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Re: How To Fade Hair Colour
« Reply #25 on: 18 Aug 11 / 11:01 AM »
I'm desperatly trying to get rid of my directions turquoise out of my hair, but I'll try some of these things to shift it! I've decided to go orange (possibly the most difficult to go after blue!) but I reckon if I try all of these methods one will surely work!
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Re: How To Fade Hair Colour
« Reply #26 on: 19 Aug 11 / 02:01 PM »
Definitely gonna be trying some of these soon.
 

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Re: How To Fade Hair Colour
« Reply #27 on: 24 Aug 11 / 11:49 PM »
Coco Milk helps a lot too. Just apply it on your dry hair, and leave for several hours (1h minimum)rince, and wash your hair. You can do it everyday as a cure, and it also promotes hair growth and is a deep conditionner!

I tried it it works very good.
 

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Re: How To Fade Hair Colour
« Reply #28 on: 25 Aug 11 / 01:47 PM »
Thanks for this
Im going to be on a massive fading job after my sisters birthday party on sat
its already fading but Im getting iimpatient and so want it faded enough to bleach by next week :D
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Re: How To Fade Hair Colour
« Reply #29 on: 20 Sep 11 / 09:07 PM »
I want to try shaving foam, but do I rub it in and wash it out like shampoo or just put it on my hair and leave it for a while?
 

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Re: How To Fade Hair Colour
« Reply #30 on: 20 Sep 11 / 11:25 PM »
i would imagine leave it to sit. but try both and see which works best =) but id be careful with it on your scalp
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Re: How To Fade Hair Colour
« Reply #31 on: 21 Sep 11 / 01:39 AM »
I think moonfairy just lathered it up and left it for a while.
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Re: How To Fade Hair Colour
« Reply #32 on: 25 Sep 11 / 10:12 AM »
If I were to try olive oil, how should it be done?
 

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Re: How To Fade Hair Colour
« Reply #33 on: 25 Sep 11 / 11:57 AM »
I'd just lather it all on to dirty hair, then put a towel over it. You could (its a bit of a faff but works well to keep the oil working) get some hot water and dunk the towel in it, then squeeze out the excess and pop it on your head. When you feel it getting cold again, re-dunk it in the water.
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Re: How To Fade Hair Colour
« Reply #34 on: 25 Sep 11 / 11:58 AM »
Oh then wash out :) I don't know if id use shampoo, maybe a little to get rid of the greasyness.
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Re: How To Fade Hair Colour
« Reply #35 on: 25 Sep 11 / 04:53 PM »
kitty lost mentioned in another post that conditioner is good for getting oil out, so maybe try washing with conditioner instead?
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Re: How To Fade Hair Colour
« Reply #36 on: 25 Sep 11 / 05:44 PM »
Yeah, the advice is spot on! I'd just like to add to apply the olive oil to damp hair as there are some oils that moisturise hair and others that just coat the hair cuticle sealing it. So applying to damp hair can moisturise and seal moisture inside the hair cuticle.
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Re: How To Fade Hair Colour
« Reply #37 on: 25 Sep 11 / 06:12 PM »
Thats great, thanks people! x
 

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Re: How To Fade Hair Colour
« Reply #38 on: 05 Oct 11 / 02:50 AM »
Currently been mixing lemon fairy liquid and head and shoulders anti-dandruff in a bowl, applying to dry hair, leaving in for 5-10 minutes whilst ging a loving head massage, then rinsing and conditioning the hell outta it. Not doing it every wash. Rinsing with really, really hot water.

Only done it twice so far, but results are absolutely amazing. Genuinely can't wait to do it again.
Suuuper noticable change for me. :D It's already seeming to edge on pastel somewhat. ( Well, not really, but compared to the starter colour it might as well be. )

Edit: I took some pictures of my progress!

Compared with my almost platinum blonde streak. [Looks more yellow-ish and bright because of artificial lighting. :< ]


All over hair colour. Pretty even fade, to be honest. I'm real happy with it.
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Re: How To Fade Hair Colour
« Reply #39 on: 25 Oct 11 / 10:25 PM »
thank you it's help me a lot!!
 

