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thundermental13

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Dark blonde -Colour b4
« on: 10 Mar 11 / 09:09 AM »
Hi guys,

I used Colour b4 extra last night to remove colour build up of dark red hair. It worked wonders! I have a lovely dark strawberry blonde colour now. The only problem is my hair is much lighter at the roots. I had highlights before I went red and they look awesome.

I want to go lighter and a little less ginger but I don't want to just chuck a load of bleach on. What do you think i should do? Would a light ash blonde lighten my hair?

or should I do a bleach bath then put a light ashy colour on top?

Thanks

 

Mathurine

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Re: Dark blonde -Colour b4
« Reply #1 on: 10 Mar 11 / 02:46 PM »
You could safely do either one of those. Some box dyes contain a little peroxide when the colour is a shade of blonde so it may lighten your hair while it colours (check the box for details and ingredients for this) or it may just colour your hair a slightly darker shade than the box colour if it doesn't have any peroxide.

As you used Colour B4 and not a bleach it won't harm your hair if you do decide to use a bleach bath first. As you only want to go slightly lighter it's a good way to lighten up just a couple of shades.

You obviously don't need a straight up bleach if you're planning on just lightening your hair a little bit, so either way you'll be just fine.
 

thundermental13

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Re: Dark blonde -Colour b4
« Reply #2 on: 10 Mar 11 / 05:37 PM »
Thanks, i did a bleach bath and then used a light ash blonde. Its lighter but more gingery, i don't fancy bleaching it again so think i'll use a medium ash blonde and toner to get the ginge out :)
 

Mathurine

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Re: Dark blonde -Colour b4
« Reply #3 on: 11 Mar 11 / 11:38 AM »
Sounds like a plan to me! Good luck.
 

Gothicle

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Re: Dark blonde -Colour b4
« Reply #4 on: 17 Mar 11 / 08:42 PM »
when u bleach, start with the midlengths and ends, leave them to bleach as light as u want them, then put your bleach on the roots for the last 5-10 mins =]
 

 

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