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Black box dye to natural hair
« on: 09 May 19 / 07:42 PM »
Hello everyone!  *boo*

A few months ago I decided to do something crazy ( *ott*) and dye my hair black brown. It turned out darker than I expected, but I turned out liking it. (I've been using Syoss Oleo 2-10.) I've dyed it about 2-3 times myself (mainly roots) and it has been dyed at the hair dressers once.

Everytime my hair has been dyed, the hair dye started fading fairly quickly and after a month, I was fully back to my natural color. This is why I thought doing something like this wasn't a stupid idea. "It would probably fade in a month". (Spoiler alert: NO IT DOESN'T!)
I think it still fades fairly quickly. I have this spray for my roots so I don't have to dye it that often, and after 1-2 months, my hair is already a very dark warm brown in most spots.

I want to go back to my natural hair color (very hard to describe the color, but it's blonde-brown-gingerish). My hair dresser has always told me that bleach is a no-go for my hair because it's already very dry.
Before this, the hair dresser had dyed my hair ash brown with highlights once, but that's probably a year before I dyed it black.

Is there any way to get to my natural color without having to bleach it? I don't mind it taking a lot of time. I'm really desperate, because I don't want to have the struggle of having to touch up my roots this often for the rest of my life...
 

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Re: Black box dye to natural hair
« Reply #1 on: 10 May 19 / 01:40 AM »
You need to start with a colour remover. Depending on the country you're in will guide a recommendation on brand. If you can let us know then we can help further :)
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Re: Black box dye to natural hair
« Reply #2 on: 10 May 19 / 07:33 AM »
Iím from Belgium! Is a colour remover very damaging for my hair?
 

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Re: Black box dye to natural hair
« Reply #3 on: 11 May 19 / 01:57 AM »
Ok, I don't know the brands available in Belgium unfortunately. From the UK you can get ColourB4, Decolour Remover and a few others. Those two I know for sure are not damaging. You need ones that don't contain peroxide. Those are the damaging ones. With the brands I mentioned, they're a bit drying but just use a good conditioner after and you'll be fine.
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Re: Black box dye to natural hair
« Reply #4 on: 12 Sep 19 / 05:46 AM »
Sometime self treatment can be dangerous so prefer expert to get color.  ;D
 

 

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