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... Ask them for a violet colored shampoo that brightens and takes away the brassiness of blonde hair. ... (15 replies)
... Well well well... :rolleyes: I cant reach that store. is the Clairol Shimmering Light Shampoo good any way? & what do you mean by generic brand? Sorry I dont wanna drive you crazy:eek: :angel: (15 replies)
... It's great for getting the brassy color out of blonde hair!!! Go for the generic. It works great and was recommended to me by my stylist. ... (15 replies)

... My preference for haircolor for myself is either a really beautiful deep brown color or a really bright nice blonde color...and brown didnt work out for me so Im going for blonde.... ... (15 replies)
... ooooot of upkeep. I am also naturally blonde, but mine has darkened over the years as you described. I struggle with that too, because in the summer I am blonde, blonde BLONDE from the sun, but this time of year it wanes and I start to hate it. ... (15 replies)
... when I was younger it was really blonde and has darkened over the years. ... (15 replies)
... lan on doing based on what I told her about my hair, and approximately how much it would cost. I'm actually looking forward to this. I've always wanted to get my hair done professionally with highlights and all that. ... (14 replies)
... air. The lighter that I got was somethingin a packet with blue, the other two were golden which I dont want and purple. Well I guess well see, Oh! and I got born blonde toner in light cool blonde, I thought it would be a good mix between ash and golden. ... (15 replies)
... What's a violet colored shampoo? what are the brands that sell it? (15 replies)
... ill get the color you want and use a toner to get any yellow out of it. My hairstylist recommends for me to use a violet colored shampoo once a week or so for my blonde highlights to keep from getting brassy. I haven't been doing it though! ... (15 replies)
... Hey Elle good luck on your quest for a big change!!1 Dont let your friends sway you,alot of times friends get nervous that you will get your hair done wayyyy different and you will come out and start getting alot of attention adn they get secretly jealous of all your new attention. ... (14 replies)
... a. UGLY! So I panicked and went out and bout one of loreals colors and redid my whole hair, probably drying the heck out of my hair, then I depended on that born blonde toner to fix the goldey yellowness, which it helped my ends too much and didnt help my roots enough, so now I have overtoned ends and still yellowey roots. HELP! ... (15 replies)
... I dye my brown hair platinum myself and I do the roots every 4 or 5 weeks. The color lifts so quickly with the kit I use that it's barely a 15 minute job. ... (15 replies)
... Well, I have tried to dye my hair from blonde to dark brown before and the only advice I have about that is dye it a medium brown color first to make sure its not too dark for you then recolor it again with same color if you like it or make it darker if you want. Either way it will take at least two coats to get it a solid color with storebought stuff. I had blotchy spots... (15 replies)
... Yes, definitely have a pro do it. Going platinum blonde can be a very damaging process. Also, after you have it done use Redken Blonde Glam shampoo. It will keep it from turning brassy over time. ... (15 replies)
... I would not add any more products to your hair yourself to avoid damaging it further. ... (15 replies)
... My daughter has brown hair and used to use Wellite. It seems to be the most effective kit out there for going much lighter without prof help. ... (15 replies)
... Yeah, you're going to have to get it done by a professional. Blonding more than a shade or so at home is a recipie for brassy hair color. ... (15 replies)
... light golden shade blonde for over 10 years. ... (13 replies)
... of my hair underneath untouched because highlighting makes hair brittle, so underneath is thick "virgin" hair that is covered with the highlighted hair, giving volume to the whole head. ... (5 replies)

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