Woman's Blond Hair Turns Pink After Using Bath Bomb
Wed, April 21, 2021

Woman's Blond Hair Turns Pink After Using Bath Bomb

 

A 19-year-old woman from Leeds, a city in Yorkshire, England, found her hair dyed pink after using a Lush bath bomb. Unfortunately, she could not “get the color out,” reported Natalie Morris of the UK’s highest-circulating newspaper Metro. The woman, who goes by the name Gabbi, used a “Luxury Lush Pud” for a relaxing soak in the tub.

Once she finished her bath and blowdried her hair, that’s when she noticed that her locks had become rose pink. A day prior to the incident, Gabbie spent £60 ($76.91) to have her tresses colored blond.

 

Photo Credit: Jam Press (via Metro)

 

“I got out of the bath and went to dry my hair when I realized it had rose tinges. I started to blow dry my hair and realized my hair was peach with pink and purple tones. The color won’t come out,” Gabbie narrated. She was told to let the color fade out naturally and that if she tried using Head and Shoulders and Fairy Liquid it could affect her bleached hair. Gabbie is currently stuck with her new pastel look. 

 

Photo Credit: Jam Press (via Metro)

 

She has reached out to Lush via email and complained. In reply, she was offered a bottle of shampoo to remove the color. However, Lush’s customer service told her that she should not have gotten into the tub while the bath bomb was “still fizzing.” According to Gabbie, Lush’s accusation “is completely untrue.” 

She added, “They also asked for my receipts before they would help me and I had to prove I’d purchased it.” The bath bomb is part of Lush’s special Christmas collection described as “a perfectly pink with colorful spots,” explained Harriet Johnston of British daily middle-market newspaper Daily Mail.

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