Getting Hair Back to Natural Color?

I heard there is some solution for getting your hair back to the natural color you were born with. My hair is dyed black. My roots are white. I do not want white hair.


By Linda

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March 2, 20142 found this helpful
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There is no way you can get your hair back to it's natural color. As we age the hair looses it pigment. I don't like my grey hair either so I color it.

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September 29, 20170 found this helpful

I agree completely. No product can make your hair its natural color again.

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January 22, 20180 found this helpful

I love my grey hair

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July 8, 20180 found this helpful

You can buy the color out it will pull all the coloring you have in your hair thts artificial out. If you want it a different color since your hair is red get something lighter than what you want it because with it being so light it will absorb it quicker and she it faster or dont leave it in the amount of time it tells you to.

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October 10, 20180 found this helpful

It charged me 30 for the stuff and 12 shipping

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March 2, 20140 found this helpful
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Sorry to tell you, but there's no such solution. The best you can do is go to a salon and have them use color remover on your black ends, then have them color all your hair to a slightly lighter version of the color it was before it turned white.


The reason I say get a lighter version is that black haircolor and very dark haircolor has a tendency to highlight shadows and wrinkles. This was something I learned in cosmetology school, but didn't believe until I saw a few photos of the teachers: One of them used to color her hair very dark, then the next year she had changed over to a blonde or pale brown color, and looked about 15 years younger.

On the other hand, if you are speaking of those liquids you use frequently on your hair that are supposed to gradually change your haircolor back, that's not exactly what they do-they deposit a coating of metal salts on your hair shaft, which oxidize and turn dark; over time it builds up and makes the hair appear darker.

The problem with that is, if you decide to go back to actual haircolor, the metal salts will react with the haircolor, and you could end up with very strange hair color-green, or purple, or an unnatural reddish color. That's the reason you aren't supposed to use anything metal when you mix haircolor, because of that reaction. Good luck with whatever you decide!

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April 26, 20200 found this helpful

There is a solution its called hair color remover. Theres semi permanent and permanent hair color remover, depending on what all has been done on youre hair.


Just watch out for remover that contains bleach cuz that isnt taking the color out it is just frying it out. Color Opps is a good product!

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March 3, 20140 found this helpful

I agree with Kat. Have the black removed at a salon, and have your hair dyed a lighter shade than what it was when you were young. A lighter shade is more flattering as your skin tone changes as well, when you get older.

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