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... You can go lighter with just color and no bleach, but only a few shades. I am a dark blonde and go bright blonde without bleach. ... (12 replies)
Going blonde!
Jun 18, 2005
... Ack no don't bleach it before you go. If you do it, definitely let the professional do the work. I'm not really the biggest fan of brunettes going blonde. Bleaching is pretty much the harshest thing you can do to your hair... ... (19 replies)
... A professional should definitely be able to match the hair color closely to your natural color. ... (1 replies)

... I think the best thing to do would be to let your bangs grow out. That way you don't have to deal with them anymore. There's no way I'd straighten my hair everyday. ... (4 replies)
Going blonde!
Jun 18, 2005
... All I can tell you is find a REALLY GOOD PROFESSIONAL COLORIST and tell her exactly what you want. I started getting highlights a few years ago and went to a lady everyone else I know goes to. ... (19 replies)
... For a first time double process, I HIGHLY recommend you seek a professional colorist. ... (1 replies)
... permanent, I like the Clairol Natural Instincts. It's easy to use and the colors always come out nice on me. Keep in mind that highlighted hair usually will soak up the color pretty well and you may get darker results than expected, so go with a shade more on the lighter side of what you are looking for. ... (4 replies)
... No household products will remove the color. You NEED professional help to correct this scenerio or you'll just make it worse then end up there anyway. ... (3 replies)
... permanent. What I ended up with was dark brown with strawberry blonde tips. ... (4 replies)
Hair dye?
Aug 4, 2007
... that process can be pretty lengthy and can be tricky. i would recommend having someone that knows how to do it or going to a professional stylist. most of the time, what you will probably have to do is strip the color off to get it the lightest possible shade. ... (5 replies)
... same product, but have a person help you out with the new growth, for you will not be able to see in the back of your head. I take it you like the color and your hair is in good condition. ... (10 replies)
Hair problems
Jul 1, 2005
... g run but you won't be stuck if you don't choose the right shade. You might also want to try calling the 800 number that is often on the box or the websites for hair color companies, they usually have speciallists that can help you. ... (6 replies)
Hair color
Sep 8, 2001
... Your hairstylist may recommend coppery highlights instead on your dark hair...good that you're going to a professional. I have very dark brown hair and I used to have dark blonde highlights... ... (1 replies)
... I have two sons, who over the years have dyed their hair many colors. My yongest son has been jet black for a few years now, and there have been a few attempts to remove the color at home. They have been disasterous! ... (3 replies)
Bleaching my hair
May 12, 2005
... going from brown to blonde at any shade is tough since it strips out the nutrients. you def should go see a professional with that or else you could possible have breakage and end up with hair that is 2 inches long from the scalp. ... (2 replies)
... e. 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. If I were you, I would start out with a temporary color that washes out in 10 or so shampoos to make sure that you like it. ... (5 replies)
... First of all, ignore all the professional makeup tips and experiment for yourself. You don't have to put eyeliner all the way around your eye, for example. ... (12 replies)
Highlights
Apr 7, 2005
... light blonde and got my VERY fine hair chopped off in long layers around my chin and I'm on cloud nine about it! ... (5 replies)
Hair dye....
Oct 28, 2003
... That sounds about right Misery. I also have medium brown hair and attempted to go a darker blonde last summer...needless to say, what a night mare!!! First it turned orange, then finally I got it blonde only to realize that I completely fried my ends!! ... (10 replies)
... because European hair is often greasy and can take a little damage from dyes and product. In fact, theres nothing BETTER for my hair than a little damage!! It open up the hair shaft and makes it coarser and easier to manage. ... (3 replies)




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