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Red tones in hair
Feb 21, 2006
... I don't know if you are willing to go to a salon, but they can put toner in your hair to get the red out of it. ... (2 replies)
... my hair used to be darker as a kid and get pretty red highlights in the summer. Now the sun and chlroine makes it light brown with blonde highlights. ... (15 replies)
... I can tell you from all my years of dying my hair that red is the hardest to get out of your hair. Even if you were to dye it brown over it, the red would still show thru as a highlight type thing. ... (3 replies)

... and it's stripped a lot of the red out of my hair. Every time I wash my hair with it, it gets significantly lighter even though I haven't dyed it in almost a year. ... (23 replies)
... I think it would look good... it usually does on people with lighter skin. I would personally skip the auburn and just get full highlights. But then again that's my personal opinion. ... (2 replies)
... Hi, what color was your hair before the Beyond the Zone? ... (5 replies)
... Not heard of Aveda? ... (8 replies)
I wanna go red!
Mar 20, 2005
... Red also does keep its's color for very long. Since red does not absord well into the hair, it really fades quite fast. However red is still quite difficult to get out of your hair. I myself have always had auburn hair, and had decided i wanted a brighter shade of red .. oopps! ... (20 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)
... I came on here and cried for help, some of you might remember that. Anyway, I ended up just trying to dye it again to get it back to chocolate brown. The second dye hardly changed the color at all, but I thought I could live with it. ... (4 replies)
... I just dyed my hair darker. I naturally have brown hair and kinda pale skin. I kept dying my hair lighter, but this time I wanted something different. There are so many blonde highlighted people out there! It's better to stand out. ... (7 replies)
Red tones in hair
Feb 21, 2006
... I would go and have your hair done by a colorist, if you want to change your color, you will have to remove the color by lifting the colorant off, there is a product for this. ... (2 replies)
... Darkest Brown. turned out bright red! ... (15 replies)
... rst place. My point to you is that if you're going blonde all over then pay the extra cost the first time around because the salon will be putting color on "all" of your hair. ... (6 replies)
... Hair has many colours in it. Black has all colours in it..and when it's lightened even to expresso brown, the peroxide takes out some colour and then deposits new colour into the hair. ... (2 replies)
... No, my hair is not virgin. ... (4 replies)
... I have never gotten my hair highlighted by a pro. I have really dark, dark hair, like Aisan hair. ... (12 replies)
... I dyed my hair like deep almost eggplant red like 3 years ago, and I have the opposite problem as you guys. Yeah, the color fades but I'm still left with a red tint. And no matter what I do, no matter how many times I dye it over with dark brown hair dye, it always fades back to this reddish brown color. ... (18 replies)
... I have color resistant white hair. I have tried many different "permanent" dyes, that covered my white hairs for all of a week, and then washed right out of the whites.. ... (6 replies)
... I've always been able to lighten my hair to a lighter brown at home without any problems. It's usually when you try to go blonde at home that you would end up with the orange. ... (12 replies)

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