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tanpopokitty

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Re: How To Fade Hair Colour
« Reply #100 on: 10 Nov 12 / 04:22 AM »
Hey guys, sorry if I'm not supposed to post in here, but..

I'm kind of confused. I thought a vinegar rinse was supposed to seal in color? So.. why is it under fading methods?
 

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Re: How To Fade Hair Colour
« Reply #101 on: 10 Nov 12 / 08:51 AM »
I cant remember who posted about the vinegar before i added it to the first post but i think it may be different types of vinegar do different things?
 

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Re: How To Fade Hair Colour
« Reply #102 on: 10 Nov 12 / 05:01 PM »
I cant remember who posted about the vinegar before i added it to the first post but i think it may be different types of vinegar do different things?

Hm, really? When I used to be at the Long Hair Community, they always raved about ACV closing your cuticles and making your hair shine. Now i'm a bit wary of using a vinegar rinse. I hope its not fading me!
 

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Re: How To Fade Hair Colour
« Reply #103 on: 10 Nov 12 / 07:01 PM »
i used vinegar rinses to stop the rub off with various red semis.
 

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Re: How To Fade Hair Colour
« Reply #104 on: 10 Nov 12 / 10:02 PM »
I cant remember who posted about the vinegar before i added it to the first post but i think it may be different types of vinegar do different things?

Hm, really? When I used to be at the Long Hair Community, they always raved about ACV closing your cuticles and making your hair shine. Now i'm a bit wary of using a vinegar rinse. I hope its not fading me!

As I said, I'm not sure. I added it to the main post upon recommendation from another member who I can't recall said it. I'll remove it as wrong advice.
 

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Re: How To Fade Hair Colour
« Reply #105 on: 18 Nov 12 / 05:20 PM »
I'm not sure I have to post this here, but my boyfriend just buy some Alep soap for his dandruff and psoriaris, and as he have green hair, he found that his hair has fading with using Alep soap just one time.

I was surprised because his green stick so well to his hair, and it was about 1 month the color don't move a tint. *puzz*

So, girls, if ou want to fade your hair quite quick and well, use Alep soap  !  :D
Sorry for any mistakes and incomprehension, english isn't my mothertongue :3 !

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Re: How To Fade Hair Colour
« Reply #106 on: 18 Nov 12 / 06:55 PM »
i know it's probably bad to wash your hair with soap buttttt...
if you get a bar of soap, in my experience imperial later works the best and simple does not work,
and rub it down the lengths of your hair then use the suds like a normal shampoo working it in with your hands you can fade colour nicely.

this worked for me on a semi orange, red, perm brown & 'perm' blue.
 

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Re: How To Fade Hair Colour
« Reply #107 on: 18 Nov 12 / 08:34 PM »
it depends of the soap, the Alep soap is the better soap for all your body, specially if you have eczema or psoriaris.
But I remember I had wash my red hair with a simple bar of soap I found in my bathroom, and it works too. But it leave my hair like straw.
My boyfriend's hair are fine now, I think we never use normal shampoo again. I just find there was silicone in one of my prefered shampoo :(
Sorry for any mistakes and incomprehension, english isn't my mothertongue :3 !

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Re: How To Fade Hair Colour
« Reply #108 on: 25 Nov 12 / 12:54 PM »
i tried coconut oil to fade my red hair (and to feed them if i can say) and it works, slowly but surely! :)
 

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Re: How To Fade Hair Colour
« Reply #109 on: 25 Nov 12 / 02:55 PM »
I have I Love Juicy and vitamin C on my hair now to shift this Directions Flamingo Pink and Violet. I hope it does the job, otherwise green it out of the question for Xmas :(
 

neva

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« Reply #110 on: 25 Nov 12 / 02:56 PM »
it's seems like it's fading time xD

i have Color Off (color remover) on my head right now^^
 

HananaTheBanana

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Re: How To Fade Hair Colour
« Reply #111 on: 25 Nov 12 / 05:34 PM »
Gaaaah! This hair dye must be more stubborn than the whole of my family put together!! So much pink and purple water came from my head when I rinsed it but I still have so much pink in my hair!! SO annoying! Bleach bathing it is then...
 

neva

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Re: How To Fade Hair Colour
« Reply #112 on: 25 Nov 12 / 06:28 PM »
Pink and Red are so hard to fade!

i did my "color off" twice, (i made a topic with pictures of the fading process),
it work a little but not enough!
i'll bleach bath it in a week...
 

