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Re: The colours that hair dyes fade to...
« Reply #75 on: 10 May 12 / 07:02 PM »
What does Directions rubine fade too?
 

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Re: The colours that hair dyes fade to...
« Reply #76 on: 10 Jul 12 / 09:32 PM »
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Ebony - green/blue
Carnation pink - pale baby pink/peach
Cerise - Stayed for months, faded to lighter pink on my ends but I had to bleach it out of my mid-lengths.
Turquoise - sky blue -baby blue
Daffodil - white
Poppy red -dull red - pretty pink
Flamingo pink - faded to look like carnation pink - baby pink.
Apple - mint green
Alpine - brighter green - teal
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Fire - orange
Mandarin - pale orange
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Re: The colours that hair dyes fade to...
« Reply #77 on: 18 Jul 12 / 11:18 AM »
Sfx electric blue fades to a yummy purple!x
 

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Re: The colours that hair dyes fade to...
« Reply #78 on: 01 Sep 12 / 08:42 PM »
could someone tell me what Crazy Color Pinkissimo fades to please? thanks in advance x
 

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Re: The colours that hair dyes fade to...
« Reply #79 on: 26 Sep 12 / 01:33 AM »
Crazy Color Pinkissimo faded a pale peachy pink on me and cooler baby pinks on the parts of my hair that were white before hand (I put Pinkissimo over very faded cherry red), then over the next 2 weeks faded out completely back to my blonde base.
 I would guess if it was put over an all white base it would fade a cooler pink. :)
 

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Re: The colours that hair dyes fade to...
« Reply #80 on: 17 Nov 12 / 11:33 PM »
What does Directions rubine fade too?

It gets gradually pinker.
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Re: The colours that hair dyes fade to...
« Reply #81 on: 20 Nov 12 / 09:16 AM »
Can anybody tell me what stragazer shocking pink fades to??
I have it on my hair, I know, and I will find out eventually, but I just want to be prepared!! :D

Thank you in advance!! :D
 

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Re: The colours that hair dyes fade to...
« Reply #82 on: 20 Nov 12 / 12:45 PM »
Most pinks will fade through paler and paler shades of pink, so your base colour will end up showing through--if it had any yellow in it, you will go coral/peachy, but if you want to avoid that you can always use a toning shampoo as it goes lighter.
 

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Re: The colours that hair dyes fade to...
« Reply #83 on: 20 Nov 12 / 06:58 PM »
Thank you! I m going to have peachy hair then... :D
 

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Re: The colours that hair dyes fade to...
« Reply #84 on: 13 Jan 13 / 04:51 PM »
Adore red bases:

Crimson-pink
Raspberry Twist-hot pink

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Re: The colours that hair dyes fade to...
« Reply #85 on: 28 Feb 13 / 07:46 PM »
I'm new to this, but wanted to add that my MP Shocking Blue faded into purple within 2-3 weeks. It was right beside a section of MP Ultra Violet, so now I have a HUGE purple section and no blue left :( I also found both colors to be very dark. I'm looking for lighter colors to replace them.
 

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Re: The colours that hair dyes fade to...
« Reply #86 on: 16 May 13 / 08:03 AM »
Most pinks will fade through paler and paler shades of pink, so your base colour will end up showing through--if it had any yellow in it, you will go coral/peachy, but if you want to avoid that you can always use a toning shampoo as it goes lighter.

So if my hair is blonde then pastel pinks will eventually fade back to normal blonde ?
 

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Re: The colours that hair dyes fade to...
« Reply #87 on: 16 May 13 / 08:30 AM »
Most pinks will fade through paler and paler shades of pink, so your base colour will end up showing through--if it had any yellow in it, you will go coral/peachy, but if you want to avoid that you can always use a toning shampoo as it goes lighter.

So if my hair is blonde then pastel pinks will eventually fade back to normal blonde ?

I might, but might not. Pinks tend to stain quite heavily and some never fully disappear. But, if you're using a diluted to pastel pink rather than straight pink on your hair then its a lot more likely to totally fade out :)
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Re: The colours that hair dyes fade to...
« Reply #88 on: 16 May 13 / 12:44 PM »
Most pinks will fade through paler and paler shades of pink, so your base colour will end up showing through--if it had any yellow in it, you will go coral/peachy, but if you want to avoid that you can always use a toning shampoo as it goes lighter.

So if my hair is blonde then pastel pinks will eventually fade back to normal blonde ?

