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Going back to pink!
« on: 04 Nov 18 / 07:41 PM »
So I posted a couple of days ago about not knowing where to go next with my hair, I've decided to just go back to pink the colour I should have been born with!

I miss it a lot and I feel like it's truly what my hair should be  honestly so why the hell not?

So how can i go from what I currently have to pink again without too much bleach etc?
I'll add my current hair colour plus what I want to achieve, I'll need to bleach my roots also 🙂
 

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Re: Going back to pink!
« Reply #1 on: 05 Nov 18 / 05:55 AM »
It does suit you a lot! :)

You'd be best going a deep pink and fading it out. You might need to bleach bath it at some point to get that shade as it'll go very coral if you use that shade of pink over what you have. I think that would look good too though!
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Re: Going back to pink!
« Reply #2 on: 05 Nov 18 / 08:38 AM »
I was thinking I might need to bleach bath tbh, I hate bleaching as I make such a mess! It's going to be a struggle to do my roots 😂 I mean I make a mess with the semi dyes too but extra colourful splodges aren't so bad 😁 Thanks
 

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Re: Going back to pink!
« Reply #3 on: 17 Jan 19 / 10:02 PM »
I think you can to the best salon and ask them to guide you, I'm sure they will give you best solutions for your problem.
 

 

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