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Re: How To Fade Hair Colour
« Reply #113 on: 25 Nov 12 / 07:30 PM »
Gaaaah! This hair dye must be more stubborn than the whole of my family put together!! So much pink and purple water came from my head when I rinsed it but I still have so much pink in my hair!! SO annoying! Bleach bathing it is then...

Is it worth trying decolour remover or is that a no go?
 

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Re: How To Fade Hair Colour
« Reply #114 on: 26 Nov 12 / 01:09 PM »
I've had success with Decolour Remover on all the Directions colours I've used it on (Midnight Blue, Plum, Dark Tulip and errr something else - oh SFX Blue Velvet) but it takes two or three goes. And Plum goes blue on the first go!
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Re: How To Fade Hair Colour
« Reply #115 on: 27 Nov 12 / 12:54 AM »
I've been using a mixture of lemon juice, coconut oil, fairy liquid and head & shoulders on my hair once a week and leaving it on for about 2/3 hours but there's still one piece of baby pink that won't budge :( and don't seem to be fading at all.. Am I doing something wrong? What would u guys say is the most effective fading technique?x
 

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Re: How To Fade Hair Colour
« Reply #116 on: 27 Nov 12 / 10:21 PM »
with baby pink I bbath when fading wont work anymore. low vol + coconut oil and you'll be fine.
 

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« Reply #117 on: 27 Nov 12 / 10:49 PM »
Ahhh alright, thanks love :) x
 

hanloveshair

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Re: How To Fade Hair Colour
« Reply #118 on: 27 Nov 12 / 10:54 PM »
np :) i found 1 or 2 bbaths was less damaging than endless vit c/ fairy liquid. just my opinion tho :)
 

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Re: How To Fade Hair Colour
« Reply #119 on: 10 Dec 12 / 08:06 PM »
Just a note on the Vitamin C method. It's says "strong" tablets but without a specific strength not everyone's going to know what that is. I work in a pharmacy/chemist and some vitamins we sell actually say "strong" on the bottle (Vitamin B compound for example) however Vit C does not. I looked into it and it can come in strengths varying from 250-1500mg but not all shops will stock all strengths so if a place only has 250mg for example someone who didn't know better might think that's a strong dosage.
Perhaps a note can be put on the first post suggesting people try and find between 1000-1500mg to give them a better idea of what they are looking for. I know I found it confusing before my current job!

I'm personally trying this method tonight and I bought these ones today from Holland and Barrett (my chemist was out of stock of this strength, doh). They are effervescent too which should make mixing it with shampoo easier.
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Re: How To Fade Hair Colour
« Reply #120 on: 10 Jan 13 / 04:30 PM »
Will these work for just applyying shampoo to the tips of my hair? Or do I need to start from my scalp?
 

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Re: How To Fade Hair Colour
« Reply #121 on: 10 Jan 13 / 05:04 PM »
Yes, it will work. There's no reason for it to be on your scalp if the colour isn't there.
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« Reply #122 on: 22 Jan 13 / 09:59 PM »
I'm sorry if this is a stupid question, but...if the shampoo suds are tinged with the colour of your dye, does that mean the colour is actually coming out of the hair? Every time I wash my hair the suds turn a faint baby pink, but the red in my hair doesn't look any more faded than before washing...
 

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Re: How To Fade Hair Colour
« Reply #123 on: 22 Jan 13 / 10:32 PM »
Yeah, it means it's coming out. But some colours either have a really strong pigment and/or have stained the hair. But if it's turning the suds a colour then it's likely it will fade eventually.
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Re: How To Fade Hair Colour
« Reply #124 on: 22 Jan 13 / 11:31 PM »
I used a squirt of BFs shaving foam mixed with head and shoulders and deep cleansing shampoo,have used shaving foam on its own too really stripped the colour but very very drying  ;)
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