Saturday, July 25, 2009

Red hair dye gone wrong?

I have recently dyed my hair red. My natural hair colour is blonde so now that the dye is starting to fade its coming through very clearly, however i have washed my hair frequently in a number of days and i still cant get the dye out. It's only meant to be a 11 wash one.



How can i get the dye out... without redyeing or bleaching. I want my natural hair colour back basically



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Red hair dye gone wrong?

you can't.... if your hair was dyed before u put the temporary dye in. . it could be permanent. it's only semi permanent on virgin hair. . . it says so on the box. your gonna have to bleach it out . . and red is a pain to get out. . . it stays forever



Red hair dye gone wrong?

I think the only way that you'll get rid of it completely is to go to the hairdressers. They should be able to chemically strip your hair of the colour. Apart from that, you'll probably have to wait for it to grow out!



Red hair dye gone wrong?

Go to a beauty supply store (Sally) and get a color remover. it isn't as harsh as bleach and it will take out only the red color. it won't hurt your blond.



Red hair dye gone wrong?

people who have naturally blonde hair, shouldnt dye their hair to be another color. even if it says it is temporary it wont ever fully fade, it will have to grow out.



Red hair dye gone wrong?

hair dye break your hair off you should have use a rainsh it's better . did you wash your hair first and apply it. did you follow directer? you have to follow directer.......



Red hair dye gone wrong?

Light your hair on fire.



Red hair dye gone wrong?

Get a stonger shampoo!



Red hair dye gone wrong?

Get yourself a clarifying shampoo. Back to Basics makes a really good one; so does Herbal Essences. Wash your hair a few times with either product. I read in Self magazine that if you put a clarifying shampoo on dry hair before you wash, you'll be able to start breaking down the residue.



If the clarifier doesn't work, go to a professional and they'll use a solution to help dissolve the dye. Good luck!



Red hair dye gone wrong?

O see, I did the same thing.. except I am a dark brunnette and i wanted to dye it red and it was only suppossed to be semi-permenant - only it stayed in like 6 months! Gotta go to the salon sweetie



Red hair dye gone wrong?

Hi I had this problem when I put a semi permenant dye over my blonde hair, as hair is more porus in more places than others the semi permantants stick to these bits of the hair causing the colour to stay in these places for longer. I tried to bleach mine out and it didnt work as red is as hard to get out of your hair as much as black is.It will fade but you have to be patient as if you are not you will ruin your hair trying to get the dye out of your hair.



I know a girl who dyed her hair with a semi one halloween and all the colour wasnt washed out until february the year after,but she would never think of bleaching it out as she just waited it out and washed it and it eventually faded.



I think sometimes semi dyes last longer than the permenant ones. I recommend using Pantene Ice Shine as any pantene products help to fade hair colour, it did on mine and the colour is nearly out and I only dye it about 2 weeks ago. I would wash your hair at least 3 times everytime you wash it.



So I would defiantly recommend leaving it alone for the time being, as I am now paying the price for having dyed and redyed my hair and bleaching it and dyeing over and over again to sort the mess out.And now Im having to spend a fortune onhair products and trips to the hairdresser to get my hair in shape and its not good.



One hairdresser told me to use a green shampoo and this neutralises the red, It did fade it alot but it still didnt get rid of it. But I only use mine for 2 weeks, so if you use a green shampoo a when you wash your hair then you might see a better result.



So you can redye over it with any hair dye as the red always showed through the only time I went to the hairdressers to get my hair back to blonde was when I had red semi in it and it she tryed to tone it down using a brown and it didnt work and you dont want to be going darker if your hair is naturally blonde.



If you want the best advice have a word at your hairdressers, just to see what there advice is. but I wouldnt let them touch it if they start saying we can do this to it and that too it. Still let it fade out as it will fade eventually. but once hairdressers start touching it you might end up with all different colours in your hair like I did.

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