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Re: How To Fade Hair Colour
« Reply #40 on: 03 Nov 11 / 11:34 PM »
Remember my worry about hair loss?
I can now literally pull out hair by the dozens with very, very little force.
I did some digging, and found out that not only is it very common to be allergic to the zinc in most anti dandruff shampoos, but tons of people are having major, sometimes irriversable, issues with hair loss from the use of head and shoulders.

If this wasnt so important, I wouldn't have said much, but you've got to understand that people have gone full on bald from the use of this product.

I'll never be using head and shoulders again, and I'm telling absolutely everyone of this horrific news.
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Re: How To Fade Hair Colour
« Reply #41 on: 03 Nov 11 / 11:38 PM »
The selenium in anti-dandruff shampoos can also cause hair loss as I found out in one of my chemistry lectures.
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Re: How To Fade Hair Colour
« Reply #42 on: 06 Nov 11 / 01:32 PM »
I walked into my local lush store and was greeted by a member of staff with AP hair, and she immeadiatly knew i was fading mine out (a bit creepy but hey) She suggested a shampoo called 'I love juicy' by them. Its filled with papaya, pineapple, orange, kiwi, mango and lemon juices. Its meant to be for greasy hair but she said she uses it to fade her hair. I bought a small bottle for around a fiver, lathered, rinsed, lathered rinsed, lathered then left on my head for 5 mins then rinsed. LOOAADSS of colour came out in the water, its taken the neon edge off my AP hair and thats just one use. Plus it smells amazing!
 

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Re: How To Fade Hair Colour
« Reply #43 on: 06 Nov 11 / 07:50 PM »
oh thats soo cool!! what a helpful lady!
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Re: How To Fade Hair Colour
« Reply #44 on: 13 Nov 11 / 12:37 PM »
I recently found out that th shampoo "brilliant brunette" is meant for people who are actually brunette, i used it last week and it took loads of my brown hair dye out, stupid me didnt read the back label, which said it takes pigments out of your hair so that your natural colour is more intense, DERP
Anywhay im trying to sade my ends now so now i know its actually quite useful :)
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Re: How To Fade Hair Colour
« Reply #45 on: 13 Nov 11 / 06:47 PM »
Just used the scott cornwall B4U colour shampoo, took loads of my AP out! :O
 

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Re: How To Fade Hair Colour
« Reply #46 on: 16 Nov 11 / 07:08 PM »
Currently sat with clarifying shampoo on my head, this alpine green/turquoise WILL fade!
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Re: How To Fade Hair Colour
« Reply #47 on: 01 Dec 11 / 05:09 PM »
Thanks for these tips! Trying to get my 'plum' colour to look less black and more purple for the weekend :/
I don't want to shift the colour from my hair TOO much just a bit, so do you think an oil treatment such as v05 would help? As well as washing my hair everyday til then..
 

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Re: How To Fade Hair Colour
« Reply #48 on: 02 Dec 11 / 05:43 AM »
It's very hard to remove hair dye from your hair completely, especially if it's permanent. Better to let it grow out and not bleach it. Bleaching with chemicals damages the hair it may make it so stretchy and thin that it comes out in your comb.
However, here are some suggestions:

Loreal Color Zap gently washes away all permanent haircolor.

Hot Oil treatments, hairspray, shampooing and exposure to water will gradually fade hair dye.

To remove the last bit of residue or stain on the hair (or to get color out immediately) make up a small batch of bleach mixture and add it to 2 tablespoons or so of shampoo in a cup and stir it up.

Wash it with Prell shampoo.

Wash it with a dandruff shampoo that has tar in it.

Wash it with shampoo mixed with baking soda.

Wash it with Dawn dish detergent.
 

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Re: How To Fade Hair Colour
« Reply #49 on: 20 Dec 11 / 04:26 PM »
I've heard of most of these suggestions, and I've been fairly well assured that they work very well on semi-permanent hair color, but mine is permanent. I use L'oreal Hi Color Highlights for Dark Hair in Magenta and would really love to maybe go teal or the like in the future.

What works best on permanent hair color? Preferably very quickly (I hate walking around with faded hair) and with minimal or quickly repairable damage.
There's no way I'm bleaching again, did that once and had to cut nine or ten inches off.
 

 

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