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Re-dying Hair After Using a Colour Remover?

What happens if you re-dye your hair (with permanent colour) the day after using a colour remover?

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September 28, 20160 found this helpful
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You pretty much deplete all the nutrients from your hair. Depending on our natural colour (red and white blonde being the most fragile, brunette being the strongest), your hair may become very fragile and break easily. Consider doing a test with a small portion before you do your entire head?

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Two or three things could happen. Rather than go into detail about each one, it would be best if you found out for yourself.

If you haven't done this procedure yet but plan to, after the color remover treatment, do a strand test of the color. If you like what you see, you can proceed with the entire head.

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If you don't like the results of the strand test, you will then know not to proceed with a full head treatment.

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