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Dyeing Hair After Bleaching

I dyed my hair last night and it's come out far too blonde. It is much higher than I thought it would be. I really hate it! What can I do? I was told to wait to go to the salon.


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March 2, 20160 found this helpful
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Yes. The corrective work should be done by a professional. If you should decide to recolor your hair, yourself, you should choose a color several (at least 2) shades lighter than you want the end result to be. Bleached and toned (not 'dyed') hair will 'grab' dark colors and end up much darker than the color shown on the bottle.

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March 2, 20160 found this helpful

By all means go ahead and re-dye your hair! Ignore all the good advice and common sense. When your hair starts breaking and huge chunks show up in your hairbrush, you might want to remember to i) do a little research before taking such measures, ii) actions have consquences we can't always foresee and iii) you looked pretty good before you did anything to change your appearnce.

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