, 23:48

Judo-Jule says:

i always encourage discussions about haircare products. nobody wants to talk about poster paint anyway...

7th Nov 2008, 12:37

OJ says:

If I could actually paint, as you can, I would happily talk about poster paint.

By the way, I thought of you yesterday - my brother and his partner are moving to Berlin (from Hamburg) next year. I'm quite excited for them - and for me. Should be a fun place to visit. Expect tedious questions about places to visit....

7th Nov 2008, 14:44

Judo-Jule says:

to be honest- i have no idea what to do with the paint.

ask me about places in berlin. i am not quite up to date any more though.

7th Nov 2008, 14:48

OJ says:

Right, I shall think of some questions! Where would you want to live if you were to live there now?

Poster paint....not a clue....invite some children around and do finger painting?

7th Nov 2008, 14:55

Judo-Jule says:

I lived in Mitte before moving to london. I love Mitte but you need some luck to find a cheap place there. Still my favourite place. Friedrichshain and Prenzlauer Berg are nice as well. Getting a bit too trendy there though- the young arty crowd is slowly moving away. If your brother is boring and likes to have his peace send him to Charlottenburg. :-)

7th Nov 2008, 15:02

OJ says:

I shall tell him what you said, thank you. No, he's not boring, they're moving to Berlin because it's more interesting (and cheaper I'm sure) than Hamburg. And his partner is from the former-DDR but not Berlin..... I don't know how you now refer to being from the DDR now that it is no longer, by the way. Excuse clunkiness.

7th Nov 2008, 15:12

Judo-Jule says:

you say "ossi" or "wessi" but nobody really asks any more- especially not my generation.

7th Nov 2008, 15:48

OJ says:

I didn't think so. I think it might matter to my sister-in-law-to-be in a cultural heritage sort of way, rather than anything else.

7th Nov 2008, 19:34

swamprose says:

so what do you use if you already have grey/white hair?

another moblog learning experience.

8th Nov 2008, 03:26