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... permanent dye that closely resembles your natural color and dye your hair with that. Try to stay away from permanent dyes since they would damage your hair even more. ... (3 replies)
... When hair is bleached the pigment is removed and must be replaced. Best results would be to add gold, as in light golden brown, to fill. ... (3 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)

... First of all, I want to say that I have a REALLY terrible hair history. It's been every color known to man, color on top of color, bleach on bleach, relaxer on relaxer. I had a friend in Hair School, and I was the guinea pig as a teenager. ... (7 replies)
... So I was just going to find a nice chocolate brunette color dye to match my natural hair color and get rid of the blonde from sun and swimming. Well, my hair also gets a nice chestnut glow when the light hits it, and I really like that. ... (15 replies)
... This may be a strange scenario but I have to ask you guys anyway. I've never got my hair done at a salon before... as in I've never had it dyed professonally. I used to do it myself but I learned from those mistakes. ... (14 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)
... c they carry the whole line of Clariol etc. there. If you pretty much know what you want and how to get there Clariol will have predicatable results and I dont find too damaging. ... (6 replies)
Haircolor Remover
Nov 25, 2006
... it removes natural pigment via the ammonia and peroxide, before depositing the color that you wish to dye your hair. The problem is that over time, your hair becomes more and more porous, because permanent color opens the cuticle and it tends to stay that way. Hence, the dye fades quickly. ... (17 replies)
Haircolor Remover
Nov 14, 2006
... I've been dyeing my hair all sorts of different shades and colors since I was 14. ... (17 replies)
... I've never had damaged hair, but I know how it feels to have short hair. I had waist length hair too and last year I cut it to my shoulders. I have no clue what I was thinking at the time, but I will never do that again!! I was miserable. I couldn't believe I had done that. ... (37 replies)
... when i was in high school, i had long waist length hair that i spiral permed. ... (37 replies)
... I went to my hairdresser today and was not happy with the outcome of my hair. ... (0 replies)
Too soon?
Aug 16, 2005
... How long should you wait before dying hair again? ... (1 replies)




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