Dyed Hair Too Bright?

I have been experimenting with the DIY boxed hair colors. I did the 5.29 red Schwarzkopf color and loved it! But I wanted a little more red to show so I went big and got the Splat raspberry red, which I should've known was going to come out crazy red. But I did it, it required me to bleach before coloring. Now my hair is like super bright, almost hot pink red! How do I tone it like way down to a nice dark red, without having to go to a salon? Please help!
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January 13, 20170 found this helpful

Call the phone number on the box. They have trained people to help you.

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November 27, 20170 found this helpful

vampire red by manic panic. $8 no damage. it will be a beautiful deep red. xoxo

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January 13, 20170 found this helpful

Try washing it several times to see if that helps fade it. Also, remember to keep your hair well conditioned. The coloring and such drys it out. When it is dry, it becomes more porous, which means it takes color differently.

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January 14, 20170 found this helpful

I suggest that you contact a beauty school that teaches cosmetology. Make sure that they teach color, and the combination of chemicals on the hair.

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The students could learn from your situation and they may not charge you a fee for repairing your hair

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January 14, 20170 found this helpful

Just go to Sally's and get a deposit only, no ammonia Demi permanent hair color and apply for 10-20 minutes. It will cover and there will be no damage . It is deposit only. I like the Ion brand or Clairol. Mix with 10 volume developer.

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January 14, 20170 found this helpful

Buy deposit only color from Sally's beauty supply. It will cover without damage . Takes about 20 minutes. I just went through this with my daughter . One good Demi color brand is Ion.

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January 15, 20170 found this helpful

I have never used dye on my hair but I have used different services at a local vocational beauty college and had very good results.

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Check to see if there is one in your area and if so, call and ask if they might be able to help you. Yours seems to be a fairly common problem so I hope they would help you. (I have never consulted a private beauty college.)

Here is some information that might help:

If utilizing a professional color correction expert is not an option, then it may be time to turn to the hair color maker for assistance. Most of the major manufacturers have a toll free consumer help line printed on the box or on the brochure inside.

Most consumer help lines are usually only available during daytime business hours. Be sure to have the box available to answer any questions they may have.

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January 18, 20170 found this helpful

Beauty supplies also sell toner. You can put that on and see if it helps

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