Anonymous said: Hey, i dyed my hair red atleast 2 years ago and I have tried everything to get rid of it. I have dyed it multiple times dark brown, but there always remains an ashy, gingery colour. My hair is damaged from all the colouring, do you know any good treatments for split, damaged hair and could you help me on how i could keep my hair dark?
Yeah some good hair treatments are moroccanoil (20$-40$) keratin complex (20$-40$) rusk deep shine oil (15-30$) chi silk infusion (12$-40$) bio silk (12-30$) it’s a 10 (10-25$) enjoy oils (30$) uniq one (15$) system 911 (12-20$) redken diamond oil (36$)
And as for your hair problem id say go get it professionally done so they can better judge on what kind of color to use
Anonymous said: I want to dip dye my hair but was thinking of doing it myself as I can't afford to go to a salon. I was thinking of bleaching my ends first as my hair is dark brown and then adding the colour... Any tips?
When you bleach the ends use foils, it’ll help retain the heat and keep the process cleaner. Have a friend help you also
mickymeowse said: Hihi so I dyed my hair red at the end of June and it's faded to the bleach colour almost (orangish cuz I have auburn hair naturally so it bleached to orange), would it be okay to dye it blue or would the colour not work? I kinda want a lighterish blue so I'm not sure how it would turn out /.\
It sounds like your hair might be a little too dark for blue, I would bleach it again, but only use a 20 volume with it and watch it carefully. Also I suggest pravana blue and use sulfate free shampoo!
Anonymous said: I bleached already dyed hair and it didn't come out how i liked so i dyed it black (i know box dye is bad but i was desperate) and a few months later my hair is faded to dark brown, would it be ok to bleach it myself or go to a hair dresser? thanks :)
I think you should go to a hair dresser, it seems as if your hair didn’t really do what you wanted the first time. When you go to the hair dresser make sure you mention what box dye you used (she won’t judge you.) but it’s important for us to know what’s on your hair because it can effect what hair color and products we can use on you and how your hair is going to come out.