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dying my hair yet again

mitchmitch
posted 1 decade 2 months ago
Scared scarey as it sounds its only been a few week since i dyed it red but its not tim to dye it again Very Happy going for a nice rich brown

soon i will be posting pics of me having no hair at all Shocked Rolling Eyes


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HayleyHayley
posted 1 decade 2 months ago
god hun be careful ay? Cuckoo Crazy

AlexAlex Moderator
posted 1 decade 2 months ago
you are brave after the last time Razz

watch how often you dye it hun

mitchmitch
posted 1 decade 2 months ago
LOL,,ill remember to wet my hair this time Embarassed
i only normally dye it every 6 mths or so but wat the heck!! hehe

kelkel
posted 1 decade 2 months ago
it'll be ok hun, i do that all the time. i've been every colour poss Thumbs Up

mitchmitch
posted 1 decade 2 months ago
well i have just rinsed it out an dried it best i can and my roots look brown but the rest still looks red Shocked Scared Confused

HayleyHayley
posted 1 decade 2 months ago
eek can u give it another coat? Crazy

mumof2_jomumof2_jo
posted 1 decade 2 months ago
Scared Your going to end up bald

hipmommahipmomma
posted 1 decade 2 months ago
sorry to be the bearer of bad news but the red pigment is near on impossible to dye over. Even a bleachout wont do the trick. The only way to get rid of red is to have your hair colour drained by the hairdresser. not very good for your hair and very costly!!

mumof2_jomumof2_jo
posted 1 decade 2 months ago

hipmomma said:
sorry to be the bearer of bad news but the red pigment is near on impossible to dye over. Even a bleachout wont do the trick. The only way to get rid of red is to have your hair colour drained by the hairdresser. not very good for your hair and very costly!!


Scared looks like you will be staying red then hun

mitchmitch
posted 1 decade 2 months ago

mumof2_jo said:

hipmomma said:
sorry to be the bearer of bad news but the red pigment is near on impossible to dye over. Even a bleachout wont do the trick. The only way to get rid of red is to have your hair colour drained by the hairdresser. not very good for your hair and very costly!!


Scared looks like you will be staying red then hun



i know the red is hard to get rid of LOL
jo if i go bald i can borrow my mums wigs Shocked Razz to ha my hair stripped by the hair dressers it would cost around 50 quid Shocked

AlexAlex Moderator
posted 1 decade 2 months ago
just leave it hun until the red fades a bit-it fades quite quick and then dye it again then

JOJOJOJO
posted 1 decade 2 months ago
yep doesnt matter how many dyes you put on the hair at the end will be a diffents colour as its old hair,you can either cut the ends of or leave it dont dye it again as it wont solve the problem

angelbabyangelbaby
posted 1 decade 1 month ago
I use JF lazartigue colour emulsion. Its great as its algae/vegetable based, has no amonia or peroxide and gives brilliant results, also safe to use in pregnancy. It coats the hair rather than changing the structure internally which is what chemical dyes do.
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Kelly_CaitKelly_Cait
posted 1 decade 1 month ago
I only dye my hair if its in a salon cause I'll prob mess it up, hehe!

mitchmitch
posted 1 decade 1 month ago
nobody canbe as messy as me at itmes haha the dye made no difference anyways so just going to try my best to leave it

angelmumangelmum
posted 1 decade 1 month ago
Your hair will end up falling out LOL


i think you suiterd the red hun Smile

kimbekimbe
posted 1 decade 1 month ago
i darnt do my blonde streaks my self but if im going fr a soild colour i do it myself its light brown at the min but i want to go really dark brown

kimbekimbe
posted 1 decade 1 month ago
ive died my hair its really dark brown nerly black feel very rock chick LOL can still see a few light bits in it though awww well it looks ok for now

candgsmumcandgsmum
posted 1 decade 1 month ago
My mum once got told when she dyed her hair too dark to use a shampoo like vosene as it strips out the colour alot quicker and it faded enough within a couple of weeks to be dyed over a bit lighter.

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