Firstly the more observant of you will notice that this post is almost 7 months late! In fact I thought my hopes of a follow up were dashed when I accidentally manged to delete all the photographs I had taken for part two. If it wasn't for a reader asking about the follow up, it may have never made it into print!
Now waffling aside, I must make an apology. As the original photographs are lost forever, I have had to scour my facebook page for photographs that were taken around about the time I did the second application and some more recent photographs for you to compare with. These photographs are not the best, but they should help highlight the subtle changes in shade.
I should start by saying that I was thoroughly unimpressed with the second application. My hair was only slightly lighter and despite rinsing for almost an hour, it darkened with time again! I have read varying reviews of colour correctors as a whole, and there are a few that have said that 3 are needed to shift the toughest of colours. I remain skeptical that this is the case, I have considered going for number 3, but I've also considered going back to dyed hair too. Decisions, decisions, decisions.