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Oh jeez... people exaggerate way too much sometimes. Firstly, there IS a lot you can do to correct the color and it is not true that once you dye your hair black that it will stay that way forever. Don't try peroxide, it won't do you any good.
There are things you can do AT HOME that will fix this. I suggest you go to your nearest beauty supply store like Sally Beauty and purchase a product called the One 'n' Only Colorfix. This product is not bleach and will not damage your hair. It is designed to remove hair color leaving you with your natural hair color (unless your hair has been bleached). I used this product recently after dyeing my platinum blonde hair to a muddy dark blonde. I hated it and wanted to go back without bleaching. This product removed almost all the color and left me with a pretty beige blonde which is what I was trying to achieve in the first place.
So though this product may not remove ALL of the color that's in your hair, it will lighten your hair significantly so that you can correct it and dye over it with a different shade, or you can leave it as it is if you like it (I did).

So you can either do that or go to a salon and have someone fix it for you... though keep in mind that it may cost up to $250 to correct it at a salon while the product I mentioned costs $14.





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