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I don't want the chunky highlights - I want them to look as natural as possible.

[COLOR=Magenta]Depends on how light u wanna go with your high lights of course the lighter the more damaging nad yes u can highlight colored hair....use professional products...[/COLOR]

My hair is a dark reddish brown color naturally - I've colored it to a light-med. brown using a dark blonde dye. I'd like sandy blonde highlights. I have a picture... I'm a little afraid because the only time I got highlights professionally done, they turned out very light blonde. They lightened my overall color first and that was also lighter than I wanted. I wanted a light brown color with caramelly highlights. I looked like Dolly Parten! :o This is a different salon though. I trust them a little more - I'm going to be very specific about what I want this time. Thanks for the advice, all. I have another question. I have a product from John Frieda called Sun Streaks. It's a low-peroxide gel that lightens with the heat of the blowdryer. I bought it about a year ago and forgot about it. I tried applying it and sitting in the sun for awhile last summer, but it didn't do anything. My hair is lighter now though, so I wonder if that will make a difference - it says that it's only for med. brown - blonde hair. I wonder if it would be ok to try this, and if it doesn't work out, I'll go ahead with the highlights. Do you think this would be ok? I'm afraid of what all this is going to do to my poor hair!

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