I might, but might not. Pinks tend to stain quite heavily and some never fully disappear. But, if you're using a diluted to pastel pink rather than straight pink on your hair then its a lot more likely to totally fade out :)

Yes.  I didn't mean that it would go back to your base colour, but rather that your base colour will mix with the shade of pink (so gingery bases end up salmony, yellowy bases end up like a pale peach).  Some people can have pastel pinks fade all the way back to the base colour, but like Janine said a lot of pinks tend to stain quite a bit, so you might never end up all the way back to blonde.
 

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Re: The colours that hair dyes fade to...
« Reply #89 on: 21 Jun 13 / 06:58 PM »
Rusk Scream Magenta: hot pink - pale pink- candyfloss pink
Rusk Scream Purple Burst: bright purple - pinky purple - lilac
Directions Plum - deep dark purple - bright purple with pinkish roots
 

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Re: The colours that hair dyes fade to...
« Reply #90 on: 17 Jul 13 / 11:50 PM »
I've read through this entire thread... and if it was mentioned, I didn't see it.  Can anyone tell me what the base is on SFX Devilish and SFX Blood Red?  I'm going to wager that one is pink and one is orange, but I'm having trouble telling which from the gallery photos.  Thanks!
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Re: The colours that hair dyes fade to...
« Reply #91 on: 18 Jul 13 / 01:17 AM »
Hmm... Someone said... SFX Blood Red. Be aware, it fades to a lovely pink shade,

Blood red--Pink.  Darker end of the spectrum
Candy Apple Red--Pink.  Middle of spectrum.
Cherry Bomb--Pink.  Neon end of the spectrum.
Devilish--Pink.  Darker end of the spectrum.
Hot Lava--Orange.  Darker end of the spectrum.
Nuclear Red--Orange.  Neon end of the spectrum.


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Re: The colours that hair dyes fade to...
« Reply #92 on: 18 Jul 13 / 01:25 AM »
Ahh, thank you!  I must have missed that.  :)  I appreciate your notes!
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Re: The colours that hair dyes fade to...
« Reply #93 on: 30 Jul 13 / 10:42 AM »
Directions flampingo pink - peachy pink
directions apple green- mint green colour
directions lagoon blue - light blue/green
directions adlanti blue - paler blue
crazy colour pinkissimo- baby pink/slightly peach
crazy colour capri blue- that didn't actually come out of my hair for 4 months so i couldn't tell you
crazy colour hot purple- blue/minty
directions apline green- mucky green colour

 

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Re: The colours that hair dyes fade to...
« Reply #94 on: 06 Aug 13 / 12:49 PM »
Scoured this thread from top to bottom and I'm seeing differing opinions on what the Directions brands of blue fade to. Now that I'm overseas and can no longer get Special Effects- Blue haired freak, I've been trying to find a suitable replacement. Can anyone tell me which brand of Directions blue would best emulate SFX? I'm trying to find a blue that fades more purple/pink than green.
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Re: The colours that hair dyes fade to...
« Reply #95 on: 06 Aug 13 / 10:37 PM »
lagoon,  neon & midnight are all purple based.
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Re: The colours that hair dyes fade to...
« Reply #96 on: 03 Oct 13 / 06:47 AM »
MP Electric Lava fades to a pretty orange/peach colour and doesn't. Go. Away. I've bleached it within an inch of its life and it just stayed the same so in the end i put the Lava back over top and got on with it.

MP wildfire has a more yellow base on my hair though (i was a touch yellow underneath the dye) and it faded to a strange ginger/yellow that i loathed - within a week. Just one. For that reason I won't use that dye again. I have an almost full pot under my sink that wont be used.
 

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Re: The colours that hair dyes fade to...
« Reply #97 on: 28 Mar 14 / 08:17 AM »
Manic Panic purple haze faded so fast on my hair, I felt like it faded without me even washing it. It did look nice though, from light purple to pink/peach, I got more compliments when my hair was fading than when I first she's it!
 

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Re: The colours that hair dyes fade to...
« Reply #98 on: 02 Jun 14 / 08:29 AM »
Stargazer Plume- fades to electric blue first, then gradually lightens to become turquoise/teal ish. This was a bit of a surprise for me!
 

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Re: The colours that hair dyes fade to...
« Reply #99 on: 01 Jul 14 / 12:25 PM »
Crazy Colour
Fire - fades to pink/peach
Capri Blue - fades to light Capri blue!! No really it's a deep mint green/turquoise gonna have to bleach bath to shift it.
Violetta - lilac/silver

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Silver - washes out completely
Neon Blue - blue rinse, actually very lush
Lilac - silver
White Toner - did nothing

Manic Panic
Virgin Snow - washes out completely

Please note tho, my hair is very thick, shoulder length and very platinum

 
                     
 

 

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