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Question about hair dye
« on: 18 Oct 17 / 04:01 PM »
If I was to dye my hair pink, what brand would be the best one? I've heard bad reviews about manic panic and many people told me that it faded over time. This would be my first time dying my hair pink and I'm looking for a brand that will last and won't fade out quick.

You're recommendations would be helpful. Thank you!  :D
 

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Re: Question about hair dye
« Reply #1 on: 18 Oct 17 / 04:11 PM »
Well, all pink dyes will fade, that's how they're designed.

However, there are some that end up next to permanent even if they do fade a bit.

We'd need to know what kind of pink you want though as there's a LOT of pinks out there :)
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Re: Question about hair dye
« Reply #2 on: 18 Oct 17 / 04:17 PM »
I'd like a bright pink, a pink that will stand out. To be honest I'm all new to this.

There's many brands out there and I have trouble deciding on which one to get.
 

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Re: Question about hair dye
« Reply #3 on: 18 Oct 17 / 05:00 PM »
So you can see just how many pinks there are, here's the ones that Beeunique sells... Pink Hair Dyes


I suggest going for a Special Effects, Adore or Directions pink. Some of them will rub off and stain very badly though, so need diluting with a bit of conditioner.
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