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Author Topic: How to get even results when dyeing hair that didn't fade evenly.  (Read 795 times)  Share 

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I have naturally curly light brown hair. A few months ago I lightened my hair with bleach then dyed it a vibrant shade of purple using a mixture of 2 Artic Fox colors, Purple Rain and Poseidon. The color has faded and it's time to dye it again, but the color didn't fade evenly. The front has faded to a pinkish purple color and the back faded to a light purple color. My question is if I dye it again using the same color formula as I did the first time will the color turn out even all over.

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Without seeing how dark the colour was originally and how dark the colours are now, it's hard to say. It should turn out fine though. If you can provide photos it would be easier to say :)
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