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... I kind of figured it might fade out to orange. ... (5 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. Then, when I went back to the salon to have the red taken out, they dyed it an ashy tone and my hair picked up all the green! ... (4 replies)
... i had my hair, which although it's normally a dark, bleh blonde, i had been having colored a light red. went to a dark red today, which i'm quite happy with. the only problem i've had is that my stylish colored my eyebrows as well. ... (2 replies)

Ruined my hair?
Nov 17, 2003
... Red dyes fade fast, no matter what dye you use! ... (2 replies)
... the ends are grey and the top is still blonde, even though I applied the dye quite liberally to the top of my head. ... (5 replies)
... wash with any shampoo containing green pigments. For some reason, the chemicals that compose the green colors can help to fade out muddy colors and dyes in general. ... (5 replies)
... I bought some purple Manic Panic dye but that was just to put a streak or two in my hair. My hair is medium brown so I barely saw purple. ... (5 replies)
... and red seems to fade very fast even though I used the L'Oreal Color Vive shampoo and conditioner. Within about a month I'm usually looking more strawberry blonde than red. ... (3 replies)
... Yeah that same exact thing happened to me. I used Feria "Intense Red" hair dye..on the front it has "ultra colour, ultra lasting". would be hair was an awesome bright red, then i noticed everytime i washed my hair..the colour would come out..and now its gone a really cool brownish-red..its a cool colour..but i prefered the bright red. And it was a permanent... (3 replies)
... You can get henna in brown and black shades. It's recommended that people with grey hair do a treatment in red first and then the brown or black. ... (6 replies)
... I've had my hair 'professionally' done once, then decided to dye it myself at home. I think I've tried every product out there! ... (5 replies)
... Okay, now I'm starting to debate over the red and am strongly considering dying my head bright purple instead. ... (5 replies)
Bad dye job
Aug 13, 2007
... out right. You can always talk to the manager but let them know you are waiting to see how much it fades on its own... you can always come in later if it doesn't fade as much as you want. Good luck! ... (6 replies)
... If you have toner for your face, use it on your eyebrows a few times with a facecloth rubbing back and forth, but not scrubbing. Put a bit of moisturiser on the area afterward. If you don't have toner, use a bit of dish washing detergent on a face cloth. Please don't get any in your eyes -- lean forward in the sink with your head a bit downward. Rinse it off with... (2 replies)
... I use the darkest red brown colour and went to my hairdressers yesterday and he said that reds always fade quickest and better go with dark browns. ... (6 replies)
... I also color my hair. I have premature gray hair and have to dye it a medium golden brown. ... (8 replies)
... red when it starts fading, I am a hair dye freak and I love this hair color fomula! ... (2 replies)
... Permanent color actually will fade faster because you are trying to to darker and permanent color lightens before depositing color, causing more porousity, and further damaging to cuticle. ... (4 replies)
... Hey I dye my hair red with lots of high light. Did you ever try that shampoo? ... (5 replies)
... I work at a salon, and I would suggest henna. It's an all natural dye with no chemicals and it doesn't fade. It comes in black, brown and red shades and adds a lot of shine plus it's inexpensive. ... (3 replies)

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