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... Oh I know how highlights can be so expensive! I'm a brunette that went blonde from lots of highlights and it just got too expensive for me. ... (6 replies)
... I use, and really like, Clairol Natural Instincts. Only trouble is, it washes out of my hair much faster than the 28 shampoos the box claims. Usually, it will look good for about 4 weeks. It's nice because you don't have the roots and "divider line" that you have with perm. hair color. ... (2 replies)
... I've been coloring my hair for years now and I've usually done it at a salon because of foils and stuff like that, but it's gotten too expernsive. ... (6 replies)

... months, when my roots would start to show. Sometimes I'd go longer because the roots looked pretty natural, not noticeable as much as when I get highlights. The box says for coloring regrowth, to apply at the roots FIRST, then about halfway through, apply color to the ends. ... (12 replies)
Coloring in a box
Feb 19, 2006
... home dyes but only one highlighting kit. I used Feria, and HATED it! It made my hair dry and the color came out wrong. ... (17 replies)
Coloring gray hair
Oct 18, 2006
... One good thing about color, you can aways go a bit darker if you are too light, but it's harder to lighten up once you are too dark. ... (5 replies)
... about 8 days ago and my hair came out brown but in the sun or in any light it gleams in carmel. I hate carmel or anything red in my hair and I am let down. Although the color doesn't look real bad, it has some good qualities. ... (2 replies)
... perm color in just one shade lighter than your natural hair, using WARM tones, like chestnut, would give you a more shiny look, and add some sparkle. ... (4 replies)
... There are some haircolors that are "high lift". If you're worried about there being too much red, etc, that is what you want. And the ash undertones. You need to look at the number on the developer that is used. ... (6 replies)
... ammonia or peroxide color or a regular hair coloring box with both or one of those in it. ... (12 replies)
... that we're dark with grey hairs...It was time consuming and expensive! One time, she left me too long under the dryer and I came out too light. ... (7 replies)
Hair Dying Help
Jun 5, 2005
... brown hair and wanted to try blonde hair out for a while. I got a box of L'Oreal extreme blonde hair dye and then used a shade of "dark natural ash blonde." It came out looking really good. You can't tell that I did it myself. ... (7 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)
... 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)
... I have used the box kind from drugstores and they have worked well for me, but they fade on me when I'm dying my hair darker. My hairstylist told me most store kinds have a 20 volume and you can get 30 volume at Sally's and that they wouldn't fade as much. ... (3 replies)
... on the box that you can call and ask for advice. You have to remember that hair dyes are made in batches so some may be a little different from the last. ... (2 replies)




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