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Help feel I need a change
« on: 01 Mar 14 / 10:12 AM »
I think for now I am going to give up the bright colours, I hate how dry my hair feels now so I am considering putting a semi black on to give my hair a break for a while firstly I was looking at adores blue black these definitely have no ppd's do they? Don't fancy an allergic reaction! Secondly I have a few grey hairs that I am really self conscious about would it cover my grey?
I am also thinking about going for a restyle I want something quite edgy and different my hair is a shoulder length bob my undercut is about chin length and I have a cow flick thing are these easy enough to style out? And which of these styles do you prefer? If you have any please share!


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Re: Help feel I need a change
« Reply #1 on: 01 Mar 14 / 06:29 PM »
I'm 99% sure they're PPD free, as they're usually just in perm dyes.

You'll have to presoften or bleach bath your roots/greys otherwise the Adore won't last on virgin hair unfortunately.

I havn't got a cowlick, so can't help there I'm afraid, but I love the second and third ones though.

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Re: Help feel I need a change
« Reply #2 on: 01 Mar 14 / 07:38 PM »
I love the 2nd and 3rd photos! Such a cool style. I think that would look goergeous with a blue black!

It probably won't last on your grey. Like Pippa said, you can do a light bleach bath on them, or, you could try presoftening them first with just straight peroxide, then clarify with warm/hot water, dry, and put the dye on. Sometimes that helps a lot for people but on more resistant grey hair it still may not do much of anything, it just depends on the person.

Where is your cowlick at? Say it's on the right side, I part it on the left side and sweep the hair right over it. Sometimes it takes some training of the hair because the cowlick will still like to part, but if you keep a longer bang like in the photos and just keep styling it over that way, usually within a month it sorts itself out + the cowlick stays hidden. To help keep it from separating you can lightly backcomb it, underneath right at your hairline, right at the roots. The hair hanging over it will cover the backcombing
Always remember to consider what your hair is going to feel like after processing it BEFORE you do it! Test strands, treatments/oils are important when it comes to hair, but the most important thing is patience!


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Re: Help feel I need a change
« Reply #3 on: 01 Mar 14 / 08:15 PM »
Well I have booked in on Tuesday to get my hair restyled the 3rd picture is my favourite I love it loads, just need to hope I can pull it off! My husband prefers the first though.
Katiesiepierski my cow flick is right hand side at the front, I thought if I went for the first picture my cow flick might get in the way and need to much styling


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