I’ll be coloring my hair today with this Schwarzkopf got2b Silver Metallic shade. The box states that this color is really specifically designed for folks with blonde hair. And…I do not have blonde hair, but I’m hoping that I’m still gonna come out with some form of a gray/white/silver shade anyway. Inside the box is the applicator bottle with a developer lotion, then you’ve got your color cream, and then the after color treatment. I’ve also got my instructions leaflet and then a pair of gloves. This bottle actually has a twist off top, so I won’t be needing scissors today. You can definitely smell this It smells so much like a peroxide, that I have to think it’s kind of harsh on my hair. Which is really why I didn’t Which is really why I didn’t want to bleach it before putting this on. I’d like for this color to end up being light enough that I could possibly put another color on top of it. I would go with a coloring cream though, because I don’t want to damage my hair too much. I’ll leave this on for another 20 minutes And then… It does say that you should wear your gloves when you’re rinsing it out so I’ll make sure I do that. It’s a nice day outside so I’ll probably just rinse this out with the garden hose. It’s worth pointing out that after 20 minutes of development time it has not lightened my hair. I’m not really, sure that this is going to end up being a product that’s successful for folks with dark brown hair. I’m gonna leave it on an additional 15 minutes and see if that makes any difference. Okay, so I have rinsed out and towel dried my hair. That color did not come through at all. Which, I mean… I can’t be upset with the product, because they did say that this is specifically for people with light blonde hair. I paid $17 for that metallic shade on Amazon. So, that’s not cheap (in my opinion) for hair color. I’m not sure if I’m going to try it again. Bleaching my hair first…I really was hoping I wouldn’t have to. I like the idea of having silver hair at my roots, and then coloring it as it gets longer. So this was kind of my first attempt to see how that silver hair would look. This is really my first time ever trying out a hair color that did nothing to my hair. So, there you have it. If your hair is a medium to a dark brown, and you are going for a Silver Metallic shade…if you’re going to be using the got2b Schwarzkopf brand, you definitely need to lighten it first (in my opinion). Hopefully you guys enjoyed this video and you found the information to be helpful. If you did, you can give us a thumbs up, Subscribe to the channel, ring the bell for notifications, and then you’ll be alerted the next time we have a video ready! Thanks for watching. Bye, guys! It clearly states in the package that they are recommending this shade for bleached blonde or light blonde hair.