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... SO... now that I finally got my hair back to near it's natural color and have seen the roots of my hair, I realize why I always had highlights or dyed it in the first place! It's such a mousy brownish color... haha. Anyway, I'm going to be getting my hair highlighted tomorrow. ... (3 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)
... light golden shade blonde for over 10 years. ... (13 replies)

Roots or foils?
Jun 28, 2009
... So she did a full set of highlights once, which lightented my hair but definitely not nearly enough so I went in a second time and did it again. ... (3 replies)
... e salon was a bit more expensive, but they were truly an artist when it came to my hair color. This comes out so different since they don't wrap up hair in foils or anything and they can see exactly which sections are painted. ... (2 replies)
... Totally didn't make sense to me, but I wasn't going to argue. Anyway, I won't be going back there again, but now I feel like my hair is ruined. It's just fakey blonde looking with dark roots. But I can't go coloring it AGAIN or it is going to fall out!! ... (13 replies)
... inches off my hair which I didnt want, and the highlights came out looking horrible. She used a cap to pull hair through and while it may work for some, it didnt work for me. ... (4 replies)
Going blonde!
Jun 22, 2005
... I've been doing highlights for years. My haircolor is dark brown, and the highlights are caramel colored. After all this time, most of my hair is lighter. ... (19 replies)
... h haircolor has done it's job of lightening and depositing after 45 minutes. shorter time will simply give you a slightly less deposit of color. in the lighter blonde shades there is more lift and alot less deposit of color. ... (6 replies)
... I am guessing by fakey blonde looking it is too light against your darker hair. ... (13 replies)
... My natural hair color is light to medium brown, but I wanted to go blonde so I went to a hair stylist and got full highlights. ... (8 replies)
What to do!
Jul 17, 2008
... They always brighten up your hair color and look beautiful. My advice is to start off with natural ones a few shades lighter than your hair color. ... (2 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)
New Hair Coloring
Jun 25, 2003
... Then they highlight over that with the lighter color. I have also seen some hairdressers add highlights and lowlights at the same time. ... (3 replies)
... blond hair back to my natural brown and my hair was so damaged from the blonde that it turned a really funky shade of red when the hair dresser dyed it. ... (4 replies)
... I agree with all the answers about cool colors. Just don't get anything too golden, since these look best with a golden complexion. The cool colors will go well with your skin. ... (4 replies)
... I would recommend Born Blonde. I used 7th Stage and found it difficult to work with because the bleach is blue so you can't see how your color is lightening and changing. Born Blonde Creme is white so then you will be able to see your hair change. ... (7 replies)
... DONT OVERLAP the color each time. ... (1 replies)
Dry hair.. help!
Dec 27, 2005
... couple of hair questions. First of all.. let me explain how my hair is now. My hair is naturally brown and I have it highlighted to where it is a golden, almost blonde color. I am hoping to get it lighter blonde, but want to make sure its condition is really well so I don't damage it. ... (9 replies)




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