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B4 colour, now what?!
« on: 28 Sep 18 / 07:40 PM »
Iíve had an absolute mare.....

I have ginger hair, it went strawberry blonde from the sun. I used a natural Holland and Barrett dye to make it more ginger. It went black!

Dyed it red, didnít take.

Used b4 colour to strip it. Went blonde/orange.

Put a ginger semi perm on, it went black again! (I was advised to go for semi as it doesnít contain peroxide or amoniA) but I couldnít find one, so I went for peroxide but no ammonia)

Stripped it again. Itís now ginger brown.

Itís been a week, can I dye it?  Please help!
 

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Re: B4 colour, now what?!
« Reply #1 on: 29 Sep 18 / 07:39 PM »
Have you looked at the Adore dyes on Beeunique.co.uk They have some ginger shades that might work for you. Yo7 can slo mix them and dilute them with conditioner so theyíre much better and not damaging at all.

You really do need to stay away from peroxide now. Each time you use it youíre not only damaging your hair, even without ammonia, but youíre also lightening your natural colour. Peroxide in dyes has the side affect of taking out some of the natural pigment.
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