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... in can DEFINITELY damage your hair. A friend of mine said it took her many years to grow it out of her hair and it made hers look dry and not a pretty shade of blonde. She regretted it! ... (5 replies)
... I'd give the toner a try! Get it done at a salon though since I'm not sure if any work good at home. Almost every time I get my highlights done, they use a toner to make the blonde more golden rather than platinum. ... (3 replies)
... perm it will be much much easier for them to run highlights throughout your entire head and the blonde would lift much easier, making it less damaging to your hair. But either way you're going to damage your hair. Make sure to get a really good conditioner. ... (4 replies)

Going blonde!
Jun 18, 2005
... Starting with highlights is a good idea. You can play around a lot with that before going totally blonde. ... (19 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)
Brown to Blonde?
Jul 23, 2005
... I've heard that you should only dye your hair two or less shades away from your natural color at home. People with medium to dark brown hair are probably going to look better with brunette hair color than they would if they went all the way blonde. ... (16 replies)
... If the product used is exactly the same, then dying ALL of your hair will be more damaging since all of it gets bleached. ... (7 replies)
... permanent dyes, I had so much damage and breakage it was devastating. ... (5 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)
... Go with a color that's lighter than what you want your hair to be. For instance, I use dark blonde to make my hair a light brown color. My hair is naturally a medium reddish brown shade. I sometimes add blonde highlights by using one of those cap highlighting kits. ... (12 replies)
... I have consistently dyed my hair black for the past two years and now want to dye it a light ash blonde with highlights. I know there is a long process to lighten it without damaging your hair, but any advice would be appreciated! ... (2 replies)
... Your new h.d. should know you are unhappy that the hilites she did arent working out for you. Tell her your concerns, about fading, root growth, etc. ... (1 replies)
... I hope that works out for you! Yeah, I think the cap wouldn't give you enough highlights at the roots of your hair and there would be too much dark parts left over... PLUS the one time I got the cap used, it left my roots darker! ... (8 replies)
... You cannot lighten a dark color with color. The only way to go blonde is to bleach, which means removing the pigment from your hair and then toning to the correct color. This requires a salon, in my opinion. ... (12 replies)
Washing hair?
Sep 24, 2006
... My roommate washes her hair EVERY day and always blow dries and flat irons every day as well. Her hair has never been colored though.. but her hair is very healthy. If I straighten mine, I'll skip a day, but when I don't straighten it, I usually wash it every day. ... (8 replies)
... I have to disagree with the box dyes. I've tried them before and all they did was turn my hair orange and it's been like that for years. ... (14 replies)
Hair Lightener
Mar 12, 2006
... It really depends on your natural color and how your hair reacts to bleaching. If you are anything darker than a dark blonde, you do run the risk of orange hair if you use certain at home products. ... (4 replies)
... Ask your stylist to lighten it using color instead of bleach. My hair is one step up from black and I have highlights that are golden color. It does not damage the hair at all, just like if you were to color your hair dark. ... (3 replies)
... If you mean that you arleady have highlights and want to get more layered OVER them, yes you can do that. Just make sure your hair is healthy or it can damage your hair. I have naturally brown hair and actually did that a few months ago.. I would go in and get highlights ever 2 months until I was completely blonde. ... (2 replies)
... I suggest you leave it alone because it will fade on its own with time. But I will also mention that hair color removers are NOT damaging if they do not contain ammonia. Bleaching may damage the hair but removing the color will not. ... (5 replies)

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