My First Time: Playing with Joico Color Butters

It’s no doubt that I’m a huge fan of anything and everything pink. If you follow me on Instagram or have read any of my previous blog posts, you can probably tell that pink is basically the color scheme of my life. So, when I was approached to try out Joico’s Color Butters and saw that there was a pink rose temporary dye, I just couldn’t resist trying it out!

First thing’s first: I decided to read up on how to properly dye the ends of my hair all by myself. Since I’m not a hair professional at all, feel free to take a visit to the salon if you want to make sure your hair turns out exactly as pictured.

Since I wanted to go for a more muted colour and the tub of the Pink Colour Butter was pretty vibrant, I mixed in some conditioner with the colour butter to create the look I wanted to go for. Since I mixed it with the Joico K-Pak Color Therapy conditioner, the colour didn’t last as long, but that’s super common when you mix hair dye with another product. If you like the vibrant pink, go for it! It only needs to sit in your hair for 5 minutes and you’re good to go.

After 5 minutes, jump in the shower and rinse off the color butter. Wait till your hair has fully dried to see how the colour turned out! If it’s still too vibrant for you, feel free to do a quick shampoo on your ends until the colour is as desired.

I have to say that I’m so happy with how the colour turned out. I originally wanted to go a bit darker for the fall, but I thought – might as well go pink until it washes out and then change my hair up! If you have blonde hair and are looking to do something fun while the summer temperatures are still lingering, I totally think you should play with some colour too.

With love,


    1. It washed right out, it was amazing!! So happy with how it turned out, but also glad it wasn’t too hard to wash out!



  1. Oh my god! The color came out amazing! Such vibrant and fun colors! Need to try this out! And btw, I loooveee your outfit πŸ™‚

    xo Tina
    IG: @tinasweetheart

  2. The imagery in this post is SO dreamy! Fabulous choice to opt for a dusty pink, it looks beautiful in your hair and YES to the satin skirt, what a lovely piece to have hanging in your wardrobe!

  3. Such a pretty colour. Unfortnuenatly the company I work for wouldn’t allow colours like this as it doesn’t fit with their corporate image but I have a desire that if I ever leave one of the first things I would do is to dye my hair!
    Such a pretty blog, glad I’ve found it! xx

    1. Awe that’s a shame!! At least with temporary colours like these, you could always use them on vacation or something!!



Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.