Crushin’ on This Violet Silk Press @voiceofhair

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    1. Jineane Latroy

      I work in a city library. We have a business casual dress code. There are several people with purple hair and one with pink.

    2. Kourtney Brene Williams

      What’s consider a professional setting? Because I work in a corporate office as a technical designer and have purple AND pink hair. Everyday I have someone stop me in the hallway and ask what colors I use.

    3. Aisha Bruce

      Professional means having a profession. It has nothing to do with appearance. It’s all about your attitude and character when dealing with whoever you deal with on a daily basis. Teachers are professional, athletes are professional, lawyers are professional. They all have different ways of dressing in their work environment. Your attitude sucks. I feel sorry for the one who has to deal with you on a daily basis. ?

    4. Sindy Lucas

      Maybe where you work, but not where I work. Where I work and where a lot of people work appearance matters and she wouldn’t cut it based on that alone. Don’t like it? Complain to someone else. And I don’t know one teacher or real professional with purple or pink hair. And you realize you didn’t have to comment on this. You chose to. So chose not to deal with me. Not that I would be deal with anyone like you anyway. And I wouldnt deal with the purplehead monster either. Move on with your life.

    5. Aisha Bruce

      The fact that you called this young lady a monster speaks volumes about you as a human being. Professional? I think not. ??

    6. Jineane Latroy

      Sindy,

      Again, I work for the city in a major Library there is colored hair. Teachers have tattoos and piercings as well. Your concept of professional doesn’t matter if you aren’t doing the hiring.

      Your passion on this subject is far reaching, but you should understand that being right for you doesn’t make it right for the world.

    7. Kourtney Brene Williams

      Honey I work in the fashion industry as a designer for a company who’s clothing is sold world wide so if that’s not professional than I don’t know what is.

    8. Porsha KB Dinkins

      I worked for the state board and they allowed me to express my self freely. I’ve had red hair. I’ve even had rainbow hair. I got most of my negative comments. From ppl in the church

  1. Te'yonna Kossie

    Noooooo! You know how many birds you would have to duck and Dodge bc they want a strand of your hair for their nest ???

  2. Ave Myers

    is this her hair or a weave ? what kind of flat iron and blow out sheen used to straighten it ? the hair is so thick.

  3. Nikki Sampson Robison

    I really can’t wait to see it!!! I think once u have a good routine and what products work for you your going to love it!!!

  4. Doris Marie Jones

    Wow…now that looks good. Didn’t think I would ever like that color but am I wrong…that’s gorgeous!!!

  5. El Prima

    I’m so sick of seeing comments regarding career or work environment on hair pictures. Everyone does not want to b in corporate America. And some ppl own their own businesses or organizations or even stay home while the spouse works. Some ppl actually have the freedom to express their selves as they see fit.

    1. Jenny JackJack

      Well good for those people that can express themselves …. But purple hair won’t for the rest of us that work professional jobs. If you are offended by these type of comments then keep scrolling lol.

  6. Cynthia Myers

    There is no way this is the same pesos with the kinky hair. Also to get your hair that deep violet color you will have to totally bleach your hair then dye it this deep purple color. This is not a regular hair rinse.

    1. Porsha KB Dinkins

      Ma’am natural hair is soft and silky when it’s pressed. Especially with a good conditioning. That’s why it’s called a silk press

    2. Cynthia Myers

      Im not buying it sweet heart. I know what a silk press is ,all I’m saying that is not the same person in the picture.

    1. Donna Ingersoll

      I was wondering the same thing. I wanted violet black hair and was told. I’d have to bleach it first

  7. Michelle Middleton

    Wat is the name of the hair product used on her hair .n where can I buy it .

  8. Mystique Hargrove

    This is gorgeous! I would love to rock this but I’m loving my blue hair for this season….(plus everyone is rocking purple now?….but that press is EVERYTHING)

  9. Mystique Hargrove

    I hate seeing negative reviews about this being “ratchet” & unprofessional though smh but we’re always considered ratchet if we try different styles or fashion while the other is called “iconic/trendy/rebellious/edgy”?but that’s not my business though smh

  10. Gala A. Copez

    I used Adore brand rinse and got this color. It did not last long (I’m a short natural so I wash/rinse my hair multiple times a week), but it works without bleaching. For Dark hair you will have to leave it on for a while but it works. For reds I use Loreal for Dark Hair Red, mixed with 30 proof developer. That is a permanent color. It fades a bit over time to a coppery color because of how often I wash/rinse, but again, no bleach. Loreal is at Sallys. Adore comes in a white bottle and is at most hair stores.

    1. Gala A. Copez

      Oh, and I am a professional in the education field and get compliments daily on my hair color choices. It’s about how you wear it more than the color.

    2. Leannette Vasquez-Davis

      Thanks!! This will help my daughter, she wants to go like a deep burgandy, and someine said use clairol golden blonde for blk women, to lighten, then use a color rinse, the lady at the store said use crimson Red..it was in a white bottle. Her hair is DARK brown/blk.
      Does tht sound right?

    3. Gala A. Copez

      The Loreal comes in a rectangle red and black box. That tube, plus the developer works without going blonde first. Loreal does have a Blonde for Dark hair also that doesn’t use bleach, but the Red + developer is enough to get the color you want. I got burgundy, red, and copper before trying get different shades.

    4. Gala A. Copez

      I left it on my natural hair for about 45-60 mins since it was a rinse to go darker. But I’m not sure what the instructions said to be honest, and I could have gone longer I’m sure. It’s going lighter where you have to really be careful about times and stripping your hair (like reds).

  11. Moca Edwards

    If this is a color you ladies are interested in, why bother using chemical dyes? Just use a strong staining vegetable dye. Especially the purples or reds! I got all my vibrant colors from good old manic panic and despite what everyone says about it, I have had no really complaint about how it lasts. I’ve had my hair this color for the past 2 months.

    1. Moca Edwards

      You don’t have to. It pigments either way. I personally went blond last winter and then decided to color after that. But you don’t have to!

  12. Porsha KB Dinkins

    I can’t post pictures on this post but I will post a picture of me in a professional setting and me expressing myself freely. I wore different color hair. Have tattoos and also a lip piercing and tongue piercing. Just check the dates. I will make this picture public

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