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... brass, this has not happened to me with this color. I think anyone with darker hair who tries to lighten several levels without using peroxide may get a little brassy, so I just change the color little by little. ... (12 replies)
... ammonia or peroxide color or a regular hair coloring box with both or one of those in it. ... (12 replies)
... ammonia or peroxide color or a regular hair coloring box with both or one of those in it. ... (12 replies)

... Nothing will completely take it away but what helps a TINY bit is a purple shampoo and conditioner. I like Nexus Simply Silver. It's for brassiness...any color. I also tried and liked Biolage a's purple. These are both sold at Ulta or salons. (1 replies)
... Hello , I was wondering if someone could give me some advice about brassy hair, I color my hair a light to med brown and it is to brassy , Can i use a Toner or something on it . Do you use them on brown hair? ... (1 replies)
... Agreed! With any darker hair color, you will need BLEACH, not dye, if you are going for a light blonde color. I was able to get my naturally medium brown hair a golden blonde one time at a particular salon with dye, but every other time, they have used bleach. ... (4 replies)
Hair Disaster!
Oct 28, 2004
... Wow! Sounds like you do have a bit of a hair dilemma going on. What shade were you trying to get the highlights in the first place? ... (3 replies)
... I love Feria hair coloring. I can't believe how much healthier and more managable my hair is after coloring with this product. And the shine... is awesome. I have dark brown hair and use a color called Brazilian Brown. ... (2 replies)
... Yes, one of the posters is right, if your hair is bleached it's going to be much darker than the box. ... (5 replies)
... brown hair can take a bleaching or two to get thru the gold. It all depends on your undertones, etc. ... (21 replies)
... In. I haven't used it personally but a lot of my friends said it made their hair brassy or damaged it. DID lighten it.. but they said it wasn't worth it for the damage it did. My brother used a Loreal kit. ... (3 replies)
... you..I wanted to add about the Baking Soda..I have been using this method for years too! It is great at getting out all the crap I put in my hair. I have light brown hair with lots of blonde hilights and it has not stripped my hair. ... (21 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 been bleaching my hair blonde myself for about 15 years now. i used to use a prodect called ultra blue that worked wonderfully, i have naturally very dark brown hair so its hard to find a product that can actually get it blonde enough with out coming out barbie yellow. ... (5 replies)
... Most people I know that try to go blonde or do blonde highlights on even medium brown hair aren't too successful and get orangey color. I've never had this happen at a salon EVER and the color always comes out good. ... (12 replies)
... I have light to dark brown hair. ... (4 replies)
... Because under them, there was a brassy brown....will it fade to that or just lighter than what it is? ... (6 replies)
... If your brassy blonde color is due to bleaching, you might get more of a medium brown color. When hair has bleach in it, it often soaks up the color a lot and might turn out darker than you expected. ... (1 replies)
... My hair is lighter brown and I have blond highlights. I got them redone and some spots are brassy! ... (17 replies)
... About 5 months ago i had my sister's friend who is in beauty school dye my hair and high light it. ... (3 replies)

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