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... I was bleached very blonde for probably a total of ten minutes haha, but I hated it so much that I had the stylist add a dark red right afterwards. ... (4 replies)
... When hair is bleached the pigment is removed and must be replaced. Best results would be to add gold, as in light golden brown, to fill. ... (3 replies)
... ust color it in the first place. If you are really intent on doing it yourself, buy a product called "porosity control" from a beauty supply and apply it before coloring so that your damaged hair doesn't soak up too much color. ... (5 replies)

... Usually with bleach in your hair, using a box color at home will make your hair darker than it appears on the box, so try a shade lighter than you want. Mine just about always turns darker! ... (5 replies)
... Truthfully not much damages your hair any more than bleaching it. ... (3 replies)
... put a filler in first. I am a dark brunette. I wanted PINK hair and had it bleached out blonde, then did the pink. It only last 2 or 3 washes before it came out. Blue turned green then faded out. ... (3 replies)
Coloring in a box
Feb 21, 2006
... On the box one thinks that gee If I use this my color will look just like this, no not case in most. the box is based on ones natural hair color, you look and see if your hair is med brown the results will be such and such. ... (17 replies)
... please choose a shade somewhat lighter than the color you desire. Your damaged hair is very porous now and even a medium brown color can end up looking very black. ... (12 replies)
Hair extenstions?
Jul 22, 2005
... STAY AWAY FROM EXTENSIONS. okay you see Britney Spears hair cut now? ... (4 replies)
... have you been doing any of the coloring yourself? ... (21 replies)
... You can get henna in brown and black shades. It's recommended that people with grey hair do a treatment in red first and then the brown or black. ... (6 replies)
... ks for all the responses, they are a big help!. I am seriously thinking about doing it on my own now. But here is my specific problem, just to let you know... My hair has been previously bleached blonde, very bleached blonde, I think it was a triple process. ... (9 replies)
Sunsilk
Dec 21, 2006
... Is your hair processed? ... (14 replies)
Haircolor Remover
Nov 25, 2006
... it removes natural pigment via the ammonia and peroxide, before depositing the color that you wish to dye your hair. The problem is that over time, your hair becomes more and more porous, because permanent color opens the cuticle and it tends to stay that way. Hence, the dye fades quickly. ... (17 replies)
... great idea for a thread. sometimes I just want to moan to someone about all the things I hate about myself, but it's just so uncool. here they are: small boobs big flabby rear and thighs stretch marks on butt and upper thighs (uuugh!) a little bit of facial hair (it's easily plucked/bleached but knowing i have it bugs me nontheless) a few old acne scars/some uneven... (65 replies)
... Ash can make hair look green, true, but if you are looking for a cool toned blonde this "cuts" the red. Opposites on the color wheel neutralize. ... (19 replies)




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