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Hair Turned Orange After Dyeing

I have recently dyed my hair blonde from light brown. I've noticed that the day after dyeing it the more it looked orange. What should I do to get the orange tone out of my hair?

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April 28, 20170 found this helpful
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Put a semi permanent color on. To make your hair several shades lighter the darker color must be stripped and the new color deposited. This is a professional job.

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April 28, 20170 found this helpful
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Use a lighter ash blonde dye, trim, and deep condition.

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April 29, 20170 found this helpful

Try toning it with a purple shampoo and conditioner. Leave the conditioner in for at least an hour. If this doesn't help you need to redye. If you are using store bought products you may want to go with a highlighter or tipping kit as these use actual bleach where as must box colors will not give you the lift your looking for.

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May 21, 20170 found this helpful

Have you ever heard of 'optical brighteners'? They are in some laundry detergents. While they don't make your whites whiter or your colors brighter, they do give that illusion. Your whites seem to be whiter and your colors seem to be brighter even though they're not.

Conditioners have no place in color correction. In no way will they help you get the color you desire, whether applied before, during or after the corrective work.

Upon the completion of the color correction, a conditioner may be applied to the hair for its cosmetic effect. Conditioners cannot feed or repair the hair. The hair is dead. Conditioners can make the hair more manageable and give the appearance of being healthier. However, this effect is like that of optical brighteners. While the hair may look healthier, it actually is not.

Money spent on conditioners is not wasted. They do have a purpose. Just be informed as to what they actually do or don't do.

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April 29, 20170 found this helpful

Oh no, no worries! Just go and get it professionally done, as it would probably be pretty tricky to do at home. A salon would easily be able to fix it. : )

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