Posted July 24, 2019 10:12:38I had been a fan of the color blue since I was a kid, but I was really disappointed to find out I couldn’t dye my dog blonde.
I knew there were other options, but none of them were very good.
So, I went on a quest to find a color I loved, and the results were spectacular.
I went to a beauty supply store and bought two bottles of blue hair dye, one for each color of my dog.
They were both amazing, and I’m happy I did.
As you can see in the photos below, they turned out great.
In the beginning, the dye was only available in one color: light blonde.
But when I added blue, the light blonde dye turned into something I couldn and never wanted to dye again.
My dogs are always the ones who get me into trouble for the choices I make, so it was a great motivator to take the plunge.
What I love about this dye is that it is not harsh or unpleasant.
It is a natural color, so the color is very flattering on the hair.
It doesn’t stain, so my dogs don’t need to wash their hair in it, and it doesn’t smell bad either.
The only downside is that I can’t dye hair for all of my dogs, so I always end up with a different shade of blonde.
However, my other dogs love the color so much that I’m going to continue to buy more.
You can also use this dye to dye the tips of your dog’s ears or the top of their ears, and even for some of the more exotic colors like the Hawaiian and the red coral.
When you’re done with the dye, simply throw it away and get another batch of hair dye.
This is a great way to make sure you don’t make a mistake in your dyeing regimen.
All you need is a few drops of the dye on the bottom of a mug or your hand towel, and some hot water.
There are many other types of hair dyes available, but this is a very natural dye.
If you’re looking for a different option, check out this tutorial on how to make your own natural hair dye at home.
Here are a few more tips to make the most of your new hair dye: For a long-haired dog, this is the easiest dye to apply, because the dye is just water.
It doesn’t require any special technique, and there is no need to soak your dog in the dye for at least 15 minutes.
For long-hair dogs, this color is also easiest to dye because it is very easy to wash off.
This color is more likely to be dyed at night.
Use only a small amount of dye, and if you are washing it for the first time, rinse off with warm water.
For longer-haired dogs, try to use less dye to avoid losing the color.
Be sure to keep your dog safe.
I found that by putting a towel or paper towel over the area the dye will be applied, my dog was able to get the dye out of the dog’s hair quickly.
Keep in mind that the color will take a little while to get fully absorbed into the hair, so use caution if you don�t have a sink with the right size for your dog.
Have fun experimenting with your new color!