Brown Dye Leaves Red Tint?

When I color my hair I end up with a red tint to it, why? I use only browns.

By Terry

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March 18, 20180 found this helpful

due to the specific hue of your natural hair, the way to counteract the reddening tendency in hair would be to look for a dye with an ash base as opposed to an auburn/red base.

browns can come in ash base or reddish. If your natural tone tended towards ash/gray/cool, the colour you chose would have worked out well. As it is, you are someone who needs to get the ash based colours such as www.sallybeauty.com/.../SBS-305425,default,pd.html

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March 18, 20180 found this helpful

Red is the color that stays in your hair. You can counteract this with an ash color.

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